PS:LA (Project Space: Los Angeles) is a 3-day event and app guide that offers a curated selection of LA’s alternative art spaces. 

Inspired by the creative spirit and independent nature of the LA art scene, PS:LA offers visitors and locals alike the chance to tap into a vibrant community that is often elusive.

 We have selected project spaces, small galleries and non-profits that share a similar ethos. Unconventional, dynamic and rooted in their local community, these spaces are the soul of the city. 

 This event will coincide with and complement Frieze LA, the Felix Art Fair and Art Los Angeles Contemporary. 

The PS:LA App Guide will be available for download on February 7th.

 With generous support from our sponsors:


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Program and Details
Friday to Sunday, 15 to 17 February

 A newly developed app maps participating spaces and guides you through the city, indicating the best way to move between spaces. We also include bookshops, watering holes and other places of interest along the way.

 We have divided the city 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. You are of course 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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About Us

PS:LA is spearheaded by Suzanne Egeran, who has been working internationally as an art advisor and curator since launching her business in London in 2009. Currently based in Los Angeles, Egeran draws on a wide variety of experiences, focusing her projects on the practices of some of the most compelling artists working today. 

Previously Egeran worked in world-renowned museums and galleries in New York, Berlin, and London, including White Cube, Lehmann Maupin and Galerie Max Hetzler. From 2011–13, she was based in Istanbul where she organized a series of ground-breaking shows by international and Turkish artists. Prior to entering the commercial art world, Egeran worked in the Development Departments of New York’s New Museum and The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA).


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Support Committee:

Anne Ellegood, Milena Sales, Scott Cameron Weaver, Christine Zehner


Jennifer Bolande, Matthew Bucknall, Mehran Farhat, Danny First, Laura Fried, Ed Gargiulo, John Morace, Job Piston, Arnoud Verhaeghe, Nazli K. Williams