FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE


artLA
THE new LOS ANGELES ART FAIR FOR CONTEMPORARY & NEW ART
January 27 – 30, 2005
Opening Reception To Benefit MOCA Contemporaries
January 27, 6-9pm


Santa Monica Civic Auditorium
1855 Main St. (at Pico Blvd.), Santa Monica, CA 90405

CONTACT: Beverly Feldman
Tel: 323.937.5525, fax: 323.937.5523
E-mail, <fairs@artla.net>
Web site, <http://www.artla.net>


(Los Angeles, CA) – artLA, the new Los Angeles Art Fair For Contemporary & New Art created by art show producer Stephen Cohen, will take place January 27 – 30 at the Santa Monica Civic Auditorium, located at 1855 Main Street.  Directly following Photo L.A. - also produced by Stephen Cohen - artLA will feature exceptional works by both established artists and cutting-edge newcomers. From skateboarder and graffiti art to emerging creators of robotic, video and digital art to leading new media artisans, the show promises to offer the best of contemporary art in the avant-garde tradition.  The show will commence with a reception on Thursday January 27 from 6 to 9 p.m. benefiting MOCA Contemporaries in Los Angeles.  

Exhibition hours are Friday, January 28 and Saturday, January 29, 12p.m. to 7p.m. and Sunday, January 30, 12p.m. to 6p.m.  Tickets are $15 for a one-day pass and $25 for a three-day pass.  All tickets can be purchased in advance by calling 323.937.5525 or at the door.  Tickets to the opening reception are $50.00 and can be purchased at the door or in advance by calling (213) 633-5381. For additional information on artLA, please visit
<http://www.artla.net>.

About the Stephen Cohen Gallery

The Stephen Cohen Gallery was opened in 1992 and moved to its present location in 1995. Since its inception, the Gallery has exhibited vintage and contemporary photography and photo-based art from the United States, Europe and South America. As host gallery for photo l.a., artLA, photo san francisco and photo new york, the gallery has helped to expand the awareness of photography as an art form to be appreciated by experienced art collectors and enthusiasts.




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