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FRIEZE LOS ANGELES 2019 February 15–17, 2019 Paramount Pictures Studios Los Angeles, CA Mission The 16-year-old art fair that began in London and expanded to New York finally debuted in Los Angeles with sold-out admission of more than 30,000 attendees, cementing the entertainment capital’s pivotal role in the international art community. Event Highlights More than 70 contemporary art galleries from around the globe showcased an array of works. Saleshighlights include three works by Wayne Thiebaud at the Acquavella Galleries priced between $700K and $4M; six pieces by James Turrell, priced at $425K through Kayne Griffin Corcoran; and soldout success for 303 Gallery with its Doug Aitken solo show.

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Notable Guests Ricard Akagawa, art collector

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Willow Bay, dean of the USC Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism

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Maria Bell, novelist and TV writer and producer Klaus Biesenbach, director of the Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles Adrien Brody, actor James Corden, actor and TV host Leonardo DiCaprio, actor Eric Garcetti, Los Angeles mayor and former CSQ Visionary of the Year

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Alex Gartenfeld, artistic director of the Institute of Contemporary Art, Miami Thelma Golden, director and chief curator of The Studio Museum, Harlem Mark Ridley-Thomas, Los Angeles County supervisor Laurie Tisch, president of the Laurie M. Tisch Illumination Fund and 2019 CSQ Visionary of the Year

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1 Lisson Gallery 2 Barbara Kruger, Frieze Projects 3 303 Gallery 4 Trulee Hall, Frieze Projects 5 Frieze Los Angeles 2019 6 Mendes Wood DM 7 Marian Goodman Gallery 8 Frieze, the backlot

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