Based in Los Angeles, Price Latimer is an interdisciplinary artist, designer and curator for private residences, collections, public spaces and commercial projects. With over 20 years of experience, she works with a broad range of clients and collaborators on interiors, fine art, creative direction, branding, music, hospitality and entrepreneurial endeavors, while consulting on all things art and design related. Price’s mission is to share her passion and appreciation for art and design, guided by her critical eye and creative problem solving, to actualize out-of-the-ordinary projects and environments.
With a network of the most innovative resources throughout the world, the company offers a full spectrum of sales and services, all with the budgetary and aesthetic objectives of each client in mind. An amalgamator and coordinator, Price’s practice is firmly rooted in the concept of gesamtkunstwerk (“total work of art” or “synthesis of the arts”). Making use of numerous art forms and media, Price deftly embraces the challenge of integrating many details into a total spatial experience, in a thoroughly organic way, while maintaining the ability to see the big picture.
For example, Pizzanista!—the downtown-LA restaurant that she co-founded and served as Chief Creative Officer from 2010-2019—garnered a cult following and much critical acclaim. The beloved Arts District institution has been featured in esteemed press outlets such as Vogue, GQ, The History Channel, The Food Network, CNN, Los Angeles Times, VICE Munchies: Chefs’ Night Out, Eater LA and Popeye Magazine (Japan).
Price received a B.F.A. from the Rhode Island School of Design. She has also completed courses at Parsons School of Design in Paris and Brown University, as well as pursued studies abroad in New Zealand and San Miguel de Allende, Mexico. While attending RISD, she worked in New York City for acclaimed neo-conceptualist painter Peter Halley and his magazine, Index. After relocating to Los Angeles in 2000, she worked as Associate Director of ACE Gallery, then as Manager of the cutting-edge Italian furniture company, Kartell. There, she consulted with architects and interior designers to furnish everything from private residences and offices to distinguished restaurants and large-scale hotels. As an independent curator, she has organized solo and group art exhibitions in London, Los Angeles and Marfa, TX. She is currently completing the Interior Design program at Parsons School of Design.
2022 — Parsons School of Design, Interior Design
2000 — Rhode Island School of Design, BFA
1995 — Parsons School of Design Paris, Beaux Arts
American Society of Interior Designers (ASID)
NON-PROFITS / BOARDS
2019 – present
Event & Fundraising Committee for P.S. Arts
2016 – present
Event Committee for Inner City Arts
2018 – present
Advisory Committee for Artist-in-Residence program at Los Angeles Cleantech Incubator
2009 – 2015
Board of Trustees of the Santa Monica Museum of Art
(now Institute of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles)
Served as President and Vice-President of the Board, helping to oversee the museum’s governance, legal and fiduciary compliance, fundraising and development in order to realize the museum’s mission of fostering diversity, innovation and discovery in contemporary art.
2008 – 2010
Board of Directors of the MOCA Contemporaries
Vice-President of the Board, 2009. Served on the young professionals support council of The Museum of Contemporary Art Los Angeles, providing financial support for the museum through a variety of fundraising programs and cultivated future leadership for MOCA by nurturing the next generation of art collectors.