What to see in L.A. at the Frieze, Felix and Spring/Break Art Fairs, plus must-catch gallery and museum shows.
For the first time since 2020, L.A.’s art-fair scene is set to flourish once again with the return of Frieze Los Angeles this February. Plus, running concurrently, the Felix art fair is coming back at full capacity (after a smaller outing last summer) and a host of gallery and museum shows are set to open in the city, which will this fall welcome the first L.A. outpost of blue-chip Lisson Gallery and which recently saw the reopening of The Underground Museum (3508 W. Washington Blvd.) after being closed for two years.
In a recently opened Los Angeles exhibition space inside a midcentury house (8260 Marmont Ln.), Albertz Benda and Friedman Benda present The Endless Summer, a group show works by Chris Schanck, Daniel Arsham and other artists from the galleries’ rosters.