Art Los Angeles Contemporary in Santa Monica: Jan 30 – Feb. 2
The Art Los Angeles Contemporary (ALAC) art show returns for its fifth year in a row in Santa Monica at Barker Hanger from Thursday, January 30 – February 2, Sunday.
ALAC kicks off the art show with an opening night reception on Thursday, January 30 from 7 – 9:00pm. Tickets may be purchased online: click here.
In addition, EJ Hill will present a new performance, Signaling through the Flames at 7:00pm on Thursday night. EJ Hill is an emerging LA Artist that will perform songs in the style of a classic jazz lounge chanteuse.
On Friday, Saturday and Sunday at 12:00pm, Vanity Projects, a New York based video and nail-art salon, will set up shop and offer complimentary manicures sponsored by Perrier (ends at 6:00pm). This is an interesting aspect of the show that will immerse visitors in a video environment while they are watching the creative process of nail art.
GIRLS, GIRLS, GIRLS is bound to be another engaging part of the show on Friday at 2:00pm and Sunday at 4:30pm, also presented by Vanity Projects and curated by Rita de Alencar Pinto that explores the many facets of the female persona portrayed by ten female video artists: Sophie Lisa Beresford, Claire Hooper, Jen Denike, Keren Cytter, Marta Dell’Angelo, Jeesu Kim, Kristin Lucas, Tala Madani, Shana Moulton, Shannon Plumb and Eve Sussman.
Saturday brings two artists book signings; 1:00pm with artist Chris Johanson and at 3:00pm with Bettina Hubby. There are discussions and screenings thoughout the show from Friday to Sunday.
The Barker Hangar
3021 Airport Avenue
Santa Monica, CA 90405
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Friday, January 31, 11am–7pm
Saturday, February 1, 11am–7pm
Sunday, February 2, 11am–6pm
Thursday, January 30, 7–9pm