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Art Los Angeles Contemporary
January 26-29, 2017
The Barker Hangar, 3021 Airport Avenue, Santa Monica, CA 90405
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Sotheby's Institute of Art is the Education Partner of Art Los Angeles Contemporary, the International Contemporary Art Fair of the West Coast opening its eighth edition on January 26, 2017.

During the fair, panelists including  Sotheby's Institute faculty, artists, and industry leaders, will discuss the landscape of contemporary art in Los Angeles today.


Away from the Studio

Short conversations with artists working in public and/or unconventional realms: what they are doing and how they do it.

Friday, January 27, 5.00pm-6.30pm

Sotheby's Institute Director Jonathan Neil with:
5:00pm-5:40pm: Kaari Upson
5:50pm-6:30pm: David Horvitz

Saturday, January 28, 11.30am-1.00pm

Sotheby's Institute Faculty Kibum Kim, with:
11:30am-12:10pm: Huang Rui and Danielle Shang
12:20-1.00pm: Dwyer Kilcollin


Art in the Age of Donald Trump: A Roundtable

The election of Donald J. Trump to President of the United States is only the most recent, and major, signal that the geopolitical and neoliberal economic order that has held sway in most democratic countries since the early 1990s is in crisis. How are the arts, and artists, to respond? Is the solution refusal, a simple rejection of national and federal initiatives, or of politics period? Is it activism, an insurgency played out in the streets, on Twitter, and in the media? Join artists and educators for a conversation about the new wave of global populism and what it means for art practices in the present.

Friday, January 27, 3.00-4:30pm

Participants:
Tony De Los Reyes, Aaron Morse, Fred Lonidier, Christine Wang, Zoe Crosher

Moderated by Jonathan Neil


​The LA Critics Panel

Four Critics. Four Current Exhibitions in Los Angeles. Four points of view on Contemporary Art

Sunday, January 29, ​1:30-3:00PM

Participants:
David Pagel, critic, LATimes
Jonathan Griffin, editor, Frieze
Lindsay Preston Zappas, founder CARLA
Hunter Drohojowska-Philp, journalist and art critic