Frieze Los Angeles

February 14 – 16, 2020

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Tao Hui, The Dusk of Tehran (still) 2014. Courtesy of Edouard Malingue Gallery and Esther Schipper

Discover emerging talent and rising stars at the fair

Book your tickets for the leading contemporary art fair from February 14 to 16 at Paramount Pictures Studios

Bettina Korek. Photo by Johnny Le

The Executive Director of Frieze Los Angeles recommends breakfast at All-Time, dance at MoCA, dinner at Chateau Marmont - plus other unmissable LA establishments and Frieze Week events

Fuel your visit at pop-ups by LA's best restaurants, including Roberta's, Sqirl, Umi and many more

Featuring inspiring pop-ups from Artists for Democracy, Ooga Booga, Acid Free, Re:La, Queen of Angels and many more

James Turrell, Centaurus, Medium Elliptical Glass, 2019, L.E.D. light, etched glass and shallow space, 71" × 53" (180.3 cm × 134.6 cm). Runtime: 2 hours 30minutes. No. 71795. © James Turrell, courtesy Pace Gallery

Ambitious, new and major works by artists including Ugo Rondinone, Alison Saar and James Turrell among many others

Curated by Venus Lau, this year's program at Frieze Los Angeles features a series of films by Cao Fei, Wong Ping, Sophia Al-Maria and Victoria Sin and many more

A special screening on Saturday February 15, presented in collaboration with Regen Projects

ForYourArt presents a series of itineraries to explore Los Angeles during Frieze Week

See all the highlights of Frieze Los Angeles 2020 with the guidance of an expert

A world of artist projects, performance, talks, non-profits, film and food in the movie-set backlot of Paramount Pictures Studios

Untitled (Questions) is a public art commission by Barbara Kruger spearheading Frieze Week LA