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Frieze Los Angeles

Paramount Pictures Studios

February 15 – 17, 2019

Visitor Information

Thank you for a fantastic inaugural edition! We hope to see you next year.

Frieze’s new contemporary art fair offered an unparalleled opportunity to discover 70 of the world’s most significant and forward-thinking galleries inside a bespoke structure designed by architect Kulapat Yantrasast. See all 2019 participating galleries here. To stay up to date, sign up to our newsletter and follow @FriezeArtFair on InstagramTwitter and Facebook. #Frieze #FriezeWeek #FriezeLA.

2019 Opening Hours
Thursday Preview, February 14 (invitation only)
Friday Preview & Private View, February 15: 2pm - 8pm
Saturday, February 16: 12pm - 7pm 
Sunday, February 17: 12pm - 6pm

Frieze Los Angeles 2020 dates will be announced later this year.
 
Tickets
Tickets for Frieze Los Angeles 2020 will be released online this Fall. Admission tickets to the event are timed-entry tickets. Please check your time slot carefully before planning your visit.

Accessibility
The fair is fully accessible to people with reduced mobility.

Parking
Parking information for Frieze Los Angeles 2019 can be viewed here.

Rules for Visitors
For the reason of safety and security, entry to Frieze Los Angeles is subject to the following conditions: 

  • Searches: The organizers reserve the right to search all visitors and their belongings at the point of entry and exit. Refusal to submit to a search at the point of entry will result in the visitor being refused entry. 
  • Bag Restrictions: Due to Paramount Pictures Studios security policy, large bags are not permitted onto the site. Please do not bring suitcases, folding bicycles, scooters or any large items bigger than a handbag or laptop bag. A very limited bag drop facility will incur a $5 donation and net proceeds will be donated to Project Angel Food. Coats and umbrellas can be checked free of charge. Project Angel Food is registered as a non-profit organization. Registration number is: 95-4115863.
  • Card Only: the fair is a cash-free event.
  • Children: All children need to present a Child Ticket at the door to gain entry. Anyone under the age of 16 must be accompanied by an adult at all times. More information.
  • No Animals: With the exception of trained Service Animals. 
  • Artwork: No unauthorized art work may be brought into the fair. Please do not touch exhibited works.
  • Photography: No use of tripods without permission from Frieze.
 No photography of artworks without the permission of the gallery.

  • CCTV & Recordings: CCTV is in operation throughout the fair. Images may be recorded, retained and reproduced at the discretion of the organizers, and may be used in the realization of art works. Visitors may be filmed or recorded for marketing, broadcast or security purposes during the fair - this includes, but is not limited to, CCTV footage.
  • Smoking: Smoking is not allowed.

Thank you for your cooperation and enjoy the fair!

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