Are there any COVID-19 protocols when attending the show?
While the State of California recently redefined what constitutes a Mega-Event, it is important to note that all events, regardless of size, are permitted to move forward. The new threshold for Indoor Mega Events now includes those with 500 participants or more. The LA Art Show is considered a Mega Event whereby all state requirements apply.
As part of our uncompromising efforts to organize an in-person show that is safe for exhibitors and visitors alike, we continue to implement mandatory health protocols in compliance with all health and county requirements.
Prevailing protocols require all visitors to show proof of full vaccination or proof of a negative COVID-19 test (within 48 hours for PCR test or within 24 hours for Antigen test) to attend the show. This includes any child over the age of five. A home kit rapid test is NOT acceptable.
For your convenience, a Same-Day Health rapid testing facility is located outside Staples/Crypto.com Arena, within walking distance of the Convention Center.
Find out more about LA Convention Center Covid-19 requirements here: https://www.lacclink.com/covid-19
Can I buy tickets at the door?
Yes, you can either purchase tickets at the door or online. We recommend purchasing your tickets online to avoid possible queues at the ticketing counter. You can buy tickets here.
How do I get in with my online ticket?
You can either bring a printed copy of your ticket which will be scanned at the door, or you can show it on your mobile device.
Are purchased tickets refundable?
Our policy is that all ticket purchases are non-refundable. If you detect an error in the transaction, please contact us and we will review it.
Do children get in free?
Each child requires a regular ticket for admission, except infants and toddlers under the age of two.
Can I attend the Opening Night Premiere Party?
Yes, you can attend by purchasing Opening Night Tickets here.
Where do I park?
Parking is available at the Convention Center or adjacent lots, with parking fees ranging
from $25 and up. Parking maps can be downloaded at https://www.laartshow.com/directions/
Is there coat/bag check?
No, we do not offer a service for checked items such as coats, bags, or bulky items.
How do I become a VIP member?
VIP Red Card membership is primarily open to art patrons and collectors, curators, museum directors, and gallery owners. Please email [email protected] with membership questions and requests.
What are the benefits to VIP membership?
Your VIP membership includes:
- Access to our password-protected VIP website
- Opening Night Premiere complimentary admission, January 19, 2022, 7pm – 11pm
- First look privilege and opportunity to view and purchase art before the general public
- Invitation to parties and events reserved for VIPs
- Access to the VIP Lounge during regular show days and hours
- Early entry on weekend show days
- Unlimited admission to the LA Art Show during regular show days and hours
Are cameras allowed?
Yes. You may take pictures of your favorite works but it’s polite to check with the gallery owners first. Please do not distract them if they are with a client.
Can I bring my sketchbook?
Sketchbooks are not permitted in the show.
Can I bring art to be appraised?
No outside artwork is allowed in the show.
If I am an artist, can I show my portfolio to galleries?
No, you may not. You are welcome to take a business card and contact any gallery at a later date.
How do I become an exhibitor at the show?
The show is open to galleries only, not individual artists. There is a selection process after you submit an application online. Applications are open for LA Art Show 2022, January 19 -23, at the LA Convention Center. Apply here.
Are we able to ship our purchased art directly from the show?
Yes, most galleries can make the necessary shipping arrangements.
Are dogs allowed?
Only service dogs, with proper documentation, are allowed in the show.
Are there wheelchairs for rent?
The LA Convention Center medics office will provide a limited number of wheelchairs free of charge, on a first come, first served basis.