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Frieze Los Angeles 2023

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    16.02.2023 - 19.02.2023
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On Sale Now: Limited Early Bird Tickets to Frieze Los Angeles

Returning February 16-19, this edition of the fair will be the biggest one to date. Taking place for the first time at Santa Monica Airport, the new location will allow for an expanded experience, including more galleries, exciting collaborations with nonprofits, pop-ups from some of Los Angeles' most beloved restaurants, and much more.

The fair's curated program, Frieze Projects will include collaborations with Art Production Fund and Jay Ezra Nayssan, founder and director of Del Vaz Projects. Outside the fair, discover the best of LA's arts scene and celebrate the creative spirit of the city with an expanded Frieze Week program of exhibitions and events.

Save up to $50 off full price tickets and grab your early bird tickets now before they sell out.






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  • 16.02.2023 - 19.02.2023
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  • Frieze Los Angeles 2023
    Frieze Los Angeles 2023
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  • Maxwell Alexandre, Não foi pedindo licença que chegamos até aqui (We didn’t get here by apologizing, 2018), latex, grease, henna, bitumen, dye, acrylic, vinyl paint, graphite, ballpoint pen, charcoal, oil stick and chocolate drink package on brown kraft paper. 3.2 × 4.7 m. Courtesy: the artist and MAC Lyon; photograph: Blaise Adilon
    Maxwell Alexandre, Não foi pedindo licença que chegamos até aqui (We didn’t get here by apologizing, 2018), latex, grease, henna, bitumen, dye, acrylic, vinyl paint, graphite, ballpoint pen, charcoal, oil stick and chocolate drink package on brown kraft paper. 3.2 × 4.7 m. Courtesy: the artist and MAC Lyon; photograph: Blaise Adilon
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  • Anne Imhof, ‘Avatar II’, 2022, installation view. Courtesy: the artist, Sprüth Magers and Galerie Buchholz; photograph: Ben Westoby
    Anne Imhof, ‘Avatar II’, 2022, installation view. Courtesy: the artist, Sprüth Magers and Galerie Buchholz; photograph: Ben Westoby
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  • Zineb Sedira, ‘Can’t You See the Sea Changing?’, 2022, installation view. Courtesy: De La Warr Pavilion, Bexhill-on-Sea; photograph: Thierry Bal
    Zineb Sedira, ‘Can’t You See the Sea Changing?’, 2022, installation view. Courtesy: De La Warr Pavilion, Bexhill-on-Sea; photograph: Thierry Bal
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  • James Little, Fat Star, 2022
, oil and wax on linen
, 1.8 × 1.8 m
. Courtesy: the artist and Kavi Gupta
    James Little, Fat Star, 2022
, oil and wax on linen
, 1.8 × 1.8 m
. Courtesy: the artist and Kavi Gupta
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  • Anne Fellner, Forever Home 1, 2022, oil, vinyl paint, pigment, ink, spray paint on textile, 180 × 135 cm. Courtesy: the artist and Damien & The Love Guru, Brussels/Zurich; Photograph: Felix Jungo
    Anne Fellner, Forever Home 1, 2022, oil, vinyl paint, pigment, ink, spray paint on textile, 180 × 135 cm. Courtesy: the artist and Damien & The Love Guru, Brussels/Zurich; Photograph: Felix Jungo
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