Solo Projects presented at Art Los Angeles Contemporary

December 12, 2012

ALAC 2013 hosted numerous solo projects from International exhibitors with booths including painting, functional furniture, sculpture and installation. Solo presentations became integrated onto the floor of the fair to provide a unique, focused presentation from participating galleries.

Ry Rocklen; Second to None, 2011; Trophies, trophy parts, wood; 94.5 x 146 x 39 inches; Photographed by Adam Reich

Tala Madani; Red Interrogation, 2012; Oil on linen; 16 x 20.25 inches

Dan Gunn; Fan, 2012; Acrylic stain, polyurethane and Luan; 18 x 24 inches; Courtesy the artist and moniquemeloche, Chicago

Yunhee Min; Attraction #17, 2010; Acrylic on canvas; 77 3/4 x 124 inches; Courtesy of Susanne Vielmetter Los Angeles Projects; Photo credit: Robert Wedemeyer

Clara Montoya

Clara Montoya ; Sherehezade II ; Mixed media, Sculpture with performance, 2012; 450 x 900 x 630 cm; (Akademie der Kunste, Berlín 2012)

Julia Goldman; Guinevere, halves 1, 2012; Oil on canvas; 21 x 18 inches

Richard Jackson; Untitled (Multiple); photograph on aluminum; 78.74 x 39.37 inches; Edition of 5; Photography: Fredrik Nilsen

Rob McLeish; Untitled, from the series \'Gravity Stole My Eyelid\', 2012; Pencil and collage on paper ; 11.7 x 8.3 inches

David Korty; Untitled; Oil, ink and paper on canvas

Ryan Perez; Grey Bottoms #2, 2012; Archival print; 50.5 x 40.5 inches; Edition of 3 + 2AP

Sean Kennedy; Untitled, 2012; Popcorn texture and acrylic paint on security grille; 84 x 60 inches; Photo: Lee Thompson

Adam Henry; Untitled (cpt #4), 2012; Synthetic polymers on linen; 19 x 16 inches; Courtesy of the artist and Joe Sheftel Gallery, New York

Julia Goldman, American Contemporary, New York
Dan Gunn, moniquemeloche, Chicago
Richard Jackson, David Kordansky, Los Angeles
Rob McLeish, Neon Parc, Melbourne
David Korty, Night Gallery, Los Angeles
Tala Madani, Pilar Corrias, London
Sean Kennedy, Thomas Duncan Gallery, Los Angeles
Ry Rocklen, UNTITLED, New York and Thomas Solomon Gallery, Los Angeles
Adam Henry, Joe Sheftel Gallery, New York
Yunhee Min, Susanne Vielmetter Los Angeles Projects, Los Angeles
Ryan Perez, Yautepec, Mexico City
Clara Montoya, Galería Marta Cervera, Madrid

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