Opening Night of ALAC 2018 Brings Crowds, Refined Presentations

January 26, 2018

The VIP Preview and Opening Night Reception of the ninth edition of ALAC brought collectors, artists and enthusiasts

Art Los Angeles Contemporary opened its 2018 edition to what many said was one of the strongest editions of the fair, with refined exhibitor presentations and streams of collectors and art enthusiasts that came throughout the evening. The pop-up juice bar Tropics served their unique juices while also skating on a ramp installation throughout the run of the afternoon and evening, while Jesse Fleming’s video installation Jane the Baptist featured its score remixed live by Kid606 / Miguel de Pedro.

Guests at Opening Night of ALAC 2018. Photo by Michael Underwood

Guests at The Pit II booth (#B14) on Opening Night of ALAC 2018. Photo by Michael Underwood

The Tropics pop-up juice bar and skate ramp at the front entrance of ALAC 2018. Photo by Michael Underwood

Guests at Opening Night of ALAC 2018. Photo by Michael Underwood

Guests at Opening Night of ALAC 2018. Photo by Michael Underwood

Guests at the Ceysson & Bénétière booth (#C14) on Opening Night of ALAC 2018. Photo by Michael Underwood

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