This week for the Eighth year Art Los Angeles Contemporary, hosted at Barker Hangar in Santa Monica, kicks off Thursday. The fair boasts 60+ international and local galleries and additional performance art programming. To get you started, we’ve listed our Top 10 galleries and artists we’re looking forward to seeing this weekend.
M+B, Booth E2
Jesse Stecklow, Text Trap iii, 2016, photograph, fly tape, stainless steel foil, vinyl, aluminum, stainless steel tray and lid, 15-1/2 x 11-1/2 x 1-1/2 inches
Nicodim Gallery, Booth C12
Simphiwe Ndzube, Torchbearers, 2016; found objects, collage and acrylics on canvas; 82 x 96 x 11 in
Alter Space, Booth F6
Koak, Blonde, 2016, Pigment, chalk, and milk casein on rag paper mounted to panel. 60 x 48 inches.
Clint Roenisch, Booth B16
Marvin Luvualu Antonio, Pink Matter, 2015; acrylic on mirror; unique; 40” x 30”; signed and titled in ink on the reverse; photo courtesy Clint Roenisch Gallery
Cherry and Martin, Booth D8
Holly Coulis, Yellow Light, Seated Woman, 2015; oil on linen; 36 x 30 in / 91.4 x 76.2 cm
Jessica Silverman Gallery, Booth C3
Nicole Wermers, Untitled (bench), Plexiglas, rocks; 15 x 16.5 x 88 inches
Club Pro Los Angeles, Booth F7
Devin Troy Strother, Installation shot, Richard Heller Gallery, Los Angeles, They Should Have Never Given You Niggas Money, 2015
Asya Geisberg Gallery, Booth D17
Marjolijn de Wit, Untitled (MDW019), 2015, Ceramic on print, 15.75” x 11” | 40 x 28 cm
STARKWHITE, Booth B4
Seung Yul Oh, PokPo, 2010, two-pot paint and fibre-glass, 600mm (H)
The Hole, Booth D12
Holton Rower, With You I Step Lightly, 2016; Hand mixed pigment on wood; 43 1/4 x 45 1/4 inches
For more on visiting the Art Los Angeles Contemporary Fair visit, artlosangelesfair.com.