Frieze LA

Pierre Guyotat, Untitled, 2017. Courtesy: The Box, Los Angeles

From Faith Wilding’s animistic deities to Pierre Guyotat’s orgiastic drawings, the frieze editors review their favourite shows in LA

By frieze
Allen Ruppersberg, Summer Days, 1971, black and white photographs and three pieces of bond paper with text. Courtesy: the artist and Greene Naftali, New York

As his retrospective opens at the Hammer Museum, a look at the influence Ruppersberg has held over art and pop culture

By Joseph Mosconi

How an art magazine morphed into an international event

By Jonathan Griffin

The founder of Regen Projects discusses her ambitous gallery program and why Los Angeles is a unique art capital

The founder of David Kordansky Gallery, Los Angeles, talks collaborating with the late Betty Woodman and gives advice on acquiring art

The founder of The Box, Los Angeles, talks about moving from China Town to the Art District, plus tips for the first-time visitor to the city

‘An exciting new dimension’ to the city’s cultural scene premieres February 2019