December 28, 2015

Section for young galleries debuts at Art Los Angeles Contemporary 2016

We are delighted to debut a section for young galleries at Art Los Angeles Contemporary. Freeways presents a select group of galleries, all younger than four years old, showing solo and two-person projects at the fair. The section breaks with fair tradition and brings special attention to the next generation of emerging artistic talent.

This year’s Freeways galleries are ASHES/ASHES, Los Angeles; COOPER COLE, Toronto; Evelyn Yard, London; Gillmeier Rech, Berlin; Greene Exhibitions, Los Angeles; Louis B. James, New York; Michael Jon Gallery, Miami; MIER GALLERY, Los Angeles; Neumeister Bar-Am, Berlin; David Petersen Gallery, Minneapolis; Regards, Chicago; and SMART OBJECTS, Los Angeles.

For information about Freeways artists and projects visit our Exhibitors page.

Designs by Charles Hollis Jones, courtesy of Michael Jon Gallery

Derek Paul Boyle, Salt and Pennies, 2015, dye sublimation aluminum print, 36 x 60 inches, courtesy of Smart Objects

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