Featuring inspiring pop-ups from Artists for Democracy, Ooga Booga, Acid Free, Re:La, Queen of Angels and many more
As part of the fair's curated program, the backlot at Paramount Pictures Studios will play host to local creative enterprises, offering a taste of artist initiatives across LA and accessible ways of supporting them.
Frieze Los Angeles has invited some of the city's most forward-thinking non-profit spaces and grassroot organizzations to participate in the fair, with pop-up stalls and stores along the streets of Paramount's New York filmset.
This artist-driven street fair takes place alongside Frieze Projects' installations, performances, Film & Talks throughout the backlot, offering fair visitors the opportunity to experience a city with art at its core. Access to the backlot is included with all Galleries + Program and Program-Only Tickets.
Discover poetry readings on the stoops of the buildings on the Paramount backlot by Poetic Research Bureau, drag shop and beauty services by Queen of Angels, plants and flowers at Pretend Plants & Flowers and Cactus Store, special editions of prints and objects, as well as a live-streaming series of interviews with local writer and artist Tierney Finster, hosted by ForYourArt, and much much more!
Participants include: GYOPO, Poetic Research Bureau, Ooga Booga, Women’s Center for Creative Work (WCCW), Artists for Democracy, Re:la, grantLOVE, Queen of Angels, Arts for LA, Acid-Free, Street and the Shop, Art Book, A-Z West, Pretend Plants & Flowers and Cactus Store, and ForYourArt.
Visit the Street Fair on Saturday, February 15 at 5pm –7pm to catch a special event: ‘Carla Zen Lounge and Issue 19 Magazine Launch Hosted by Acid-Free’
Frieze Los Angeles returns to Paramount Pictures Studios, February 14-16, 2020.