SPRING/BREAK Art Fair’s Los Angeles Excess

Jonathan Paul at SPRING/BREAKJonathan Rosen, curated by Alessandra DeBenedettiAmy Silver, Coulda Seen Through ItBARCaris ReidChandran GalleryFred Fleisher, curated by Chris BorsGeorganne Deen, curated by Chris BorsHC Synt Dracones, curated by Christopher LynnDesert CenterJonathan PaulJonathan PaulJonathan PaulThe Happy House, curated byDurden and RayThe Happy House, curated by Durden and RayThe Happy House, curated by urden and RayAny Way, Shape or Form, curated by Jason RamosSpring Cleaning, curated by Eva Pfeffer and Sarah HeinemannGabrielle Shelton, curated byEvan SnydermanFall on Your Sword & Sarah BerezaFall on Your Sword & Sarah BerezaFall on Your Sword & Sarah BerezaGas: CustomGas: CustomGreg HabernyGreg HabernyGreg HabernySteve Hash, curated by Hildeiv galleryiv galleryAzikiwe MohammedAnne Spalter, curated by Judy K. BrodksyKellesimone Waits, curated by Sara DriverKellesimone Waits, curated by Sara DriverAnn Phong, Carl Baratta, Hung V. Nguyen, curated by Khang B. NguyenKio Griffith, curated by Khang B. NguyenKylie ManningBenjamin Cabral, curated by Lauren PowellBenjamin Cabral, curated by Lauren PowellLauren XandraMaripolNew Art ProjectsNew Art ProjectsNew Arts FoundationNew Arts FoundationNew Arts FoundationOutback ArthouseSanie Bokhari and Nicholas Oh, curated by Sadaf PadderSecret Project RobotAssaf Shaham, curated by Seymour PolatinSUPERCOLLIDER + FemmebitSUPERCOLLIDER + FEMMEBIT at SPRING/BREAK 2020SUPERCOLLIDER + FemmebitSUPERCOLLIDER + Femmebitpanni malekzadeh, curated by SuperpositionTara de la GarzaChris Fallon, curated by Teresa EggersLorna Mills, curated by Transfer LA

SPRING/BREAK Art Show is back in Los Angeles for its second year, and is fully living up to both its theme of IN EXCESS and its reputation as the most on-point and refreshing fair of the whole Art Week (Frieze Week) situation, out-cooling the rest by a mile.

Foregoing last year’s semi-outdoor produce bays for a vast post-industrial floor-through at ROW DTLA, the New York-based outfit invites about 65 independent curators, galleries, and artist-run collectives to present solo or group installations that push boundaries of conventionality in materials, experience, and concept installation.

Literally every booth has something special to offer, but do not miss the post-technology humanism and art/science melt at the SUPERCOLLIDER/Femmebit booth; the happy pill sunshine at Durden and Ray, the step-up jungle-cinema video sculptures at Fall on Your Sword, space-trash fashion sculpture by Kellesimone Waits, a heavenly spa for your cleaned-up ultra-authentic self by Jonathan Paul, thoughtful group curations organized by Khang B. Nguyen and Sadaf Padder, the Custom art truck by Gas, and the sequined creep-fest that is Real Amazing by Benjamin Cabral.

SPRING/BREAK Art Show at ROW DTLA, 757 Alameda in downtown, Hours: Saturday, February 15, 11am-9pm & Sunday, February 16, 11am-7pm; tickets $25.

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