Frieze Los Angeles

February 2021

Los Angeles

Showcasing today's most significant contemporary galleries and artists

Explore the world’s leading galleries alongside special projects from ground-breaking artists.

28 Feb 2020

Curator Pilar Tompkins Rivas talks about Sanchez's special commission for Frieze Projects

François Ghebaly, Focus LA, Frieze Los Angeles 2020. Photo by Casey Kelbaugh. Courtesy of Casey Kelbaugh/Frieze

Images from the curated section dedicated to LA-based emerging galleries at Frieze Los Angeles 2020

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The artist talks about the his creative process at a special screening of his newest film Redoubt, at Frieze Los Angeles 2020

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A snapshot of Frieze Music in Los Angeles, realised in partnership with BMW in association with NeueHouse

A Q&A with Maya Emsden about Metro Art's public program and Barbara Kruger's installation at Union Station in LA 

Frieze Fairs - 24 Feb 2020

The artist and founder of Black Lives Matter talks about her collective performance for Frieze Projects Los Angeles

Sponsored Content - 24 Feb 2020

Figures from art and film came together for the first Deutsche Bank Frieze Los Angeles Film Award

Erin Christovale talks to Troy Carter about the new generation of black collectors

By Erin Christovale

Ahead of a major Frieze Week exhibition of work from Eileen Harris Norton's collection, we speak to the pionnering founder of Art + Practice

 ‘Aretha loved to record people. I can tell because I love to record people’

By Martine Syms

A visual memoir of LA, marking the photographer’s first retrospective at the Vincent Price Art Museum

Frieze Fairs - 17 Feb 2020

We talk to Maya Emsden about Barbara Kruger's public project at Union Station, co-presented by Frieze Los Angeles and Metro Art

Frieze Fairs - 16 Feb 2020

The artist talks about his installation for Frieze Projects Los Angeles, inspired by Star Trek, chance theory and rare native breed sheep