Special Exhibits
Visions of Chinese Contemporary Art
Visions of Chinese Contemporary Art Exhibition Examines the Artist Psyche and its relationship to the Environment at 2016 LA Art Show.
Exhibition Organized by National Base for International Cultural Trade (Shanghai) and Supported by the Bureau for External Cultural Relations, Ministry of Culture, People’s Republic of China.
Charm of Ink & Wash
Charm of Ink and Wash Exhibition Spotlights Contemporary Chinese Ink Painting With Solo Shows by Yin Yi, Wang Fei, Shen Xiangyin and Zhaung Yujun and a Group Show by Artists Who are Pushing the Boundaries of the Brush
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Dansaekhwa II: The Traces of Four Artists Exhibition
Curated by Yoon Jin Sup

Korean Monochrome Painting Puts Eastern Spin on Contemporary Minimalism
(December 8, 2015-Los Angeles, CA) Korean Monochrome painting, known as Dansaekhwa has been growing an international following since it first made a resurgence at the Gwangju Biennale in 2000.  This style of painting developed simultaneously in Korea and Japan in the late 1960s / early 1970s. Dansaekhwa:  The Traces of Four Artists is puts an Eastern spin on Contemporary Minimalism, as seen through the works of Young-il Ahn, Kim Hyung Dae, Lee Seung Jio and Yoo Byeong Hoon.
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Africa Contemporary-A Curatorial Project: Continental Shift
Year One in a Three Year Journey Exploring Contemporary Art Across a Vast Continent at the LA Art Show.
Top Emerging Artists Ingrid Mwangi Robert Hutter, Magema Michele, Mostapha Romli, Joana Choumali, Mouna Jemal Siala & Abdelmalek Berhiss
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Ping Pong Exhibition
LA Art Association Launches Ping Pong Exhibition at 2016 LA Art Show Additional Stops Include Art Basel and Art Basel Miami Beach

Featured Artists include: Bhakti Baxter, Dirk Bonsma, JT Burke, Robert Chambers, Meeson Pae Yang, Richard Slechta, Gert Handschin, Sue Irion, Daniela Keiser, Miguel Osuna, Matthias Spiess, Mette Tommerup, Antonia Wright, Clare Kenny, Martin Chramosta & Markus Muller
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Travelers in Time: The Fragility of the Historical Memory and Political Powers
Lluis Barba’s monumental photographs depict contemporary society using the same iconography as historical masterpieces. Each of his works is comprised of an ‘underpainting’ overlaid with contemporary visual references creating a symbolism and frame of reference that invite the viewer to navigate between the historical and ever changing contemporary celebrity driven landscape we live in. This unique exhibition is presented by Cynthia Corbett Gallery during the LA Art Show, January 27-31, 2016. The artist will also present a rare lecture on Saturday, January 30th at 2pm.

Barba’s exercises in reinterpretation are materialized in a body of work reminiscent of collage. Blurring historical boundaries Barba’s seminal work —a reimagining of Picasso’s ‘Guernica’— stands as the centerpiece, marking the first time the work will be shown in Los Angeles, following the artist’s solo museum show ‘Travels in Time’ at the Fundacio Vila Casas, Barcelona. A contemporary master of inventive storytelling, Barba successfully weaves art historical references and old master paintings seamlessly amongst art-world luminaries, celebrities, ordinary people, his friends, his collectors and, of course, iconic art works that we today value and readily recognize.
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