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Here Is the Exhibitor List for Art Los Angeles Contemporary 2018

The opening night of Art Los Angeles Contemporary 2017.


Next month, Art Los Angeles Contemporary will once again take over the Barker Hanger in Santa Monica, California, and present a bounty of galleries from around the world, some of them no doubt pleased to be escaping wintry climates for some Golden State sunshine. This year, 67 galleries will be participating, including longtime local stalwarts such as David Kordansky Gallery, Ibid and Ghebaly Gallery. Other return clients include Jack Hanley from New York, Peres Projects from Berlin and Shane Campbell Gallery from Chicago.

But there are also some newcomers from various parts of the globe: Galerie Antoine Ertaskiran in Montréal, Instituto de Visión in Bogotá, LAZY Mike in Moscow, Revolver in Lima, and Vigo Gallery in London. And the Freeway sector, which focuses on young galleries, returns for the third year, and will feature exhibitors such as Marinaro from New York, Galerie Derouillon from Paris, and the North Little Rock outfit Good Weather.

“As the international art community looks towards Los Angeles as a new global epicenter, it is essential to have an event that draws upon a comprehensive notion of the city,” Tim Fleming, the fair’s founder and director, said in a release. “ALAC is a product of Los Angeles’ unique cultural community composed of an incredibly diverse array of artists, galleries, curators, institutions, collectors and enthusiasts.”

ALAC will hold an opening reception January 25, 2018, and opens to the public the following day.

The full list is below.

ALAC 2018 Exhibitor List:

10 Chancery Lane Gallery (Hong Kong)

313 Art Project (Seoul)

1301PE (Los Angeles)

AA|LA Gallery (Los Angeles)*

Louise Alexander Gallery (Porto Cervo)

Altman Siegel Gallery (San Francisco)

Peter Blake Gallery (Laguna Beach)

Shane Campbell Gallery (Chicago)

Edward Cella Art & Architecture (Los Angeles)

Ceysson & Bénétière (Geneva / Luxembourg / New York / Paris / Saint-Étienne)

China Art Objects Galleries (Los Angeles)

Club Pro (Los Angeles)*

Galerie Derouillon (Paris)*

DOCUMENT (Chicago)

Anat Ebgi (Los Angeles)

Galerie Antoine Ertaskiran (Montréal)

Gallery EXIT (Hong Kong)

Henrique Faria (Buenos Aires / New York)

Five Car Garage (Santa Monica)

Honor Fraser (Los Angeles)

Galerie Christophe Gaillard (Paris)

Asya Geisberg Gallery (New York)

Ghebaly Gallery (Los Angeles)

Good Weather (North Little Rock)*

Halsey McKay Gallery (East Hampton)*

Jack Hanley Gallery (New York)

The Hole (New York)

Ibid Gallery (Los Angeles)

Instituto de Visión (Bogotá)

Luis De Jesus Los Angeles (Los Angeles)

Kayne Griffin Corcoran (Los Angeles)

Lisa Kehler Art + Projects (Winnipeg)

Marie Kirkegaard Gallery (Copenhagen)

KLOWDEN MANN (Los Angeles)

David Kordansky Gallery (Los Angeles)

LAZY Mike (Moscow)

Josh Lilley (London)

M. LeBlanc (Chicago)*

M+B (Los Angeles)

Marinaro (New York)*

Miles McEnery Gallery (New York)

Meliksetian | Briggs (Los Angeles)

Nino Mier Gallery (Los Angeles)

Mixografia (Los Angeles)

Shulamit Nazarian (Los Angeles)

Nicodim Gallery (Los Angeles / Bucharest)

Night Gallery (Los Angeles)

Ochi Projects (Los Angeles)*

ODD ARK•LA (Los Angeles)

ONE AND J. Gallery (Seoul)

Parisian Laundry (Montréal)

Parker Gallery (Los Angeles)*

Peres Projects (Berlin)

The Pit (Los Angeles)

The Pit II feat. FriendsWithYou (Los Angeles)

Praz-Delavallade (Paris / Los Angeles)

Printed Matter (New York)

REGARDS (Chicago)

Rental Gallery (East Hampton)

Revolver Galería (Lima)

Reyes Projects (Metro Detroit)

Marc Selwyn Fine Art (Los Angeles)



Vermelho (São Paulo)

Susanne Vielmetter Los Angeles Projects (Los Angeles)

Vigo Gallery (London)

* Indicates Freeways exhibitor

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