Committee Member Romain Baty's Unconditional LA Stops During FRIEZE Art Fair

Committee Member Romain Baty's Unconditional LA Stops During FRIEZE Art Fair

February 14, 2020 by Romain Baty

Frieze Los Angeles

Frieze Los Angeles presents the best of Los Angeles and international contemporary art by both emerging and established artists, alongside a curated program of talks, films and artists’ projects. This is so stimulating for my Interior Design work.

Bel Ami

Bel Ami is an art Gallery run by gifted artist Naoki Sutter-Shudo, harnessing the creative potential of the City of Angels. Located in China Town, the gallery presents great talents. I think real gems are in the underground. 709 N. Hill St. inside Asian Center, suite #105, Los Angeles, CA 90012

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Swiss Institute

The Swiss Institute is a contemporary art institution dedicated to promoting forward-thinking and experimental art making through innovative exhibitions. Like at Miami Art Basel, SI’s Maja Hoffmann & Simon Castets will celebrate the artists and their friends and will give one of the most exquisite dinners in Frieze LA. Always so much fun. 38 St Marks Pl, New York, NY 10003

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Yamashiro

Yamashiro has welcomed guests to its magical setting above Hollywood Boulevard for generations. Boasting spectacular city views, stunning architecture and tranquil gardens, From its origins as a private estate to its modern incarnation as an Asian fusion restaurant and event venue, the fascinating history of Yamashiro is something out of a Hollywood script. This unique place is an enchantment and food is delicious. 1999 N Sycamore Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90068

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Blackman & Cruz

Blackman & Cruz have created an inimitable look in their 9,500-square-foot Highland Avenue space (a former gay night-club) — an eccentric mashup of furniture, lighting, art and curiosities that spans numerous periods and styles from exquisite, stately antiques to arresting contemporary pieces. I like it for its hybridization. 836 N Highland Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90038

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Owl Bureau

Owl Bureau is a shrine to art, fashion, architecture and design. You’ll find more than 200 books hand-selected from founder Richard Christiansen’s personal collection, plus nearly 2,000 additional new and vintage books and magazines all curated (with the latest issue of French Vogue always in ready supply). The bookstore plays host to an artist-in-residence program, with rotating exhibitions, book and magazine launches, as well as signings and readings. A paradise for book lovers. 5634 N Figueroa St, Los Angeles, CA 90042

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Hotel NOMAD

Los Angeles has a glamorous vibe with a swank 1920s neo-classical atmosphere that’s straight out of old Hollywood. Originally built as headquarters for The Bank of Italy, It has been fully restored by French Interior Designer Jacques Garcia. Part of the fortunate regeneration of vibrant downtown LA. 649 S Olive St, Los Angeles, CA 90014













Committee Member Romain Baty's Unconditional LA Stops During FRIEZE Art Fair

February 14, 2020 by Romain Baty

Frieze Los Angeles

Frieze Los Angeles presents the best of Los Angeles and international contemporary art by both emerging and established artists, alongside a curated program of talks, films and artists’ projects. This is so stimulating for my Interior Design work.

Bel Ami

Bel Ami is an art Gallery run by gifted artist Naoki Sutter-Shudo, harnessing the creative potential of the City of Angels. Located in China Town, the gallery presents great talents. I think real gems are in the underground. 709 N. Hill St. inside Asian Center, suite #105, Los Angeles, CA 90012

2_SWISS_INSTITUTE.jpg
Swiss Institute

The Swiss Institute is a contemporary art institution dedicated to promoting forward-thinking and experimental art making through innovative exhibitions. Like at Miami Art Basel, SI’s Maja Hoffmann & Simon Castets will celebrate the artists and their friends and will give one of the most exquisite dinners in Frieze LA. Always so much fun. 38 St Marks Pl, New York, NY 10003

YAMASHIRO.jpg
Yamashiro

Yamashiro has welcomed guests to its magical setting above Hollywood Boulevard for generations. Boasting spectacular city views, stunning architecture and tranquil gardens, From its origins as a private estate to its modern incarnation as an Asian fusion restaurant and event venue, the fascinating history of Yamashiro is something out of a Hollywood script. This unique place is an enchantment and food is delicious. 1999 N Sycamore Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90068

BLACKMAN_CRUZ.jpg
Blackman & Cruz

Blackman & Cruz have created an inimitable look in their 9,500-square-foot Highland Avenue space (a former gay night-club) — an eccentric mashup of furniture, lighting, art and curiosities that spans numerous periods and styles from exquisite, stately antiques to arresting contemporary pieces. I like it for its hybridization. 836 N Highland Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90038

OWL_BUREAU.jpg
Owl Bureau

Owl Bureau is a shrine to art, fashion, architecture and design. You’ll find more than 200 books hand-selected from founder Richard Christiansen’s personal collection, plus nearly 2,000 additional new and vintage books and magazines all curated (with the latest issue of French Vogue always in ready supply). The bookstore plays host to an artist-in-residence program, with rotating exhibitions, book and magazine launches, as well as signings and readings. A paradise for book lovers. 5634 N Figueroa St, Los Angeles, CA 90042

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Hotel NOMAD

Los Angeles has a glamorous vibe with a swank 1920s neo-classical atmosphere that’s straight out of old Hollywood. Originally built as headquarters for The Bank of Italy, It has been fully restored by French Interior Designer Jacques Garcia. Part of the fortunate regeneration of vibrant downtown LA. 649 S Olive St, Los Angeles, CA 90014