Frieze Los Angeles 2024

John Lennon drawing coming up at auction in California

The sale at Analogr in Glendale features an original work by the late Beatle, which has a note from his widow, the artist Yoko Ono, on the back

Five years on, Frieze Los Angeles has grown up without growing old

Long doubted, the fair proves it is here to stay with its latest edition

Winning by a whisker: the rodents of Sharif Farrag’s Rat Race face off at Frieze Los Angeles

Stuffed-animal bodies sporting ceramic heads, hubcaps and their own licence plates roam Frieze

Judy Baca turns Lacma into her studio as she charts the history of Los Angeles

The artist is working on sections of 'The Great Wall of Los Angeles' at the museum

Bay Area galleries descend on Frieze Los Angeles

Representatives of Northern California’s tight-knit art community make the journey south

In pictures: meet Frieze Los Angeles's menagerie of animal sculptures

From irreverent fish to ceramic snakes, the animal kingdom is well represented at this year's fair

Non-profit art collaborative using craft to promote cross-border relations returns to Los Angeles

Ambos (Art Made Between Opposite Sides) has been working with communities on both sides of the US-Mexico border for nearly a decade

‘Largest Black public art project in the US’ to launch in Los Angeles this spring

Conceived as an outdoor museum, with murals and sculptures by artists both world-renowned and locally beloved, Destination Crenshaw aims to preserve a close-knit community

Rita McBride: ‘I can draw through space, and it’s infinite’

The artist’s installation at the Hammer Museum dissolves space and time with laser beams and a uniquely science-fiction-flecked optimism

‘You have to come in knowing your taste and trusting your instinct’: Emilia Yin's survival guide for fairs

The owner of Hollywood’s Make Room gallery describes how her love of Surrealism informs her curatorial work, and offers Los Angeles newbies her top tips

Slimmer Frieze Los Angeles fair has simmering start on first VIP day

California galleries did swift business in the fair’s opening hours, but dealers reported fewer seven-figure sales than last year

Exhibition in Los Angeles unearths Gordon Matta-Clark’s ‘graffiti time capsule’

Around 200 largely unseen images that the artist created in the early 1970s are on show at Los Angeles's Control Gallery

Felix art fair proves as fun as ever, even as sales slow

The scrappy art fair continues to attract galleries and buyers to playful stands inside a Hollywood hotel

Spring Break art fair in Los Angeles puts personality first at fifth edition

The fair continues to push back against the white cube model with plenty of characterful stands and satirical works

How has Frieze Los Angeles impacted the city’s art scene?

Plus, Angelica Kauffman at London’s Royal Academy and Matthew Wong’s response to a lost Van Gogh

In pictures: Frieze Los Angeles’s Focus section explores the notion of ‘ecologies’

Essence Harden, the curator of the section for young galleries, picks out some highlights

After a surge in Los Angeles galleries, competition for staff heats up

From assistants to senior directors, the city is ripe with opportunity as the local art market continues to mature

New book celebrates collector Eileen Harris Norton’s role in shaping Los Angeles's art scene

Norton, who is also the co-founder of the non-profit Art + Practice, has championed the work of women artists and artists of colour in the city

Back-to-front Ford Ranger takes truck nuts to a new level at Frieze Los Angeles

Vehicle created by the artist Pippa Garner has fairgoers rubbernecking at Santa Monica airport

'I held onto a box of Sylvie tiles that composed a psychotic, abstract cat': John Rubeli on his artful bathroom

The music executive and his wife, Stacy, are fixtures of Los Angeles’s art scene, collecting works by emerging artists and serving on boards of museums and non-profits

Welcome to the funhouse: the revival of Luna Luna in Los Angeles reignites a tradition of art as carnival

A restored Hamburg theme park created by artists in the late 1980s is now on view in Los Angeles—but it was not the first. We take a ride through five historic artist-designed amusements

Mercedes Dorame: ‘Borders shift and change with perspective’

The artist’s commission for the Getty Center’s rotunda replicates the forms and colours of abalone shells that were once ubiquitous on the Los Angeles coast

California love: Dr Dre helps to kick off Frieze Week Los Angeles in style with star-studded charity auction

The hip hop legend worked with the record executive Jimmy Iovine and Sotheby’s to put on the event, which also featured performances by the producer Timbaland and the singer Andra Day

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