Voices in Contemporary Art (VoCA)

“The Long View: Connecting Through Relationships”

VoCA Artist Interview Workshop

Tuesday, January 28, 2020
at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art

Participants: Jen Mergel, Sam Redman, Suzanne Deal Booth, Gloria Sutton, Glenn Wharton


The Taste Divide: Baby Boomers vs. The Millennial

11am, Friday

ALAC Theatre
Art Los Angeles Contemporary
Barker Hangar
Santa Monica Airport

In the past year an abundance of press has been lavished upon the buying power, life style and design preferences of what has been referred to as The Millennial Generation; the peer group born between 1982 and 2002. They already account for an estimated 1.3 trillion dollars in direct spending, a figure that will reach its apex in the year 2030. Millennials are distinguished from older generations by their spending habits, brand preferences, values, personalities, and general outlook on life. Furthermore, they engage with brands far more extensively, personally, and emotionally— and in entirely different ways— than have other generations. Read more 


Suzanne Deal Booth Featured In Frieze Talks, Frieze Art Fair 2014

Frieze Art Fair

Talks on Collecting “in conversations”
Frieze Art Fair 2014, London
Features Suzanne Deal Booth, American collector
Thursday, 16 October
9:30 – 11am

Talks on Collecting are ‘in-conversations’ between eminent collectors and Louisa Buck, writer, broadcaster and correspondent for The Art Newspaper, taking place over breakfast in the VIP Room at Frieze London. This programme offers unique insight into what drives the world’s most active collectors, providing inspiration to established and emerging collectors alike. The casual setting encourages the sharing of stories, art world anecdotes, and great questions from the audience.

Frieze Talks is a daily programme of keynote lectures, panel debates and discussions, is presented by Frieze Projects in collaboration with frieze magazine. Frieze Talks 2014 will be curated by frieze editors Jörg Heiser, Christy Lange and Amy Sherlock.