Art Los Angeles Contemporary

Art Los Angeles Contemporary

Art Los Angeles Contemporary

John Houck, Untitled #277_04, 2 colors, #D1D1E0, #FE696C,
2013. Creased archival pigment print, 16.5 x 13 inches. Courtesy
of On Stellar Rays.
November 29, 2013

January 30–February 2, 2014

Opening: Thursday, January 30, 7–9pm

The Barker Hangar
3021 Airport Avenue
Santa Monica, CA 90405
Friday, January 31, 11am–7pm
Saturday, February 1, 11am–7pm
Sunday, February 2, 11am–6pm

Art Los Angeles Contemporary, the international art fair of the West Coast, celebrates its fifth year at the Barker Hangar January 30 to February 2, 2014. The 2014 edition presents 70 established and emerging galleries from around the world, including an exclusive roster of Los Angeles galleries, offering an informed cross section of what is happening now in contemporary art making.

This year the fair expands its international roster to welcome new exhibitors from Berlin, Paris, Rome and New York. Société will present new work, which reflects the gallery’s visually diverse program, including a large-scale black and white painting from Brooklyn-based artist Ned Vena and a group of biomorphological sculptures from Berlin-based artist Timur Si-Qin. MONITOR will premiere a new short film from Nathaniel Mellors, an artist based in London and Amsterdam, as part of an installation including digital prints and paintings. Concurrent with a solo exhibition at the Hammer Museum the fair marks the first presentation of Mellors in Los Angeles. FOXY Production will show new ceramic sculpture and fabric collage from Sterling Ruby.

A number of participating galleries will present an array of compelling solo projects. American Contemporary presents a full-booth installation from New York-based artist David Brooks which subjects a series of found images to the modes of transport and install similar to those of invisible ecosystem services such as clean air and filtered water. On Stellar Rays presents new work from Los Angeles-based artist John Houck, which explores the dialectic between repetition and desire in contemporary technological culture. Houck’s creased inkjet prints will be featured as part of a solo exhibition at London’s Max Wigram Gallery this fall. Ibid. will show new large-scale paintings by Vienna-based artist Christian Rosa.
2014 Exhibitors
1301PE, Los Angeles / ACME., Los Angeles / Altman Siegel, San Francisco / American Contemporary, New York / Angles Gallery, Los Angeles / The Apartment, Vancouver BC / Galerie Balice Hertling, Paris* / Bill Brady KC, Kansas City* / David Castillo Gallery, Miami / China Art Objects Galleries, Los Angeles / Pilar Corrias, London / Ana Cristea Gallery, New York* / Thomas Duncan Gallery, Los Angeles / Derek Eller Gallery, New York / Et al. Projects, San Francisco* / Daniel Faria Gallery, Toronto / Zach Feuer Gallery, New York / Fitzroy Gallery, New York / Foxy Production, New York* / François Ghebaly Gallery, Los Angeles / Greene Exhibitions, Los Angeles* / Christopher Grimes Gallery, Santa Monica / Jack Hanley, New York / Hannah Hoffman Gallery, Los Angeles* / The Hole, New York / Ibid., London* / David Kordansky Gallery, Los Angeles / Galerie Christian Lethert, Cologne / Josh Lilley, London / LOYAL, Malmö / ltd Los Angeles, Los Angeles / Gallery Luisotti, Santa Monica / M+B, Los Angeles / moniquemeloche, Chicago / Monitor, Rome* / Mihai Nicodim Gallery, Los Angeles / Night Gallery, Los Angeles / On Stellar Rays, New York / One & J, Seoul / Paradise Row, London* / Parisian Laundry, Montreal* / Peres Projects, Berlin / Marc Selwyn Fine Art, Los Angeles / Joe Sheftel Gallery, New York / Tif Sigfrids, Los Angeles* / Fredric Snitzer Gallery, Miami / Société, Berlin* / Thomas Solomon Gallery, Los Angeles / Spinello Projects, Miami / Richard Telles Fine Art, Los Angeles* / Thierry Goldberg Gallery, New York / TORRI, Paris / UNTITLED, New York / Various Small Fires, Venice / Susanne Vielmetter Los Angeles Projects, Culver City / Jonathan Viner, London / Tracy Williams, New York / Workplace Gallery, Gateshead / Yautepec, Mexico City

*Indicates first-time exhibitors

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