The inaugural Felix L.A. Art Fair will take place at the Hollywood Roosevelt hotel.
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L.A.’s New Art Fair Announces Special Projects

Felix L.A. will have its first edition next month at Hollywood’s Roosevelt Hotel

The new art fair Felix L.A. will have its inaugural edition next month on Valentine’s Day, coinciding with the launch of Frieze L.A. The fair has revealed its exhibitors and a series of special presentations, which tie into Hollywood landmarks.

The fair’s special projects, all presented by local galleries or curators and featuring many local artists, will be installed in suites, public spaces, and poolside areas of the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel alongside art for sale from about 40 galleries from across the globe, according to The Hollywood Reporter, which had the story.

The special presentations will include an exhibit by artist Kristen Morgin called “Jennifer Aniston’s Used Book Sale,” which will feature ceramic versions of a self-help book that she imagines the actress may have owned, a set of 11-foot-tall paintings by artist Parker Ito, and the interactive Record Store from Outer Space by Esther Pearl Watson and Mark Todd.

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Founded by former UPN CEO and Disney TV president Dean Valentine with Mills Morán and Al Morán, the fair joins an increasingly crowded L.A. art fair scene, which includes Art Los Angeles Contemporary, stARTup, and Frieze Los Angeles (which is also having its inaugural edition next month).

The invitation-only fair will take place from February 14 to 17 at the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel.

 

The full list of participating galleries and artists is as follows:

Baik + Khneysser, Los Angeles

Michael Benevento, Los Angeles

Bodega, New York

Bortolami, New York

Brennan & Griffin, New York

Bureau, New York

Shane Campbell, Chicago

CANADA, New York

Chateau Shatto, Los Angeles

CLEARING, Brooklyn | Brussels | New York

Corbett vs. Dempsey, Chicago

Bridget Donahue, New York

Fine Arts, Sydney

Grice Bench, Los Angeles

Kavi Gupta, Chicago

Parrasch Heijnen, Los Angeles

Jack Hanley, New York

Anton Kern, New York

Tanya Leighton, Berlin

Josh Lilley, London

M+B, Los Angeles

Marlborough Contemporary, London | New York

Moran Moran, Los Angeles

Neue Alte Brucke, Frankfurt

Nino Mier, Los Angeles

Nicodim, Los Angeles

Nonaka-Hill, Los Angeles

Rental Gallery, East Hampton

Roberts Projects, Los Angeles

Kenny Schachter, London

Jessica Silverman Gallery, San Francisco

Smart Objects, Los Angeles

Soft Opening, London

Thomas Solomon, Los Angeles

Stevenson Gallery, Cape Town | Johannesburg

Richard Telles, Los Angeles

Rachel Uffner Gallery, New York

Susanne Vielmetter, Los Angeles

Vitamin Creative Space, Guangzhou

Volume Gallery, Chicago

Kate Werble, New York

White Columns, New York

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