Art Los Angeles Contemporary
The Barker Hangar
3021 Airport Avenue, Santa Monica, CA 90405
Opening Night: January 26, 7–9 pm
Regular Hours:
January 27-28, 11 am – 7 pm
January 29, 11 am – 6 pm

Art Los Angeles Contemporary, now in its eighth year, returns to the Barker Hanger this January 27-29, with an opening night reception on January 26. Art Los Angeles Contemporary features both emerging and established exhibitors, with a focus on Los Angeles galleries though the fair also includes galleries from Hong Kong, London, Berlin, New York, Chicago, San Francisco, and other cities as well. Exhibitors include 1301PE (Los Angeles), Michael Benevento (Los Angeles), Cherry and Martin (Los Angeles), Ever Gold [Projects] (San Francisco), Martos Gallery (New York), Peres Projects (Berlin), Ratio 3 (San Francisco), and Yautepec (Mexico City). Freeways, a section of the fair now in its second year, is reserved for emerging galleries presenting solo and two-person projects. This year’s Freeways section includes Alter Space (San Francisco), Club Pro (Los Angeles), EIGEN + ART Lab (Berlin), Jenny’s (Los Angeles), Park View (Los Angeles), PPC Philipp Pflug Contemporary (Frankfurt), Queer Thoughts (New York), and TIF SIGFRIDS (Los Angeles).

Art Los Angeles Contemporary also presents a program of artist talks, panel discussions, film screenings, and performances, taking place both on site at the fair and at satellite locations throughout the city; the full list of exhibitors and a schedule of events are now available on the Art Los Angeles Contemporary website.

Petra Cortright, CalamariKontractsCAJUNsmokerDisease_on_MainboardLXProII.MajikTheGathering, 2016. Vibrachrome and digital painting on anodized aluminum, 56 x 40 inches. Unique. On view at ALAC 2017 with Ever Gold [Projects] (San Francisco).


Richard Misrach, Cabbage Crop Near Brownsville, Texas, 2015. Archival pigment print, 60 x 80 inches. Edition of 5. On view at ALAC 2017 with Marc Selwyn Fine Art (Los Angeles).


Joe Bradley, Untitled (detail), 2006. Acrylic on canvas, in five parts, 76.5 x 60 inches. On view at ALAC 2017 with Peres Projects (Berlin).


Jibade-Khalil Huffman, Laying on Hands, 2016. Inkjet print on canvas, 30 x 23 inches. On view at ALAC 2017 with Anat Ebgi (Los Angeles).


Matthew Craven, 9HORNS, 2016. Found image and ink on found poster, 45 x 35 inches. On view at ALAC 2017 with Asya Geisberg Gallery (New York).