SAVE THE DATE : Frieze Week Los Angeles

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Invisible Collection goes west and lands in tinsel town for an exciting residency during Frieze Week (and beyond). Save the date and read on to discover what to expect…

Frieze Los Angeles returns to Santa Monica Airport from February 29 to March 3, 2024, with a host of events, special installations and parties. Invisible Collection will join in the celebrations, debuting its first residency at Phillips. Perfectly located in West Hollywood, the auction house’s unmistakable building in grey concrete is the ideal setting for the contemporary furniture and lighting that Invisible Collection specially handpicked for the show. The unveiling will coincide with the opening of Frieze Los Angeles. A full report will be posted soon, in the meantime, here are a few must-know to look forward to during Frieze Week and just days before the red carpets are rolled out for Oscar night! 

“The fifth edition of Frieze Los Angeles is directed by Christine Messineo, Frieze’s Director of Americas, and housed in its signature tent designed by Kulapt Yantrasast’s architectural studio WHY. This edition sees a new site plan across the airport campus that reimagines the outdoor space as a gathering point – what Mark Thomann (Director, Wilding X WHY) calls ‘a welcoming sanctuary centered on food, culture, and community’ – with installations and pop-ups from some renowned LA restaurants. The fair will again feature a program of site-specific artworks, public activations and sculpture across the Santa Monica Airport airfield,” as reported in the fair’s outline. Additionally, we will see a new notable curator, Essence Harden, who will reimagine communal public spaces and a wealth of fresh galleries.  

All the city’s preeminent museums including Getty, The Museum of Contemporary Art, The Broad, Hammer Museum, LACMA, ICA LA and Academy Museum of Motion Pictures will be hosting special events and activations, offering local and international visitors the opportunity to discover Los Angeles’s world-class collections. Considering the profound influence that the West Coast has had on artists, this year’s edition of Frieze will mirror this effect through the presence of many galleries operating in the Greater Los Angeles region, with a special focus on the artists who were influenced by this special environment. The list of notable names includes John Baldessari, Betye Saar, and Barbara Kruger, to name but a few.  


Stay tuned for the full report, and do come and visit us in cool LA. 

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