Art Shows and Fairs Color This Weekend in Los AngelesAuthor:Abigail Stone
Art lovers rejoice! There’s plenty to gorge on this weekend in Los Angeles. Frieze LA, of course, is the headliner but there’s a stellar supporting cast of smaller art fairs and events around town that shouldn’t be missed:
Felix L.A, anchored at The Hollywood Roosevelt, is an art fair on a mission to create a more intimate experience with a return to the 90s hotel-fair format. Galleries, sculptures and installations are dotted throughout the hotel, including: an experiential film, “Reifying Desire 3”, by artist Jacolby Satterwhite; Kristen Morgin’s ceramics of Jennifer Aniston’s Used Book Sale; and potions, spells, and astrological readings by L and Astral Oracles. Be sure to hit up the cabana section, including LA-based galleries, Chateau Shatto, Susanne Vielmetter Los Angeles Projects, Grice Beach, Nicodim, Nonaka Hall and M+B
Felix L.A., The Hollywood Roosevelt, 7000 Hollywood Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90028
Over in Santa Moncia’s Barker Hanger, ALAC (Art Los Angeles Contemporary) celebrates its tenth anniversary, welcoming guests with a new architectural design by Seattle-based firm Olson Kundig and a new visual identity by Willo Perron & Associates. Among its cross-section of galleries from around the world, don’t miss three Los Angeles-based spots: The Landing, who showcases the work of Mattea Perotta, a painter who’s been known to mirror her works on canvas with matching rugs; Mixographia, which is showcases Analia Saban’s “Paper or Plastic,” her latest exploration into the physical qualities of everyday materials; and Ochi Projects, where you can find the colorful work of Ben Sanders and Adam Beris.
ALAC, The Barker Hanger, 3021 Airport Avenue, Santa Monica, CA 90405
On Robertson, at Leclaireur, artist Tasya van Ree’s photographs draw inspiration from two styles from famed eyeglass brand Oliver Peoples. The Oliver and Oliver Sun, spotlighting nineteen personalities, including actress and dj Mia Moretti, fashion designer and entrepreneur Alana Hadid, photographer Brad Elterman, musician Natalie Bergman and designer Marc Ange sporting the styles.
Tasya Van Ress x Oliver Peoples, Leclaireur, 450 N Robertson Blvd, West Hollywood, CA 90048
Over at Graye, artist Ali Silverstein has collaboraed with Farrow & Ball on a large scale installation that covers the exterior of the showroom’s newly opened space in Hollywood with a giant canvas.
Ali Silverstein, Graye, 1026 N Sycamore Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90038.
Within walking distance of Graye, Jeffrey Deitch, the former director of MOCA, returns to Los Angeles with a cavernous gallery and an exhibit entitled “People”. More than fifty standing, sitting and hanging figurative sculptures from a range from artists, including 1980s to the present, with an emphasis on emerging talent.
Jeffrey Deitch, 925 N Orange Dr, Los Angeles, CA 90038