Media Coverage 2014

Los Angeles Confidential : Invited

March 2014

Now in it’s fifth year, Art Los Angeles Contemporary returned to the Barker Hanger on Santa Monica with an impressive roster of both international and local contemporary art galleries.

W : All’s Fair For those on the art itinerary, last weekend, L.A. was the place to be.

February 5, 2014

The fifth annual Art Los Angeles Contemporary fair — or ALAC for short — was held at the Barker Hangar at the Santa Monica Airport, attracting more than 70 international, and mostly younger galleries, including, Peres Projects from Berlin, Standard from Oslo, Yautepec from Mexico City, or Joe Shefteland Zach Feuer from New York, as well as L.A. art world darlings such as Susanne Vielmetter and M+B Art, and the young Hannah Hoffmann.

Los Angeles I'm Yours : Five Years of Contemporary Art

January 27, 2014

There’s a lot happening this weekend. One of the most important items is the fifth coming of the Art Los Angeles Contemporary, our city’s contemporary art fair and—really—the only art happening in that world worth your time in town.

The Hollywood Reporter : The Hollywood Reporter previews Art Los Angeles Contemporary

January 16, 2014

Now in their fifth year, ALAC annually accommodates 70 booths, which is about a quarter the size of Art Basel. This makes for an unusually intimate fair -- about 12,000 people walked through the turnstiles last year -- which offers a less stressful experience for collectors, vendors, and visitors.

Hollywood Reporter : Art Los Angeles Contemporary Fair Now Open in Santa Monica

February 1, 2014

THR also spoke with Michael Ostin about what makes ALAC unique and valuable for collectors in Los Angeles. According to Ostin "I think it is more intimate, it is easier to navigate. It’s not overwhelming. It is very, very intelligently curated. And who doesn’t want to be in LA in January!

Angeleno Magazine : Arts & Power Issue: The Fair Player

December 1, 2013

Now in its fifth year, Art Los Angeles Contemporary is no longer the new kid on the block, growing into a mature, cultured player in the international art arena.