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Art Los Angeles Contemporary Today though Sunday at Pacific Design Center
Yes, it's time for another art fair. This time, though, it's a thoroughly modern one. Art Los Angeles Contemporary is an art fair showcasing the works of more than 50 established and emerging galleries with a focus on contemporary art and artists. The fair is being held at the Pacific Design Center in WeHo, and is open to the public now through Sunday.
Some of the more recognizable gallery names on the LA art scene are exhibiting, including LACE (Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions), Regen Projects, Blum & Poe and Honor Fraser. In addition to the art on display, the fair hosts a varied programming series, including world class artist talks, panel discussions and events like a Culver City Gallery Tour on tonight (6-10 pm) or the screening of "The Posters Came From the Walls" (Depeche Mode fans from around the world) by Jeremy Deller & Nick Abrahams at the Silent Movie Theatre.
Art Los Angeles Contemporary
at the Pacific Design Center
Tonight and Saturday from 11 am-7pm
Sunday from 11 am-6pm
Day passes are $16
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