Art Los Angeles Contemporary, better known as ALAC, kicked off ALAC 2019 by celebrating its 10th anniversary with a star-studded crowd of artists, collectors, curators and art patrons from all across the globe. The international contemporary art fair is set to run through February 17th with a focus on Los Angeles galleries and artists.
With deep roots in the Los Angeles community, this year’s fair has brought together over 100 established and emerging galleries across Southern California. This year, the fair aims to reconnect with its roots — the City of Angels.
“Our 10th anniversary is a chance for us to recommit to who we are: content-forward, international and LA.” Director Tim Fleming said.
Situated in the heart of Santa Monica at Barker Hangar, ALAC will showcase work from architectural design firm Olson Kundig, Willo Perron & Associates, New Zeland gallery Starkwhite, Western Exhibitions, Elijah Burgher, John Opera and more.
The 5-day fair will run until February 17th from 11 a.m. – 6 p.m. at the Barket Hanger in Santa Monica.