December 26, 2017

The Freeways section returns with young galleries including AA|LA, Club Pro, Good Weather, M. LeBlanc and Marinaro

Mariel Capanna presented by Good Weather, Freeways 2018

Mariel Capanna, "Little Stone, Open Home", 2017, Fresco, 8' x 11' x 22', Courtesy of the artist and Good Weather.

Art Los Angeles 2018 is pleased to welcome the third year of its Freeways section, which offers galleries less than 4 years old the opportunity to present one or two person projects. The section presents new artists and galleries to Los Angeles’ art community, offering a voice to new projects across emerging and established art centers throughout the world.

For the 2018 fair, ALAC welcomes nine local and international galleries to the Freeways section. These include AA|LA Gallery (Los Angeles), Club Pro (Los Angeles), Galerie Derouillon (Paris), Good Weather (North Little Rock), Halsey McKay Gallery (East Hampton), M. Le Blanc (Chicago) , Marinaro (New York), Ochi Projects (Los Angeles) and Parker Gallery (Los Angeles).

View our Exhibitors page for more information on exhibiting Freeways galleries and artists.


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