Frieze Los Angeles Round-Up: Here’s Everything We Published on the Fair in One Place

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FRIEZE Los Angeles in the Paramount Pictures Studios in Hollywood. Photograph by Casey Kelbaugh
FRIEZE Los Angeles in the Paramount Pictures Studios in Hollywood. Photograph by Casey Kelbaugh

In case you missed it, Frieze Los Angeles just wrapped its second edition, and it was chock full of news. From the celeb sightings to the market maneuvers to the activist events, here’s a round-up of everything Artnet News covered from the fair.

 

PEOPLE

Patrisse Cullors's Fuck White Supremacy (2020) at Frieze Los Angeles. Courtesy of artist and ltd los angeles; Photo: Gio Solis.

Patrisse Cullors’s Fuck White Supremacy (2020) at Frieze Los Angeles. Courtesy of the artist and ltd los angeles; Photo: Gio Solis.

Art Style: What Frieze Los Angeles’s Most Fashionable Fairgoers Wear to Buy, Sell, and Admire Art by Jennelle Fong

‘I’m the Kind of Guy Who Wants to Buy Everything’: Hollywood Executive David Hoberman Takes Us on a Joy Ride Through the Felix Art Fair in LA by Tim Schneider

Who Went Shopping at Frieze Los Angeles? We Buttonholed J.Lo and A-Rod, Usher, Leonardo DiCaprio, and Other Famous Names at the Fair by Sarah Cascone

An Artist Mined the Paramount Pictures Archives to Critique Mexican Representation in Cinema History at Frieze Projects by Sarah Cascone

‘I Could Integrate Both Worlds’: How Activist Patrisse Cullors Uses Dance to Bridge Art and Politics by Catherine Wagley

This Artist-Activist Is Asking Women Artists to Raise Their Prices by 15 Percent to Fight the Art World’s Gender Pay Gap by Sarah Cascone

Rabble-Rousing Artist Barbara Kruger on Why She’s Plastering LA’s Buildings With Questions ‘About What It Means to Live Another Day’ by Sarah Cascone

An Online-Gaming Billionaire Hopes His $3 Million Gift to James Turrell Will Make the Long-Delayed ‘Roden Crater’ a Reality by Eileen Kinsella

 

ANALYSIS

Genevieve Gaignard, Look At Them Look At Us (As We Shine Brighter Than They Ever Imagined), 2020. Photo by Ed Mumford, courtesy of the artist and Vielmetter Los Angeles.

Genevieve Gaignard, Look At Them Look At Us (As We Shine Brighter Than They Ever Imagined) (2020). Photo by Ed Mumford, courtesy of the artist and Vielmetter Los Angeles.

The Art Angle Podcast: How Hollywood Finally Fell for the Art Market by Artnet News

Frieze Los Angeles Opens With Big Sales to Mega-Celebrities and Hollywood Muscle Alike—and It’s All Live-Streaming on Instagram by Nate Freeman

Price Check! Here’s What Sold—and for How Much—at Frieze Los Angeles 2020 by Artnet News

From Richard Prince’s $5 Million Muscle Car to Bunny Rogers’s Inner World, Here Are 5 of the Best Artworks at Frieze LA by Andrew Goldstein

4 Breakout Artists From the Los Angeles Art Fairs Who Collectors Would Be Wise to Watch in the Months Ahead by Artnet News

 

GUIDES

Calida Rawles <i>Lightness of Being</i> (2018). Courtesy of the artist and Various Small Fires, LA.

Calida Rawles Lightness of Being (2018). Courtesy of the artist and Various Small Fires, LA.

Here’s Your Go-To Guide to All the Fairs Taking Place in Los Angeles During Frieze Week 2020 by Eileen Kinsella

In LA for Frieze Week? Here Is Our Guide to 22 Mind-Expanding Museum Shows to See If you Want to Venture Beyond the Fairs by Sarah Cascone

In LA for Frieze Week? Here Is Our Guide to 33 Inspiring Gallery Shows to See Beyond the Fairs by Sarah Cascone

 


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