freedmanfitzpatrick.com is maintained as an archive of exhibited artists and exhibitions at Freedman Fitzpatrick between 2013 and 2019.
Freedman Fitzpatrick was a contemporary art gallery run by Alex Freedman and Robbie Fitzpatrick, established in 2013 in Los Angeles.
The final exhibition in late 2019 was a highly acclaimed show of Sturtevant’s video works.
Freedman Fitzpatrick (2013 – 2019)
Freedman Fitzpatrick was a contemporary art gallery run by Alex Freedman and Robbie Fitzpatrick, established in 2013 in Los Angeles. The gallery featured works by emerging and established artists who lacked visibility in Los Angeles and the United States.
The gallery program began with four artists: Mathis Altmann, Matthew Lutz-Kinoy, Lucie Stahl, and Hannah Weinberger. Early gallery exhibitions included works by formative, underexhibited artists like Heidi Bucher and Erika Beckman. The program grew to include artists exhibited in the Venice Biennial and held in major collections such as LA MoCA and the Whitney, including Raúl de Nieves, Jill Mulleady, Shimabuku, Stefan Tcherepnin, and Amelie von Wulffen.
From 2013 – 2015, the gallery ran a residency program in Silver Lake and hosted a series of live performances. In 2013 – 2016 Freedman and Fitzpatrick co-founded Paramount Ranch, with Liz Craft and Pentti Monkkonen, an alternative art fair hosted in the Santa Monica National Recreation Area outside Malibu.
In 2017, the gallery expanded to Paris to further a dialogue between the United States and France, exhibiting artists like Cooper Jacoby, Alexandra Noel, Diamond Stingily, Frances Stark, and Phillip Zach.
The gallery exhibited in major art fairs including Art Basel (Basel and Miami Beach), Frieze (London, Los Angeles, and New York) and FIAC. The gallery presented exhibitions in off-site locations, including at MD72/Galerie Neu (Berlin) and Ida Ekblad at XYZ Collective (Tokyo).
The gallery’s final exhibition in Los Angeles was a highly acclaimed show of video works by Sturtevant.
freedmanfitzpatrick.com is an archive of exhibited artists and exhibitions at Freedman Fitzpatrick between 2013 and 2019.
Fitzpatrick Gallery was inaugurated in September 2020, building on the legacy of Freedman Fitzpatrick. For information about the FF archive or artists represented by the gallery, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
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