Felix L.A. Names 60+ Galleries to Visit Hollywood’s Roosevelt Hotel for 2024 Edition

Over the last five years, Felix L.A. has made a compelling argument that the typical art fair setup—a cacophonous, commercial bizarre—needs a vibe reset.

Founded by Dean Valentine, Mills Morán, and Al Morán, the 2024 edition returns to the iconic Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel February 28 to March 3 with its signature offerings: eclectic art, emerging enterprises, and an easy pace to match the mellow weather. As in years past, Felix L.A. will run concurrently with Frieze L.A., which again occupies the Santa Monica Airport, but save your energy at the latter before heading to Hollywood; the painting and sculpture-scattered lobby and bedrooms of the Roosevelt is a curious, can’t-miss experience.

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“Felix has become one of the cornerstones of the Los Angeles cultural landscape. Opposed to other large cities, New York or Paris, that have always had great fairs, for L.A., it’s relatively new to have multiple fairs happening at the same time,” Mills Morán told ARTnews.

Sixty-six galleries are set to participate, about half of them returnees from 2023. Among the local outfits are Charlie James Gallery, Nicodim, Morán Morán, One Trick Pony, and Sebastian Gladstone. A strong contingent of New York–based exhibitors have returned, including Lomex, White Columns, 56 Henry, Fridman Gallery, and Magenta Plains. Moran, speaking to ARTnews, also highlighted the new outfits joining from close and far, such as Heidi (Berlin), Entrance Gallery (New York), and Fernberger Gallery (Los Angeles).

“We were really inspired by the hotel format in the 90’s that launched so many of the fairs we know now,” Mills said. “The Roosevelt gives you a lot of different ways to hang art, show art. That’s what we want to keep cultivating—a more experimental, more intimate experience.”

The full exhibitor list follows.

Gallery 1226, Dallas | Los Angeles

56 Henry, New York

Adams and Ollman, Portland And Now, Dallas                                     

Bel Ami, Los Angeles

Bradley Ertaskiran, Montreal


Broadway, New York

Ciaccia Levi, Paris

Carlye Packer, Los Angeles

Charlie James Gallery, Los Angeles

Charles Moffett, New York

Corbett vs. Dempsey, Chicago

Creative Growth Arts Center, Oakland

Chris Sharp Gallery, Los Angeles

Derek Eller, New York

DOCUMENT, Chicago | Lisbon

Tara Downs, New York

Entrance Gallery, New York

Europa, New York

Fernberger Gallery, Los Angeles

Fridman Gallery, New York

Ginny on Frederick, London

HAIRandNAILS, Minneapolis

Harkawik, New York | Los Angeles

Heidi, Berlin

Jack Hanley Gallery, New York

Josh Lilley, London

JRP|Editions, Geneva

Kavi Gupta, Chicago

King’s Leap Fine Arts, New York

Lomex, New York

Luce Gallery, Turin

Magenta Plains, New York

M+B, Los Angeles

Marinaro, New York

Shoot the Lobster, New York

Monique Meloche Gallery, Chicago

Shoot the Lobster, New York

Harper’s, New York | Los Angeles

Mrs., Queens

Nicelle Beauchene, New York

Nicodim, Los Angeles | New York | Bucharest

Nina Johnson Gallery, Miami

One Trick Pony, Los Angeles

Parrasch Heijnen, Los Angeles

Rachel Uffner Gallery, New York

The Ranch, MoGallery 1226ntauk

Residency Art Gallery, Inglewood

Silke Lindner, New York

Sebastian Gladstone, Los Angeles

Sans titre, Paris

Sargent’s Daughters, New York | Los Angeles

Sea View, Los Angeles

Storage Art Gallery, New York

Studioli, Rome

Suprainfinit, Bucharest

Tanya Leighton, Berlin | Los Angeles

Tierra Del Sol Gallery, Los Angeles

Tif Sigfrids, Athens

Theta, New York

Tyler Park Presents, Los Angeles

Voloshyn Gallery, Kyiv | Miami

Volume Gallery, Chicago

White Columns, New York

 Wilding Cran, Los Angeles

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