Bettina Korek

arts advocate, writer, founder of ForYourArt, executive director of Frieze Los Angeles

Bettina Korek on KCRW

“One thing about gallery life in Los Angeles is frustrating for many people is that you can't get to all of the galleries in town in one day, really, because they're all over the city.

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“One thing about gallery life in Los Angeles is frustrating for many people is that you can't get to all of the galleries in town in one day, really, because they're all over the city.

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