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Frieze descends on Los Angeles for the first time this week, and besides the fairs and shows, there are a lot of exciting events not to miss. Since we only show you the best exhibitions we put our ear to the ground to find out the real insider information on this LA inaugural coming-out party.

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Conversation – What Will the Art Gallery of the Future Do?

A conversation on the future of art galleries between Marc Glimcher (President and CEO, Pace Gallery) and Andrew Goldstein (Editor, artnet).

3:30 pm
Sherry Lansing Theater
Frieze Los Angeles, Paramount Pictures Studios

Opening Party – Felix LA

Live Performances by Benny Revival, nolanberollin, BBY Kodie, Lil Altima Riven. Sounds by Paul T. (Sarcastic)

9 pm
Poolside at the Hollywood Roosevelt
7000 Hollywood Boulevard


Conversation – Frank Gehry, Maja Hoffmann, Hans Ulrich Obrist

The visionary founder of LUMA Foundation Maja Hoffmann will join celebrated architect Frank Gehry and artistic director of the Serpentine Galleries Hans Ulrich Obrist to discuss how art can bridge the worlds of ritual, environment, and community.

5 pm
Sherry Lansing Theater
Frieze Los Angeles, Paramount Pictures Studios

Screening – Paul McCarthy: CSSC & DADDA

The world premiere of CSSC – It Begins – The Coach The Skull (95 minutes) and the US premiere of DADDA – Poodle House Saloon (93 minutes) – two new films by Los Angeles artist Paul McCarthy.

7 pm – CSSC
9 pm – DADDA
The Montalbán Theater
1615 Vine Street, Los Angeles

Screening & Artist Talk – Tom Sachs & Werner Herzog

Featuring video work by Tom Sachs, followed by a conversation between Sachs and film director Werner Herzog, moderated by Jennifer Higgie (frieze magazine).

6.30-8 pm
Paramount Theatre
Frieze Los Angeles, Paramount Pictures Studios

Concert & Performance – Ryoji Ikeda & Alison Knowles – Fluxus Spotlight

Join the world premiere of Ryoji Ikeda‘s 100 cymbals featuring the Los Angeles Percussion Quartet and Alexandre Babel, commissioned by the LA Phil.
Alison Knowles first performed Proposition #2: Make a Salad in 1962 at a Fluxus concert at the Institute of Contemporary Arts in London. She will be performed again this evening.

8 pm
Walt Disney Concert Hall
111 South Grand Avenue



Talk – Brutally Early Club with Klaus Biesenbach & Hans Ulrich Obrist MOCA Director Klaus Biesenbach and Hans Ulrich Obrist invite you for the Brutally Early Club, followed by conversations with artists Lauren Halsey, Korakrit Arunanondchai, and Luchita Hurtado.

7 am
The Geffen Contemporary at MOCA
152 North Central Avenue

Concert – Frieze Music

Frieze Music is curated by Hamza Walker, director of LAXART and will feature Robert Glasper with Chris Dave, Derrick Hodge, Ambrose Akinmusire and DJ Jahi Sundance.

9 pm - 1 am
NeueHouse Hollywood
6121 Sunset Boulevard


Discussion – A Tribute to Charles White

To honor the legacy of Charles White, scholars, students, and those closest to him will discuss this artist's groundbreaking achievements as artist, teacher, and mentor. Speakers include Ilene Susan Fort, his son Ian White, Judithe Hernández, Kellie Jones, and Peter Clothier.

1 pm
5905 Wilshire Boulevard
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