Frieze Los Angeles 2024

For its fifth edition, Frieze Los Angeles fine-tunes its approach to a flourishing local art scene

The fair continues to foreground local artists and galleries while serving as a global entry point to the southern Californian city

How artist-run gallery The Pit is helping to form a new art district in Los Angeles

The founders are breaking the mould by moving into the Eastside neighbourhood Atwater Village—with others soon to follow

Meet the next generation of Los Angeles galleries

Even as out-of-town dealers open outposts in Hollywood and Melrose Hill, a fast-rising cohort of local artists, gallerists and curators is experimenting and thriving

Paul Pfeiffer: ‘I want to preserve the intensity of the image’

The multi-disciplinary artist reflects on 25 years of transforming mass media in a way that “makes you become aware of the act of looking”

‘The most unusual place I've installed a piece? Forty feet up in a tree’: John Quinn on his inside-out approach to art

The high-flying lawyer, who lists contemporary art as one of his passions, has opened a Los Angeles outpost of Croatia's Museum of Broken Relationships

Dozens of Los Angeles galleries will mount science-related shows for the Getty’s next PST Art programme

More than 40 galleries in the city will stage shows that resonate with PST Art’s focus on the intersections of art and science

Fowler Museum offers historic and contemporary expressions of Sikh experience

Exhibition brings together works representing the world’s fifth largest religious community

Blum Gallery looks back on three decades of bringing Japanese contemporary art to the US

The gallery’s 30th-anniversary show chronicles the Japanese art movements it has had a hand in popularising across the Pacific

13 shows to see in and around Los Angeles during Frieze

From important shows of Korean and Japanese contemporary art, to major surveys of Paul Pfeiffer and Joan Brown, and more

Albert Frey’s Aluminaire House finds a home 

The Swiss architect's building for the future has—at last—found a permanent location in Palm Springs

Documentary offers a close-up on the foul-mouthed Frida Kahlo

New film about the Mexican artist quotes extensively from her unguarded, strident diaries and notebooks

Ukrainian dealer gives the country’s emerging artists a foothold in Hollywood

Lia Snisarenko launched Art Axcess in her home last September to showcase contemporary art from Ukraine

Getty Center explores the bloodlines between old and new art

Show combines Medieval manuscripts with contemporary works that deploy blood as a symbol of the divine and the bodily

Michael Werner Gallery to open Los Angeles branch in May

The inaugural exhibition will feature the unlikely pairing of works by Markus Lüpertz and Pierre Puvis de Chavannes

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Textile artist Gary Tyler wins 2024 Frieze Los Angeles Impact Prize

The artist, who was wrongfully incarcerated for almost 42 years, will receive $25,000 and a solo stand at this year’s edition of the fair

Andy Warhol’s filmed portraits of celebrities head to Hollywood

Christie’s and the Andy Warhol Museum are staging a pop-up show of the artist’s “Screen Tests” during Frieze Los Angeles

Frieze Los Angeles will feature 20% fewer galleries in 2024 than previous edition

The fair's organisers are scaling back and gathering all exhibitors under one roof for their next outing at Santa Monica Airport