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Felix LA Art Fair Announces Exhibitor List for Special, All-Local Edition this July

Felix LA 2021 will take place at the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel.

Felix LA, the contemporary art fair modeled after the intimate hotel fair format popularized in the 1990s has announced the exhibitor list for a special, all-local edition taking place July 29–August 1, 2021 at the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel. Felix LA 2021 will feature an intimate format this year, showcasing only Los Angeles-based galleries and occupying the open-air, poolside cabanas, providing a comfortable and safe indoor and outdoor environment for participants and collectors.

“After a year of so many challenges, we’re happy to present a strictly LA edition of Felix that celebrates our community’s emergence from pandemic isolation. We hope this edition of Felix will mark a turning point for in-person events in Los Angeles, and serve as a catalyst for a recharged and re-energized art world to emerge,” said Felix LA co-founders Dean Valentine, Al Morán and Mills Morán.

This year’s fair will feature 29 local galleries. Felix LA 2021 welcomes back a majority of last year’s exhibitors including Michael Benevento, Château Shatto, CLEARING, Grice Bench, Tanya Leighton, and Nicodim Gallery, while drawing a handful of new exhibitors including Blum and Poe, Gagosian, François Ghebaly, and David Kordansky Gallery.

As Los Angeles begins to reopen following the COVID-19 pandemic, Felix LA 2021 aims to foster a sense of community and commerce for Los Angeles-based galleries — many of whom had to close their doors to the public over the past year — while creating a safe experience for collectors, dealers, artists, and fairgoers. Felix LA 2021 coincides with LA Art Week, which will celebrate the local arts community with a series of events and presentations.

Felix LA was co-founded by Dean Valentine and brothers Al Morán and Mills Morán with the goal of creating a fair experience that prioritizes connoisseurship, collaboration, and community among collectors, dealers, and artists. In 2020, the fair welcomed a diverse creative audience, hosting over 15,000 guests and over 60 galleries from Europe, North America, China, South Africa and Australia, and special projects and performances throughout the hotel lobbies, hallways, and ballrooms.


Bel Ami
Michael Benevento
Blum & Poe
Matthew Brown
Château Shatto
Anat Ebgi
Francois Ghebaly
Grice Bench
Charlie James Gallery
Kayne Griffin
Kohn Gallery
David Kordansky Gallery
Tanya Leighton
Nino Mier Gallery
Morán Morán
Nicodim Gallery
Parker Gallery
Parrasch Heijnen Gallery
Residency Art Gallery
Roberts Projects
Marc Selwyn Fine Art
Chris Sharp Gallery
Park View/Paul Soto
Various Small Fires

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