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  • 1994

    • 14 galleries exhibiting Historic & American Regionalism. 250 attendees: Pasadena Civic Auditorium
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  • 1997

  • 1999

    • 40 galleries: John Wooden Center, UCLA
    • Show expands to include modern & contemporary work
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  • 2001

    • 44 galleries: John Wooden Center, UCLA
    • Opening benefits the Music Center of Los Angeles County
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  • 2002

    • 49 galleries, 5 museums: Barker Hanger in Santa Monica, first art event held at Barker Hanger, launching the destination as a premiere art venue
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  • 2004

    • 75 galleries: Barker Hangar, addition of numerous supplemental tents to accommodate growing number of exhibitors
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  • 2008

    • Barker Hanger: 115 galleries, 9 museums
    • IFPDA Fine Print Fair joins the LA Art Show
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  • 2009

    • 108 galleries, 16 museums/art organizations: Los Angeles Convention Center West Hall
    • Show expands to 100,000 sq. ft
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  • 2010

    • 91 galleries, 27 participating museums/ arts organizations
    • Nick Cave’s “Soundsuit Invasion” debuts in Los Angeles at LA Art Show Opening Night Premiere Party
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  • 2011

    • 108 galleries, 23 participating museums/arts organizations
    • More than 20 international galleries from China, Korea, Taiwan, Venezuela, Cuba, Spain, The Netherlands and United Kingdom
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  • 2012

    • 110 galleries, 9 participating museums/arts organizations
    • Opening Night Premiere Party celebrity host Kat von D
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  • 2013

    • Moves to 200,000 sq. ft South Hall in Los Angeles Convention Center
    • 106 galleries, 5 participating museums/arts organizations
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  • 2014

    • 134 galleries, 16 participating museums/arts organizations
    • Venice Biennale artist Zhang Yu debuts new “Fingerprints” exhibition before showcasing works at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York
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