November 28, 2011 - Art Los Angeles Contemporary (ALAC) - Art Los Angeles Contemporary
November 28, 2011

Art Los Angeles Contemporary

Judy Chicago, Lloyd Hamrol, and Eric Orr, “Disappearing Environment #1,” Century City, January 1968.
Photo: Lloyd Hamrol.

Art Los Angeles Contemporary

The Barker Hangar

3021 Airport Avenue

Santa Monica, CA 90405

Fair Hours:
Friday, January 20, 11am–7pm
Saturday, January 21, 11am–7pm
Sunday, January 22, 11am–6pm

Opening Night:
Thursday, January 19, 7–9 pm

www.artlosangelesfair.com

The 2012 edition of Art Los Angeles Contemporary returns to the Barker Hangar at the Santa Monica Air Center from January 19–22. ALAC has quickly established itself as the premiere contemporary art fair of the West Coast and in January will again present 70 established blue-chip and top emerging galleries from the US and abroad. The fair continues its tradition of highlighting the L.A. art scene with the participation of a significant number of leading Los Angeles galleries as well as an accompanying series of performances, panels, and screenings featuring iconic L.A. artists and rising local figures.

January 2012 marks an exciting chapter of the celebration of Pacific Standard Time, Art in L.A.: 1945–1980, an initiative of the Getty with arts institutions across Southern California celebrating the birth of the LA art scene. On January 19, the 11-day Pacific Standard Time Performance and Public Art Festival kicks off at the opening night of Art Los Angeles Contemporary with Disappearing Environments, a public art installation performed by Judy Chicago, Lloyd Hamrol, and Eric Orr in 1968, will be reactivated and reinterpreted by Materials & Applications in collaboration with internationally renowned artist Judy Chicago and participants from the local community. Twenty-five tons of dry ice formations will shroud the environment in fog until the pieces ultimately vanish.

An accompanying performance illuminating the installation will take place at dusk on January 19. The installation continues to evolve as it evaporates over the four day fair.

Exhibitors 2012
1301PE LOS ANGELES
ACE Gallery LOS ANGELES
ACME. LOS ANGELES
Altman Siegel SAN FRANCISCO
American Contemporary NEW YORK
Angles Gallery LOS ANGELES
Clifton Benevento LOS ANGELES / NEW YORK
Josée Bienvenu Gallery NEW YORK
Brand New Gallery MILAN
Brennan & Griffin NEW YORK
Cardi Black Box MILAN
Galería Marta Cervera MADRID
Cherry and Martin LOS ANGELES
China Art Objects Galleries LOS ANGELES
Thomas Duncan Gallery LOS ANGELES
Fitzroy Gallery NEW YORK
Honor Fraser LOS ANGELES
Gasser Grunert NEW YORK
François Ghebaly Gallery LOS ANGELES
Jack Hanley Gallery NEW YORK
Highlight Gallery SAN FRANCISCO
The Hole NEW YORK
Jancar Gallery LOS ANGELES
Tristian Koenig VICTORIA
David Kordansky Gallery LOS ANGELES
Lawrimore Project SEATTLE
LM Projects LOS ANGELES
ltd los angeles LOS ANGELES
Gallery Luisotti SANTA MONICA
M+B LOS ANGELES
mother’s tankstation DUBLIN
New Galerie PARIS
Mihai Nicodim Gallery LOS ANGELES
Night Gallery LOS ANGELES
ONE AND J. Gallery SEOUL
Ooga Booga LOS ANGELES
Peres Projects BERLIN
Quint Contemporary Art LA JOLLA
Andrew Rafacz CHICAGO
Redling Fine Art LOS ANGELES
Romer Young SAN FRANCISCO
Marc Selwyn Fine Art LOS ANGELES
Silverman Gallery SAN FRANCISCO
Fredric Snitzer Gallery MIAMI
Thomas Solomon Gallery LOS ANGELES
Steve Turner Contemporary LOS ANGELES
UNTITLED NEW YORK
Susanne Vielmetter LOS ANGELES
Daniel Weinberg Gallery LOS ANGELES
annie wharton los angeles LOS ANGELES
Tracy Williams, Ltd. NEW YORK
Workplace Gallery GATESHEAD
Yautepec Gallery MEXICO CITY
Jerome Zodo Contemporary MILAN
Zürcher Paris / New York PARIS / NEW YORK

Independent Publishers
Artbook | D.A.P. NEW YORK / LOS ANGELES
Kaleidoscope MILAN
Mousse MILAN
Printed Matter NEW YORK
RAM Publications LOS ANGELES

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