Paige Silveria’s “Daisies” Lands in L.A.
Last weekend, “Daisies,” the traveling exhibition from the curator-producer Paige Silveria, made its West Coast debut during Frieze Los Angeles. The show marks the fifth iteration of Silveria’s series, which launched at Ian Schrager’s Public Arts in 2018 and has been building a die-hard following ever since (her 2021 event at a SoHo WeWork drew such ravenous crowds that even the likes of Julia Fox and Evan Mock were turned away at the door).
On display throughout the week in an expansive design home in the Hollywood Hills, “Daisies” L.A. features works from a mash-up of New York’s downtown multi-hyphenates including the fashion photographer Sandy Kim, the Surfbort frontwoman Dani Miller, the jewelry designer Emma Pryde, and ceramicist-turned-madcap confectioner Alli Gelles. The eclectic offering reflects the oddball sensibility that Silveria, a New York fixture who got her start as a nightlife photographer for Purple, has been honing over the series’ four-year run. Below, take a peek at “Daisies” L.A.