Mark your calendar! January 30 to February 2, 2014, Art Los Angeles Contemporary will return to the historic Barker Hangar, in Santa Monica. The Hangar which was once the home to Howard Hughes private plane, is a cool and sophisticated venue for collectors, and art patrons to enjoy the LA art scene.
Now in its fifth year, ALAC has established it’s self as a player in the international art world. With 70 exhibitors presenting diverse and visually exciting work, this year’s fair will play host to galleries from New York, Miami, Portland, London, Cologne, Berlin, Paris, Oslo and Rome in addition to an exclusive roster of local galleries presenting some of the most dynamic works from their roster of artists.
Compelling highlights to look forward to at the fair will include a solo project by L.A. based sculptor Ruby Neriad, David Kordansky Gallery, a talk by legendary art critic and author Dave Hickey about his new book Pirates and Farmers and a full-booth installation at American Contemporary from New York based artist David Brooks.
The Opening night reception on January 30 promises to be a star studded event giving art lovers an opportunity to be the first on the block to view new and innovative contemporary works while sipping, snacking and networking with curators and gallery owners.
Friday, Saturday and Sunday, the fair will host a comprehensive programming series, including world class artist talks; museum curator let panel discussions, film screening and performance art. For the girls, Perrier will sponsor Vanity Projects, a New York based video and nail-art salon will set up shop offering complimentary manicures.