Paramount Pictures Studios, where Frieze L.A. will be held.
Photo: Paramount

Here’s Who’s Exhibiting at Frieze Los Angeles 2019

The venerated art fair will bring 70 galleries to the City of Angels

When Frieze Art Fair launches in Los Angeles on February 15 on the grounds of Paramount Pictures Studio (with an invitation-only preview on February 14), visitors will see offerings from 70 leading galleries from cities around the world, with a heavy presence of from New York and L.A.

The galleries will be housed in a bespoke structure by architect Kulapat Yantrasast of interdisciplinary design firm wHY, while artist projects will be installed around the New York Street backlot in buildings, streets and interior spaces. Organized by Ali Subotnick, a former curator at L.A.’s Hammer Museum, the artists involved in the projects include Barbara Kruger (Spruth Magers); Paul McCarthy (Hauser & Wirth); Sarah Cain (Honor Fraser); Karon Davis (Wilding Cran); Hannah Greely (Parker Gallery); Patrick Jackson (Ghebaly Gallery); Lisa Anne Auerbach (Gavlak); Trulee Hall (Maccarone), Cayetano Ferrer and Kori Newkirk, Tino Sehgal and New York’s Catharine Czudej.

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“It will be a real flaneur experience, visitors will wander around and encounter the interventions,” the fair’s executive director Bettina Korek told The Art Newspaper. “Ali’s career has always been about celebrating the idiosyncrasies of L.A., so this fits with that.”

Frieze L.A. will also mark the debut of the fair’s new tiered pricing system, which was introduced in September. The system, which charges a higher price per square foot for larger booths, has been adopted per a suggestion made in April 2018 by gallerist David Zwirner. In a display of solidarity with smaller galleries, which frequently pass up on expensive art fairs, Zwirner indicated that he would be happy to pay more to participate in the fair in order to subsidize participation costs for smaller galleries.

Here is the complete list of participating galleries is as follows:

303 Gallery, New York
Miguel Abreu Gallery, New York
Acquavella Galleries, New York
Altman Siegel, San Francisco
Blum & Poe, Los Angeles
Tanya Bonakdar, New York
The Box, Los Angeles
Gavin Brown’s enterprise, New York
Château Shatto, Los Angeles
Sadie Coles HQ, London
Commonwealth and Council, Los Angeles
Thomas Dane Gallery, London
Massimo De Carlo, Milan
Jeffrey Deitch, New York
Anat Ebgi, Los Angeles
Freedman Fitzpatrick, Los Angeles
Gagosian, New York
Ghebaly Gallery, Los Angeles
Marian Goodman Gallery, New York
Alexander Gray Associates, New York
Greene Naftali, New York
Hauser & Wirth, Los Angeles
Herald St, London
Hannah Hoffman Gallery, Los Angeles
Gallery Hyundai, Seoul
Taka Ishii Gallery, Tokyo
Casey Kaplan, New York
Karma, New York
Karma International, Zurich
kaufmann repetto, Milan
Kayne Griffin Corcoran, Los Angeles
Tina Kim Gallery, New York
König Galerie, Berlin
David Kordansky Gallery, Los Angeles
Kukje Gallery, Seoul
kurimanzutto, Mexico City
LA Louver, Los Angeles
Lehmann Maupin, New York
Lévy Gorvy, New York
Lisson Gallery, London
Luhring Augustine, New York
Matthew Marks Gallery, New York
Mendes Wood DM, São Paulo
Metro Pictures, New York
Victoria Miro, London
The Modern Institute, Glasgow
Night Gallery, Los Angeles
Galleria Franco Noero, Turin
OMR, Mexico City
Pace Gallery, Palo Alto
Maureen Paley, London
Park View/Paul Soto, Los Angeles
Parker Gallery, Los Angeles
Perrotin, New York
The Pit, Los Angeles
Galerie Eva Presenhuber, Zurich
Almine Rech Gallery, New York
Regen Projects, Los Angeles
Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, London
Salon 94/Salon 94 Design, New York
Esther Schipper, Berlin
Marc Selwyn Fine Art, Los Angeles
Sfeir-Semler, Beirut
Jack Shainman Gallery, New York
Stuart Shave/Modern Art, London
Société, Berlin
Sprüth Magers, Los Angeles
Vermelho, São Paulo
Susanne Vielmetter Los Angeles Projects, Los Angeles
White Cube, London
David Zwirner, New York

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