Exhibitors Announced for ALAC’s 10th Anniversary Edition

January 18, 2019

Art Los Angeles Contemporary Launches 10th Anniversary Edition with over 80 International Emerging and Established Galleries and Exhibitors.

We’re thrilled to invite you to ALAC’s 10th anniversary edition, with a new look, new architecture, and two new exhibitor sections. For ten years, ALAC has helped to solidify Los Angeles as an art epicenter, nurtured a generation of young collectors, and brought thousands of art-loving Angelenos together. ALAC’s 10th Edition will introduce the next generation of art galleries, as well as some of the most exciting established programs in the city, so you can experience hundreds of artworks by cutting-edge and established contemporary artists all under one roof. ALAC is LA’s art fair: content-forward, trusted but inventive, international and LA.

Join us for this extended, five-day cultural event from Wednesday, February 13 to Sunday, February 17. Check out the full list of exhibitors on our Exhibitor Page, and stay tuned for news on our reimagined floor design, as well as new “Salon” and Publishing sections.

See the Exhibitor List here.

Ajarb Bernard Ategwa, We day for attack, 2018, Painting - Acrylic on canvas, In two parts, 239.5 x 299.5 cm (95 x 118 in) and 239.5 x 100 cm (95 x 39 in), Overall, 240 x 400cm (95 x 156 in), Courtesy of Peres Projects

Mari Eastman, Untitled (Consequences), 2017-2018, Colored pencil on paper, 4 x 6in, Courtesy of the artist and RUSCHMAN


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