Participants announced for curated Talks and Lectures program

December 28, 2015

Kenneth Anger, Charlie White, and more to appear in ALAC Theatre

Art Los Angeles Contemporary is pleased to announce the first of its talks, lectures, and performances curated for the fair’s upcoming seventh edition. Participants include filmmaker Kenneth Anger, artist Charlie White, and Rita Gonzalez, curator at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art.

“Overdubbed, dissonant, interior—Conversations With Myself—a romance thriller, a noir, Bill Evans’ album. Simply, a zoetrope of windows opening onto a city and its art: vast, hidden, consumed by change,” writes Marc LeBlanc, Curator of Events & Programming for Art Los Angeles Contemporary, of the program.

“Anecdotally driven, developed by artists and writers living in Los Angeles, the programming configures the city as a body with its own mind, as picaresque, as a fibrous warren of narratives that together present the city’s art community as one eschewing being about any one thing, but process itself.”

Visit our Events page for a current schedule of programming.

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