Frieze LA Introduces Female Artists From Around The World Like No Other
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Frieze LA Introduces Female Artists From Around The World Like No Other

February 19, 2022 Share

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Starting February 17 – 20, 2022, Frieze Los Angeles is at a brand new venue that will dedicate its entire booths to international female artists like never before. 

On the Frieze homepage, “highlights include a compelling presentation of paintings by American artist Joan Semmel.”

Camille Henrot will debut a presentation with Hauser & Wirth. She is a French artist who lives and works in Paris, and New York is expected to exhibit film variations, painting, drawing, sculpture and installation pieces.

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Semmel at the Jewish Museum in front of her painting Sunlight 1978 in Scenes from the Collection

“Paintings by Tania Candiani portraying women in different marches and protests around the globe” will also be a key highlight, says Frieze. Tania Candiani is a Mexican artist known for her interdisciplinary, large-scale multimedia installations. 

Suzanne Jackson, an artist born in Saint Louis, Missouri, will also be attending”. She is a gallery owner, poet, dancer, educator, and set designer is not a force to be reckoned with a career spanning five decades.

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FRANCISCO ROJAS Y CARLOS CORONEL,DANCERS; MAESTRO MARCOS ANDERETE, PENACHO MAKERS. Courtesy of Tania Candiani

Amelia Toledo is a Brazilian sculptor, painter, draftsman and designer. Toledo explored multiple artistic languages, techniques, materials, and production methods with a career that expanded over fifty years.

Another highlight is LA-based artist “Mindy Shapero with new paintings and mirrored sculptures,” says Frieze.

Minjung Kim studio portrait, 2019. Photo by Gregoire Gardette, courtesy of the artist.

Korean artist Minjung Kim combines East Asian traditions of ink-on-paper painting with the compositional language of Western abstract art.

Celebrating these incredible artists is just the tip of the iceberg.

This year it made a debut return in Los Angeles with over 100 participating galleries on the A-list.

360°panorama of Rokkaku Ayako’s “Colours in My Hand” exhibition at the Kunsthal, Rotterdam.
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