1855 Main St
Santa Monica, California 90401

$15 1-Day Pass
$25 3-Day Pass

Friday, January 26th , Noon - 7pm
Saturday, January 27th, Noon - 7pm
Sunday, January 28th, Noon - 6pm

Thursday, January 25, 2007 6pm - 9pm
$50 Benefit Reception*

opening reception to benefit the MOCA Contemporaries
To purchase Benefit Reception tickets Download Fax Order Form OR Contact MOCA directly at 213.633-5381

Special curated projects by local non-profits Machine Project, Outpost for Contemporary Art, Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions (LACE) and emerging Los Angeles project space TRUDI will be an exciting addition to ART LA 2007. Machine Project will run workshops, lectures and performances through out the weekend at the fair. In addition, USELESS Magazine & Projects from NY/London has been invited to curate a multichannel video installation using video art and interviews from Flasher.com. CLICK HERE FOR PROGRAMMING UPDATES

Machine Project Programming
There will be an informative display on Fritz Haeg’s Edible Estates project.
The Fallen Fruit Collective will conduct a jam-making workshop.
Percussionist Corey Fogel will perform with 500 pepper shakers.
Sewing basics will be taught in a Machine Sewing 101 workshop.
Interested attendees will learn how to solder sound circuits with Mark Allen.
There will be a lecture linking Gnosticism, memory palaces, Y2K, text gaming and Roswell to the Disney film Tron.
Margaret Wertheim from the Institute for Figuring will give a talk and workshop on hyperbolic crochet, and present a crocheted reef.
Ambient music + free haircuts from volunteer hairdressers = ambient haircuts for the public.
Joshua Beckman and Anthony McCann will read poetry.
The group ING will present a site-specific musical performance.
Tina Marin will demonstrate how to knit your own boots.
Players will avoid zombies in a dynamic video game.
Jessica Hutchins’s sculptures will appear in the auditorium restrooms, and she will give a reading.
We will be selling copies of various Machine Publications, MAKE and CRAFT magazines, as well as the Journal of Aesthetics and Protest.
Emily Lacy will perform music and maybe teach web design.
There will be a guided exercise in the generation of collaborative narratives.
There will be a display on extracting ethanol, an alternative fuel source, from sugar.
We’ll build a 8 foot volcano out of live flowers.
Phil Ross will show a small piece involving hydroponics.

ACE Gallery, Los Angeles
ACME., Los Angeles
Christine Argillet Gallery, Los Angeles
Bamboo Lane Gallery, Los Angeles
Bank, Los Angeles
Lisa Boyle Gallery, Chicago
Kevin Bruk Gallery, Miami
Galerie Brunnhofer, Linz
Galerie Hitomi Bushi d’Eau, Paris
Cherry and Martin, Los Angeles
China Art Objects, Los Angeles
Chung King Project, Los Angeles
Galeria Comercial, Puerto Rico
D.A.P., New York
Dangerous Curve, Los Angeles
de Soto, Los Angeles
Destroyer Inc., Los Angeles
La Estación Arte Contemporáneo, Chihuahua
Honor Fraser, Los Angeles
Klemens Gasser & Tanja Grunert, Inc., New York
Anna Helwing Gallery, Los Angeles
Galerie Caprice Horn, Berlin
Daniel Hug, Los Angeles
Rebecca Ibel Gallery, Columbus
Kantor / Feuer Gallery, Los Angeles
Karpio+Facchini, Miami
Kontainer, Los Angeles
LACE, Los Angeles
Sam Lee Gallery, Los Angeles
Lightbox / Kim Light Gallery, Los Angeles
Federico Luger Gallery, Milan
Machine Project, Los Angeles
Mandarin Gallery, Los Angeles
Katherine Mulherin Contemporary Art Projects, Toronto
Nazraeli Press, Portland
Outpost For Contemporary Art, Los Angeles
Patrick Painter, Los Angeles
Franklin Parrasch gallery, New York
David Patton Los Angeles, Los Angeles
Peres Projects, Los Angeles / Berlin
Quint Gallery, La Jolla
RAID FC, Los Angeles
Carrie Secrist Gallery, Chicago
Galeria Sicart, Barcelona
Sister, Los Angeles
Skestos Gabriele Gallery, Chicago
Skew Gallery, Calgary
Fredric Snitzer Gallery, Miami
SolwayJones Gallery, Los Angeles
Spinello Gallery, Miami
The Store House Group, Puerto Rico
Taylor De Cordoba, Los Angeles
1301PE, Los Angeles
TRUDI, Los Angeles
21st Editions, South Dennis
Susanne Vielmetter Los Angeles Projects, Los Angeles
Western Project, Los Angeles
Wetterling Gallery, Stockholm

From the I-10 Freeway:
W I-10 Freeway
L 4th St.
R Pico Blvd. (3rd stoplight)
R Main St. (1st stoplight)
Civic Auditorium Parking Lot ~500 ft.
From LAX:
Exiting LAX follow signs "Sepulveda North" to "Lincoln Blvd. North"
N Lincoln Blvd. North ~7.5 mi.
W Pico Blvd.
N Main St.
Civic Auditorium Parking Lot ~500 ft.
From the North on Pacific Coast Highway:
S Pacific Coast Highway
R Ocean Ave. (past the California Incline)
L Pico Blvd.
L Main St.
Civic Auditorium Parking Lot~500 ft.

Official Website: http://artfairsinc.com/artla/2007/

Added by kiracle on January 8, 2007