ART LOS ANGELES CONTEMPORARY ART FAIR CELEBRATED 10TH ANNIVERSARY

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Art Los Angeles Contemporary, the International Contemporary Art fair of the West Coast, (ALAC) was held February 13–17, 2019. The tenth edition of the fair featured top established and emerging galleries from around the world, with a strong focus on Los Angeles galleries.

Participants presented some of the most dynamic recent works from their roster of represented artists and offered an informed view on contemporary art making. The fair also hosted a comprehensive, curated programming series of world-class artist talks, panel discussions, film screenings, and performances.

Tim Fleming, ALAC’s Founder and Fair Director said, “After ten years, I recognize the impact we have made locally and internationally. To walk into a collector’s home and see work from a past edition of our fair is such a pleasure because it solidifies for me how we’ve achieved our mission by supporting galleries and informing collections. Our 10th anniversary is a chance for us to recommit to who we are: content-forward, trusted but inventive, international and LA.

Our work is really about putting together the best program of established and emerging galleries, to show off the best of LA and around the globe. We feel spoiled by the number of visionaries we get to collaborate with, from new galleries with audacious programming to respected partners we’ve worked with from ALAC’s beginning a decade ago.”

Haley Josephs (Photo by Fahren Feingold)

Contributing editor, Fahren Feingold, attending ALAC on behalf of The Untitled Magazine, and reported, “First arriving at ALAC, you get a sense of preparation. Artists at their respective booths were open and welcoming, galleries were friendly and made an effort to engage with anyone walking into their booths; they never felt too cluttered or too empty. There were galleries from different areas of the U.S. and the world including LA, NY, Chicago, Canada, Mexico, and Europe – making of it a fluidity of different perspectives.

Regarding the art, there was an eclectic mix of paintings and sculptures; something for everyone. Stand out artists included: Anna Jenson: Pink Sculptures; Corey Lynn Tetz; Haley Josephs with Jack Barrett Gallery; Laura Krifka who has an upcoming solo show; Amir H Fallah with Shulamit Nazarian; and Mathew Stone with The Hole.”

List of Exhibitors:
10 Chancery Lane Gallery, HONG KONG
1301PE, LOS ANGELES
1969 Gallery, NEW YORK
AA|LA Gallery, LOS ANGELES
Louise Alexander Gallery, PORTO CERVO
As-Is.LA, LOS ANGELES
AWHRHWAR, LOS ANGELES
Jack Barrett, NEW YORK
Peter Blake Gallery, LAGUNA BEACH
Bortolami, NEW YORK
Ceysson & Bénétière, PARIS / LUXEMBOURG / NEW YORK / SAINT ÉTIENNE
Clages, COLOGNE
Luis De Jesus Los Angeles, LOS ANGELES
Galerie Derouillon, PARIS
DOCUMENT, CHICAGO
Downs & Ross, NEW YORK
Ever Gold [Projects], SAN FRANCISCO
FALSE FLAG, NEW YORK
Functional Art Gallery, BERLIN
Galeria Mascota, MEXICO
Gildar Gallery, DENVER
Gilles Drouault Galerie, PARIS
Good Weather, NORTH LITTLE ROCK
Halsey McKay Gallery, EAST HAMPTON
Richard Heller Gallery, LOS ANGELES
The Hole, NEW YORK
Lisa Kehler Art + Projects, WINNIPEG
GALERIE PARISA KIND, FRANKFURT
Marie Kirkegaard Gallery, COPENHAGEN
Klowden Mann, CULVER CITY
the Landing, LOS ANGELES
The Lapis Press, CULVER CITY
Josh Lilley, LONDON
Gallery Luisotti, SANTA MONICA
M+B, LOS ANGELES
Marinaro, NEW YORK
Philip Martin Gallery, LOS ANGELES
Meliksetian | Briggs, LOS ANGELES
Mixografia, LOS ANGELES
Mrs., MASPETH
Shulamit Nazarian, LOS ANGELES
Ochi Projects, LOS ANGELES
ODD ARK•LA, LOS ANGELES
Over the Influence, LOS ANGELES
PACT, PARIS
PRISKA PASQUER, COLOGNE
Peres Projects, BERLIN
Pola Magnetyczne, WARSAW
Praz-Delavallade, PARIS / LOS ANGELES
Regards, CHICAGO
Reserve Ames, LOS ANGELES
Roberts Projects, LOS ANGELES
RUSCHMAN, CHICAGO
Safe Gallery, BROOKLYN
Situations, NEW YORK
STARKWHITE, AUCKLAND
Stems Gallery, BRUSSELS
Rob Tufnell, LONDON / COLOGNE
Union Pacific, LONDON
UVestudios, BUENOS AIRES
VI, VII, OSLO
VIGO GALLERY, LONDON
Grant Wahlquist Gallery, PORTLAND
Western Exhibitions, CHICAGO
ANNA ZORINA GALLERY, NEW YORK
The Academy
Acapella, NAPLES
careva contemporary, RIGA
Castiglioni, MILAN / SAO PAULO
Lisa Kandlhofer, VIENNA
KLEMM’S, BERLIN
O-Town House, LOS ANGELES
Opdahl, STAVANGER
PPC Philipp Pflug Contemporary, FRANKFURT
Bonny Poon, PARIS
Roman Road, LONDON
Galerie Thomas Schulte, BERLIN
Setareh, DÜSSELDORF
SMART OBJECTS, LOS ANGELES
Sweetwater, Berlin, BERLIN
Weiss Berlin, BERLIN
Moveable Types
Accattone, BRUSSELS
Art Los Angeles Reader, LOS ANGELES
Bartleby & Co., BRUSSELS
Case Publishing, TOKYO
fivehundred places, BERLIN
GAGARIN, ANTWERP
Hotel, LONDON
Humboldt Books, MILAN
Juan De La Cosa, MEXICO CITY
Lodret Vandret / One Thousand Books, COPENHAGEN / BERLIN
Lovely Daze, TAIPEI
MER. Paper Kunsthalle, GHENT
mono.kultur, BERLIN
Night Diver Press, OAKLAND
Onomatopee, EINDHOVEN
OSMOS, NEW YORK
Printed Matter, Inc, NEW YORK
WAAP, VANCOUVER
X Artists’ Books, LOS ANGELES
Zulu Press, BRUSSELS / MEXICO CITY


On-site coverage and slideshow of images by Fahren Feingold for The Untitled Magazine

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