Join Art Los Angeles Contemporary 2018 (ALAC) at the opening night of their ninth edition on January 25–28 for drinks and a first look the presentations of their 70+ local and international exhibitors at the Barker Hangar.
Art Los Angeles Contemporary is also pleased to present a comprehensive programming series that underscores the fair’s relationship to Los Angeles and its diverse cultural community through concerts, performances, talks and unique outreach activities throughout the ninth edition.
313 ART PROJECT, Gigisue, Father Still Life 23, 2017, Oil on canvas, 130.3 x 193.9 cm
Altman Siegel Gallery, Trevor Paglen, An Angel (Corpus: Spheres of Heaven) Adversarially Evolved Hallucination 2017; Dye sublimation metal print on Dibond; 68.3 x 54.6 cm; Courtesy of the Artist and Altman Siegel, San Francisco
Shane Campbell Gallery, David Leggett, Black Heaven. 2017; Ink and colored pencil on paper; 30 ½ x 30 ½ cm
China Art Objects Galleries, Leo Mock, ” ‘I would die for the stars’ she said” (Nut 1), 2017; Oil on Canvas; 45.7 x 61cm
Gallery EXIT, Lulu NGIE, Room for a breather, 2017; oil on canvas; 162 x 115 cm
Five Car Garage, Max Jansons, Mystic, Mystic V2, 19×16 1_2, oil on linen
The Hole, Eric Yahnker, The Way We Were, 2018, Oil pastel on sandpaper, 165 x 141 cm
LAZY Mike, Nikolay Koshelev, W1-4, 2015; oil on canvas; 194 x 246 cm
Josh Lilley, Peter Linde Busk, And sometimes that’s what life is, one vile fucking task after another, 2017, Marble, ceramics, hand painted glass, smalte, grout, lithographic stones, plaster,; 124 x 105 x 16 cm
Night Gallery, Claire Tabouret, Makeup (orange and blue), 2017, acrylic on wood panel, 61 x 45.5 cm, photo courtesy of Night Gallery and Claire Tabouret
Parisian Laundry, Janet Werner, Player, 2017, oil on canvas, 38 x 32″
Rental, Alteronce Gumby, Phobos, 2018, Oil on panel, 36 x 36 inches
Pierre Julien, Blue Print B-3, 2017; Acrylic, plaster, spay paint on gypsum; 24 X 20″ ; Photo credit: Galerie Nicolas Robert
Fredric Snitzer Gallery, Hiejin Yoo, Facing South home gets more sunlight, 2017, Flashe and Oil on canvas, 80 1/4 x 60 inches
Home to internationally-renown museums, art schools, galleries and a prodigious number of practicing artists, Los Angeles serves as the ideal landscape for a progressive, international contemporary art fair.
Featured image: ONE AND J. Gallery, Jung Lee, This is the End, 2016, C Type Print, 152x191cm.