Frieze Week LA: New Exhibitions and Special Events Across the City
From February 10 to 16 featuring Barbara Kruger, Art for Justice, Shirin Neshat, Kayode Ojo and Betye Saar and many others
Frieze Week will officially begin on February 10, 2020 with a campaign and public art project featuring Barbara Kruger; a free guide to art in the city curated by ForYourArt and an evening hosted by the Getty featuring the Art For Justice Fund.
The Getty & Art for Justice
Kicking-off on February 10, 2020, a program hosted by The Getty featuring the Art for Justice Fund will mark the official start of Frieze Week Los Angeles. This event will extend the collaboration between Frieze, Endeavor and the Art for Justice Fund that arose from the sale of Mark Bradford’s limited-edition artwork Life Size in 2019. Alongside further initiatives, events, and awards, this collaboration represents Frieze Los Angeles' dedication to supporting social justice and civic engagement through art patronage.
Major Los Angeles museums and non-profit spaces will present anticipated exhibitions including 'Shirin Neshat: I Will Greet the Sun Again' at The Broad Museum; 'Paul McCarthy: Head Space, Drawings 1963-2019' at the Hammer Museum; Julie Mehretu and 'Betye Saar: Call and Response' at LACMA and 'Open House: Gala Porras-Kim' at The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles amongst many others.
In addition to their presentations at the fair, many of L.A.’s leading galleries will have special exhibitions on view during Frieze Week. Selected exhibitions include Huma Bhabha and Lauren Halsey at David Kordansky Gallery; Hank Willis Thomas at Kayne Griffin Corcoran; Edward & Nancy Kienholz and Alison Saar at L.A. Louver; Pat Phillips at M+B; Katharina Frisch at Matthew Marks Gallery; Kayode Ojo at Praz-Delavallade; Cyprien Gaillard at Sprüth Magers; Lisa Oppenheim at Tanya Bonakdar Gallery; and Calida Rawles at Various Small Fires (VSF).
Frieze Los Angeles returns to Paramount Pictures Studios, February 14-16, 2020. Tickets will be released soon.