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Art Los Angeles Contemporary

At this year's Art Los Angeles Contemporary (ALAC) fair, one of the world's biggest contemporary art fairs, four French galleries will be presenting artwork from their collections. The fair takes place from January 25-28. 

Ceysson & Bénétière, was founded in Saint-Étienne and has galleries in Luxembourg, Paris, and New York. The gallery represents young European and international artists. From Ceysson & Bénétière, art by Chris HoodNicolas MomeinLionel Sabatté, and Jesse Willenbring will be shown at ALAC.

Christophe Gaillard, in Paris, France, works with many female artists. The gallery supports young contemporary artists while enhancing the pertinence of recognized artists from the 60s to the 90s. It sees itself as a trajectory space for a new generation of emerging artists as well as a representation space for great figures in contemporary art. From Christophe Gaillard, Rachel de Joode and Julien des Monstiers will be featured at ALAC.

Praz-Delavallade began in Paris in 1990, and opened a second gallery in Los Angeles in January 2017. The gallery is primarily defined by its commitment to Los Angeles artists, with support and involvement dating back to its beginnings. Their work in representing Los Angeles based artists in Europe has resulted in a greater awareness of the Los Angeles scene to a foreign audience. From Praz-Delavallade, Matthew BrandtMatthew ChambersAnalia SabanJim Shaw, and Brian Wills will have their art presented at ALAC.

Galerie Derouillon is located in the growing neighborhood of the Haut-Marais in Paris, France. The gallery, opened in September 2012, focuses on contemporary art. From Galerie Derouillon, Guy Yanai's work will be shown at ALAC.

ALAC will feature a welcome reception on Thursday, January 5th and a variety of presentations, performances, screenings, and discussions over the weekend in addition to the art presented by the exhibitors.