ALAC returns as the premier International Contemporary Art Fair of the West Coast at Barker Hangar in Santa Monica from January 26–29. The event offers an unrivaled perspective to the galleries and artists that shape Los Angeles’ position as one of the world’s preeminent art capitals.
The AKFF Team has been to this awesome art event many times and wants to share it with you, so you don’t miss out on this unique opportunity that includes over 60 local and international exhibitors, and welcomes a number of new galleries to the fair from Asia and Latin America.
Experience the experimental art/music/video/performance mashup, ANYTHING YOU SOW, curated byMarc LeBlanc, focusing on performative and time-based work by experimental composer William Basinski, screenings by video artist Pat O’Neill, a talk by performance artist Jasmine Nyende as well as Venice filmmaker Roger Corman and Mary Woronov in conversation with the film screening collective VEGGIECLOUD.
Check out on-site installations of local artists’ works, including Rafa Esparza and Timo Fahler, courtesy of Club Pro, as well as performances by Puppies Puppies.
Art Los Angeles Contemporary Hours:
Thursday, January 26 7–9pm
Friday, January 27, 11am–7pm
Saturday, January 28, 11am–7pm
Sunday, January 29, 11am–6pm
Tickets: ALAC Website & Box Office (at door)
AKFF TIP: Weekend Pass is $30 for Friday – Sunday
Exhibiting galleries present unique, dynamic works from their roster of represented artists, offering new ideas and directions taken in the world of art. The fair offers collectors, curators and enthusiasts a unique view of emerging ideas in contemporary art.
Barker Hangar is a historic arts venue in Santa Monica, California, located at the Santa Monica Airport.