Frieze Los Angeles

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Photograph: Courtesy Frieze

Art lovers, get set to flock to Paramount Pictures Studios for this dreamy display of works from 60 international galleries.

The New York export lands in L.A. for an inaugural outing in February. Plan to spend some serious time immersing yourself in the imaginative projects as well as conversations and screenings.

More than 70 galleries will be exhibiting works, with pieces from Los Angeles legends like Doug Aitken, Judy Chicago, Tracey Emin, Gajin Fujita, Mike Kelley, Barbara Kruger, Paul McCarthy and more. In addition, you’ll find talks from institutional leaders like UCLA’s Kristy Edmunds and LACMA’s Michael Govan, activism engagements from the Women’s Center for Creative Work and Artists 4 Democracy.

The art fair will also feature Frieze Projects, a series of site-specific commissions by artists that include Lisa Anne Auerbach, Sarah Cain, Catharine Czudej, Karon Davis and others.

If you’re planning on consume all. the. art. then you’ll need some grub to keep you going. Thankfully, Frieze is featuring some pretty stellar pop-ups, including Cinqué, Coni’Seafood, Sqirl, Roberta’s and the return of Baroo.

Frieze is viewable with timed tickets from noon to 7pm on Saturday and noon to 6pm on Sunday, with a preview and private viewing on Friday from 2 to 8pm.

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