The LA Art Show will kick off 5 days of sensational art from around the globe with a not-to-be-missed Opening Night Premiere Party hosted by actress Luch Hale onValentine's Day February 14 2024 at the Los Angeles Convention Center in DTLA. The LA Art Show will donate 15% of proceeds from every ticket to the American Heart Association’s Life is Why ™ campaign. This Opening Night party is one of the high lights of the art season with guests getting a first look at the art and leading LA restaurants providing complimentary wine, beer and spirits as well as delectable hors d’oeuvres.
Guided by the leadership of LA Art Show producer & director Kassandra Voyagis, LA Art Show promises another spectacular international lineup of exhibitors from countries including the Philippines, Italy, Israel, Peru and South Korea: “With over 100 galleries, museums and nonprofits exhibiting this year, we continue our commitment to creating the most comprehensive contemporary art experience possible.” says Voyagis. “This year’s show will celebrate art—globally and locally—and inspire dialoegue.”
The show runs from February 15 to 18 2024 so put on your most comfortable shoes and enjoy this unparalleled international art experience with over 120 galleries, museums, and non-profit arts organizations from around the world exhibiting painting, sculpture, works on paper, installation, photography, design, video and performance. All works presented by galleries are available for your purchasing pleasure.
Offering an extraordinary array of works and experiences the fair will feature the following specialized sections:
MODERN + CONTEMPORARY
The largest section of programming at the LA Art Show, Modern + Contemporary exhibits the vast spectrum of contemporary painting, illustration, sculpture and more from galleries in Los Angeles, the Pacific Rim, and countries all around the world.
Capitalizing on the city’s position on the Pacific Rim, DIVERSEartLA is a special programming section devoted to nurturing the creative energy of international collectors, artists, curators, museums and non-profits by connecting them directly with audiences in Los Angeles. The LA Art Show donates 50,000 square feet of exhibition space to participating organizations each year as our civic engagement, and the featured work is not for sale. Overall curation by Marisa Caichiolo with individual curators from institutions around the world.
Dedicated to European galleries from Spain, Italy, and France, the European Pavilion showcases curated exhibits highlighting various contemporary movements and stylistic developments.
Expanding beyond the confines of booth spaces, Featured Exhibitions create immersive experiences to engage audiences through thought-provoking artworks, performances and other exhibitions offered by participating galleries, highlighting works that will be talked about for years to come.
Hailing from around the world, the exhibitors in Project Space showcase a broad array of ideas and talents in the form of solo exhibitions, presented by participating galleries.
WORKS ON PAPER
Works on Paper is a dedicated exhibition space for showcasing photographs and other works not on traditional canvas.
Please visit www.LAArtShow.com to learn more and purchase tickets