Frieze Los Angeles

February 14 – 16, 2020

Preview February 13

Roberta’s

8810 Washington Blvd
Culver City, CA 90232
United States

Veteran participants of Frieze New York, Roberta’s is thrilled to be a part of Frieze Los Angeles for a second year in a row.

Long known & loved for its wood-fired Neapolitan style pizzas, Roberta’s expanded their operations from Brooklyn to Los Angeles and opened a second location in Culver City over a year ago. Co-Owners Brandon Hoy and Chef Carlo Mirarchi will serve their signature wood-fired pizzas to order. Favorites including the Margherita, Bee Sting, and the Famous Original will be on the menu, as well as a seasonal special.

Roberta’s Wine Bar will feature an exclusive natural wine list. Also available; craft beers from local breweries and cocktails made with small batch spirits. Prices for the pies range from $17-$21

Latest Frieze Los Angeles

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

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

Tavares Strachen, Sometimes Lies Are Prettier, 2017/2020, Blue neon, transformers, 95 x 20 in. Courtesy of the artist.

16 artists including Tania Candiani, Barbara Kasten, Vincent Ramos, Gabriella Sanchez, and Gary Simmons present new commissions and landmark works in the iconic Paramount backlot

David Horvitz, December 2019

A New Art Commission at Frieze Los Angeles 2020

New curators will lead Frieze Projects, Film and Focus at the contemporary fair in February 2020

Curated by Rita Gonzalez, a new section at Frieze Los Angeles will showcase LA's emerging art scene

Read what the media, museum leaders, collectors and galleries had to say about the debut edition of Frieze Los Angeles