PS: LA App Launch Party

  • a pop-up app that highlights alternative art spaces available only February 15 to 17, 2019 in conjunction with the Los Angeles art fairs
  • February 13, 2019
Rooftop Reception
1025 North Highland Avenue
Los Angeles, California

PS:LA (Project Space: Los Angeles)

created by Suzanne Egeran

is  a pop-up app

that highlights alternative art spaces

available only February 15 to 17, 2019

in conjunction with the Los Angeles art fairs


The PS:LA app will launch with a rooftop reception in Hollywood
on Wednesday, February 13 from 4 - 8pm

featuring an interactive sound sculpture by  Matthew Wilkinson

Suzanne Egeran Projects is pleased to announce a three-day event and app guide called PS:LA (Project Space: Los Angeles) that offers a curated selection of Los Angeles’ alternative art spaces.  A newly developed app, maps participating spaces, and guides you through Los Angeles, indicating the best way to move between spaces.  PS:LA will take place between Friday, February 15 and Sunday, February 17, 2019, to coincide with and complement Frieze LA, the Felix Art Fair and Art Los Angeles Contemporary (ALAC). 

PS:LA has divided Los Angeles into three areas: CENTRAL, EAST & WEST.  Each day a different neighborhood will be featured and the spaces in this neighborhood will be open 12–6pm. The participant is welcome to visit any of the project spaces on the other days, (but please note their normal opening hours.).

Friday 15 Feb, 12–6pm: Central LA (Hollywood to Koreatown)

Saturday 16 Feb, 12–6pm: East LA (Downtown, Chinatown and beyond)

Sunday 17 Feb, 12–6pm: West LA (Beverly Hills to Santa Monica and beyond)

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