Frieze Los Angeles Previews 2022 Lineup of Events

Frieze Los Angeles will return next spring after a year off due to COVID. The 2022 edition will bring together over 100 of the world’s leading galleries in a celebration of the creative spirit of the city.

Under the wing of newly appointed director, Christine Messineo, the fair will also debut Frieze Sculpture Beverly Hills, a public art initiative that has captivated audiences in London and New York. Emblematic of the past fairs, the work on display will cover a range of artistic styles that are presented on a monumental scale. Supported by the City of Beverly Hills, Frieze Sculpture Beverly Hills will take place in the iconic location of Beverly Gardens Park as part of a program of events and public activities for Frieze Week in Beverly Hills.

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As part of the Frieze Week celebration, Focus LA will feature 11 of the city’s defining young galleries who will present solo or dual artist exhibitions. Led by Amanda Hunt, Director of Public Programs & Creative Practice, Lucas Museum of Narrative Art, Focus LA presents a cast of new and returning galleries, which includes Gattopardo, In Lieu, Bel Ami and more.

Additionally, a number of the city’s major institutions will celebrate the many communities that makeup LA’s dynamic art landscape. Exhibitions include Selected Acquisitions of a Decade at The Broad, along with Black American Portraits at LACMA.

Frieze Los Angeles will take place from February 17 to 20 at a new location, 9900 Wilshire Boulevard in Beverly Hills, adjacent to The Beverly Hilton hotel. Early bird tickets are available now for purchase. Please see the full list of exhibitors below.

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Frieze Los Angeles
9900 Wilshire Boulevard
Beverly Hills, CA 90210

PARTICIPATING GALLERIES:

47 Canal
Miguel Abreu Gallery
Acquavella
Blum & Poe
Tanya Bonakdar Gallery
Bortolami
The Box
Carlos/Ishikawa
Chapter NY
Château Shatto
James Cohan
Sadie Coles HQ
Commonwealth and Council
Paula Cooper Gallery
Pilar Corrias
Thomas Dane Gallery
Dastan Gallery
Massimo De Carlo
Jeffrey Deitch
Emalin
Stephen Friedman Gallery
Gaga
Gagosian
François Ghebaly
Gladstone Gallery
Goodman Gallery
Marian Goodman Gallery
Alexander Gray Associates
Hauser & Wirth
Herald St
Galerie Max Hetzler
Hannah Hoffman Gallery
Xavier Hufkens
Gallery Hyundai
Taka Ishii Gallery
Alison Jacques
Jenkins Johnson Gallery
Casey Kaplan
Karma
kaufmann repetto
Kayne Griffin
Sean Kelly
Anton Kern Gallery
Tina Kim Gallery
König Galerie
David Kordansky Gallery
Kukje Gallery
L.A. Louver
LambdaLambdaLambda
Lehmann Maupin
Galerie Lelong & Co.
David Lewis
Lisson Gallery
Matthew Marks Gallery
Mendes Wood DM
Nino Mier Gallery
Victoria Miro
Modern Art
The Modern Institute
Night Gallery
Galleria Franco Noero
Ortuzar Projects
Overduin & Co.
Pace Gallery
Maureen Paley
Parrasch Heijnen
Perrotin
The Pit
Galerie Eva Presenhuber
Project Native Informant
Almine Rech
Regen Projects
Roberts Projects
Nara Roesler
Thaddaeus Ropac
Michael Rosenfeld GalleryMarc Selwyn Fine Art
Jack Shainman Gallery
Jessica Silverman
Société
Southard Reid
Sprüth Magers
Craig F. Starr Gallery
Various Small Fires (VSF)
Vermelho
Vielmetter
White Cube
Zeno X Gallery
David Zwirner

FOCUS LA:

Baert Gallery, Iliodora Margellos, Paolo Colombo
Bel Ami, Ben Sakoguchi
Luis De Jesus Los Angeles, Rodrigo Valenzuela
Garden, Sarah Rosalena Brady
Gattopardo, Dirk Knibbe, Gabriel Madan
In Lieu, Ficus Interfaith, Pauline Shaw
Charlie James Gallery, Patrick Martinez, Jay Lynn Gomez
Marta, Minjae Kim, Chase Biado & Antonia Pinter
Parker Gallery, Melvino Garretti, Troy Lamarr Chew II
Stanley’s, Timo Fahler, Amia Yokoyama
Stars, Eric-Paul Riege

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