Website Relaunch & ALAC Journal

January 19, 2014

Gibb Slife ; Thick as a Brick ; 2012; Carved bass wood, acrylic, gold leaf paint, two readymade dictionaries; Courtesy Fitzroy Gallery

Art Los Angeles Contemporary gears up for its fifth edition with the re-launch of the official fair website. Designed as the online companion of the fairgoer, the website features artist and gallery spotlights, events listings, and news as it happens during the fair weekend.

In the month preceding the fair, up-to-date information about programming, events, exhibitors, and public announcements can be found in an expanded Press and Events sections. Critical insight into the fair is found in The Journal, an ongoing editorial project featuring original interviews and event coverage surrounding the 2014 edition of ALAC.

The Journal currently features an in-depth interview with David Brooks about a forthcoming presentation at American Contemporary, an essay about a new body of photographic work by John Houck at On Stellar Rays, and a dispatch from the silent auction benefitting the L.A. Artist Initiative.

With activities all over the Los Angeles landscape, including studio visits, collection tours, performances, and late-night parties, the Journal and Press sections of the website provide a comprehensive look at what it means to be here and take part in Art Los Angeles Contemporary.

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