Art Los Angeles Contemporary, the International Contemporary Art Fair of the West Coast, returns for its seventh edition on January 28–31, 2016, at The Barker Hangar in Santa Monica, California, the pivotal weekend in Los Angeles’s contemporary art calendar. Drawing over 15,000 visitors in 2015, ALAC continues to reflect the pace of Los Angeles as the fastest growing art market, with rapid expansion as an international force in the art world.
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Saturday, January 30, 11am–7pm
1-Day Pass $24
3-Day Pass $30
What: Art Los Angeles Contemporary
Where: Barker Hanger, 3021 Airport Ave., SM 90405
When: Sat Jan 30 11am–7pm
stARTup Art Fair’s Los Angeles debut will commence on Friday, January 29, at 12PM PDT, and will run through Sunday, January 31 at 7PM PDT. Fair visitors are invited to come and tour the transformed rooms and discover the work of contemporary artists from across the United States. The boutique Highland Gardens Hotel rooms will be occupied by exhibiting artists, several small collectives and the fair’s exhibiting partners, offering viewers an intimate experience with the artwork and direct access to the artists.
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Fri, Jan 29 at 12pm – Sun, Jan 31 at 7pm
$15.00 USD – Regular General Admission Ticket (thru Jan 31, 2016) $20 at door
$10.00 USD – Regular Student/Senior Ticket with I.D. (thru – Jan 31, 2016) $15 at door.
Three Day General Admission Pass $40 at door
What: startUp Art Fair
Where: Highland Gardens Hotel, 7047 Franklin Ave, Los Angeles, CA
When: Saturday January 30 – Noon to 9pm
Fabrik Expo–a new art fair focused on the convergence of art, design & architecture–will open with a benefit for Inner-City Arts (ICA) on January 29, 2016. An artist-centric show, Fabrik Expo and Inner-City Arts are committed to supporting creativity among today’s emerging artists.
Fabrik Expo takes place from January 29-31, 2016.
Official Fair times are: Sat January 30 11am-7pm; Sun January 31, 11am-5pm. Day passes are $20 and weekend passes are $30; Vip $50; For additional information, or to purchase tickets, visit the website.
What: Fabrik Expo
Where: Willow Studios, 1320 Palmetto Street, Los Angeles, CA 90013
When: Saturday, January 30 11am-7pm
Another art fair…Classic Photographs Los Angeles has been taking place for the past seven years and will be held today and tomorrow at Bonhams, 7601 Sunset Blvd, LA, CA, 90046. Cross-street: Sunset and North Curson. Bus Stops: North Stanley and Sunset. Admission $10; Students $5; Saturday 11am-7pm.
One more art fair – this ones a bit rustic – ode to burning man…Head to Paramount Ranch (2903 Cornell Road Agoura Hills, CA 91301), an outdoor art fair featuring both music and art taking place from January 30—31, 2016 – 11am—5pm; $10 admission (cash only); free for students. Check out the FB Page.
Royale Projects LA (432 S. Alameda St.) hosts a group show titled “Hello My Name Is…Los Angeles” from 4-7:30pm. There are some later events below happening downtown as well.
Join the Downtown Los Angeles Art Walk for Night on Broadway, an evening of food, entertainment, arts and culture celebrating 8 years of Councilmember José Huizar’s “Bringing Back Broadway” initiative. This wildly popular event is free for people of all ages.
In its 2nd consecutive year participating in the event, the Downtown Los Angeles Art Walk is curating the block of Broadway between 4th and 5th Streets. Focusing on hyper-local talent showcasing eighty artists. Te Art Walk will be hosting site-specific activations by Downtown artists, as well as performances, video presentations, and live art throughout the evening.
Some of our favorite local artists will participate such as Debi Cable. You can find Cable at the 543 Spring ST Arcade with ARt Share. I have been following Debi’s career for quite some time now. She does incredible never before seen 3D installations. Here’s what Debi has to say… “I will have a small 3d installation on the Broadway side of the Arcade gonna be a great Night For LA!!!”
See image: Debi Cable 3D installation at the Beverly Hills artSHOW this past October (yes that is me – photo taken by Debi Cable.
Come on out and show support to all these amazing artists, musicians, dancers and performers.
The event runs from 5-11pm and will take place at a variety of venues. Visit the website for details – http://nightonbroadway.la/
In Santa Monica…Bergamot Station hosts a few art events…Lora Schlesinger Gallery (B5b) features a new exhibition from 5-7pm.
TAG Gallery, (D3) celebrates new exhibitions from 5-8pm.
Also at Bergamot…
The William Turner Gallery is pleased to announce our upcoming solo exhibition, Jimi Gleason : Surface and Light. Jimi Gleason’s paintings are enigmatic. They emphasize seductive surfaces, which reveal no trace of traditional paint application.
See image: Untitled (BRONZE), 2015, silver deposit and acrylic on canvas, 72″ x 60″
These mysterious surfaces are highly reactive to light, position and viewer – acting as catalysts for shifting perceptions. They are immediately understandable as paintings, though it’s difficult to imagine how they were created. Through the use of non-traditional materials and luminescent silver deposit, Gleason creates works that inspire an intimate reflection on the essence of how we perceive and experience the world around us.
On View: January 30th – March 19th
What: Closing reception
Where: William Turner Gallery, Bergamot Station, 2525 Michigan Ave, E1, SM
When: 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Phone: 310 453 0909
Building Bridges Art Exchange offers a reception for artist Riccardo Mannelli as well as LA Art Show after party starting at 7:30 pm.
In Hollywood…UFO Space (1215 N. Highland Ave., LA 90038) presents “Plastic Beach” from 5-10pm.
In Hollywood…DIANE ROSENSTEIN (831 North Highland Ave., LA 90038) debuts new work from 6-8pm.
Kayne Griffin Corcoran is pleased to announce an exhibition of work by Jiro Takamatsu.
See image: Jiro Takamatsu, Compound, 1977, Pencil on paper, 10 1/2 x 15 1/4 inches © The Estate of Jiro Takamatsu
This will be the first solo exhibition by Japanese artist, Jiro Takamatsu (1936–1998), with a gallery in the greater Los Angeles area. The exhibition will include a monumental sculptural work, Rusty Ground, originally exhibited in Documenta 6 (1977), a selection of paintings from the “Shadow” series, a large number of drawings from categorically different stages in the artist career, as well as photographs.
On view: January 30 – March 26, 2016
What: Opening reception
Where: Kayne Griffin Corcoran, 1201 South La Brea Ave., LA (between Olympic and San Vincente.
When: 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm
“Thunder in our Hearts” is a small-works show featuring artists working at the intersection of sound, video, performance, and installation.
Taking its title from “Running up that Hill” by Kate Bush, the exhibition focuses on tiny works with large impact, small gestures, intimacy, coldness, brief connections, lights, flickers, and tones. Participating artists include: Robert Andrade, Banrei, Brian Benfer, Cindy Santos Bravo, Einar & Jamex de la Torre, Don Edler, Dave Ghilarducci, Brian Goeltzenleuchter, Marina Grize, Gordon Holden, Debby & Larry Kline, Davin Kyle Knight, Alex Kohnke, Angele Lebert, Nicholas Lesley, Omar Lopex, Justin Manor, Carolina Montejo, Margaret Noble, Sean Noyce, Don Porcella, Jason Sherry, Ali Silverstein, Suzanne Thorpe, Katya Usvitsky, and Perry Vasquez.
This exhibition is curated by San Diego-based curator and San Diego Art Institute Director Ginger Shulick Porcella. Porcella’s exhibitions have been positively reviewed in The New York Times and USA Today, and her work has been featured in Hyperallergic, creem magazine, The LA Times, and Modern Painters.
On view: January 30 – February 28
What: Opening reception
Where: Noysky Projects, 6727 Hollywood Blvd., LA
When: 6:00pm – 9:00pm
Culver City offers several openings…China Art Objects Galleries (6086 Comey Ave.), features a solo exhibit from 6-8pm.
Anat Ebgi (2660 La Cienega Blvd., LA 90034) debuts new work from 6-8pm.
Edward Cella Art & Architecture is pleased to announce New Works, a two-person exhibition featuring hand-formed and assembled terra cotta and steel sculptures by David Hicks, and gestural, abstract paintings by Chris Trueman.
See image: David Hicks, Construction (dark hue), 2015, Ceramic and Stainless Steel, 21″ x 15″ x 16″
Both artists received MFA’s from schools renowned for programs in their respective media; Hicks, an MFA graduate of the esteemed New York State College of Ceramics at Alfred University, and Trueman, an MFA graduate of Claremont Graduate University, California, its process-based counterpart in painting. Hicks and Trueman, though working within divergent media and material-based practices, share a similar preoccupation with the expressive possibilities of surface.
On view: January 30 – March 5, 2016
What: Art reception
Where: Edward Cella, 2754 S. La Cienega Blvd
When: 6:00pm -8pm
Phone: (323) 525-0053
Fabien Castanier Gallery is excited to announce our upcoming group exhibition TRANSBORDER featuring the work of Rero (FR), Cyrcle (US), Jan Kaláb (CR), Ox (FR), Aníbal Vallejo (CO), and Andrey Zignnatto (BR). Rero will curate the group exhibition, bringing together a collective of artists from different backgrounds, all working to create a discourse across boundaries.
See image: OX, Strapped Cloud, wood and straps, 39 x 53 in. (100x135cm) 2015
This exhibition centers around artists who challenge the idea of boundaries within art, both physical and ideological borders. Each artist presents new work for TRANSBORDER, examining the transitory elements of shape, color, form, and context within art making. The group exhibition takes a survey of how the language of both abstraction and figurative form can be conveyed throughout vastly different corners of the world. Across borders of both time and space, these artists have created connectivity and conversation through creation.
What: Opening Reception
Where: Fabien Castanier Gallery, 2919 La Cienega Blvd. Culver City, CA 90232
When: 6:00pm – 9:00pm
Luis De Jesus Los Angeles is pleased to present a collaborative exhibition featuring JOSH REAMES and JOSÉ LERMA, on view from , 2016. An artists’ reception will take place on Saturday, January 30th, from 7-10 pm.
See image: Josh Reames and José Lerma, detail of Untitled I, center panel, 2016, acrylic on canvas, 120 x 96 in.
Using the gallery as their studio during the month of January, Reames and Lerma have created a group of paintings and sculpture whose centerpiece is a pair of monumental paintings (composed of two triptychs) that measure 10 x 24 feet each (over 3 x 7 meters). It started with Josh Reames painting a single palm tree and quickly evolved into a metaphorical landscape inspired by the Cayman Inlands – a Caribbean paradise and tax haven with a history of piracy.
Where: Luis De Jesus Los Angeles, 2685 S. La Cienega Blvd., LA 90034
When: 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm
David Kordansky Gallery (5130 W. Edgewood Pl., LA, 90019), celebrates three new exhibitions with a reception from 6-9pm.
Back downtown…there are a few more events taking place. Wilding Cran Gallery (939 S. Santa Fe Ave., LA 90021), hosts a reception from 6-8pm.
MAMA Gallery (1242 Palmetto St., LA 90013), throws an art party from 6-9pm.
Untitled Project Space (707 Mateo St., LA 90021), hosts a reception from 6-8pm.
Or Head West ….
Trunk Gallery presents the work of artist Lee Ann Goya (aka Leebs) in “Attune: the lyrical world of Leebs,” an exhibition of art that is as much a product of music as of imagination.
See image: Leebs, Kazoo sitting in front of mural
Leebs’ artwork is pure, free form expressionism originating from her mind and spirit while listening to bebop and jazz music (Charles Mingus, Ornette Coleman, Sonny Rollins, Clifford Brown, to name a few). Her movements, while she works, “seem to be guided by the energy of the music.” This energy is evident in the pictorial compositions. The work also flaunts a playfulness, figuratively and literally – vivid exploding colors; paint that is smeared or splashed; numbers and symbols that are scrawled, carved or written; the use of feathers, fringe and wire; (and one of her latest creations) a remote-control ‘art-critter-mobile.’
On view: January 30th – February 21st
What: Opening reception
Where: Trunk Gallery, 12818 Venice Blvd., LA 90066
When: 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm