Jonathan Griffin

art critic and contributing editor at Frieze magazine

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Frieze LA is back for a second outing, bringing a bonanza of art fairs. But not all artists are excited about it.

Frieze LA heats up LA art scene

Frieze LA is back for a second outing, bringing a bonanza of art fairs. But not all artists are excited about it.

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