THE LA ART SHOW
MODERN + CONTEMPORARY
The LA Art Show is distinguished as the region’s foremost celebration of the visual arts offering collectors, galleries and the community the opportunity to view, exhibit and purchase art from around the globe. Every year we exceed all expectations and 2017 proved to be record breaking as we deepened our roster of galleries, pursued new exciting art programming and engaged LA’s major art institutions. The demands of the evolving art market in Los Angeles and it’s emergence as a vital player of the global art scene drives our marketing and planning. Creating an art show which influences the highest level of creative innovations through the connection of world-class galleries, renowned artists, top curators and collectors is our goal. The LA Art Show is proud to be one of the world’s largest and longest running events with more than 100 leading galleries from over 18 countries exhibiting in 200,000 square feet of exhibition space to an estimated 70,000 attendees over a four day period.

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January 23-27, 2019



Celebrate the 2019 LA Art Show, the West Coast’s most comprehensive art experience. Presented by The Palm Beach Show Group.

Los Angeles Convention Center
1201 South Figueroa Street, West Hall

SHOW DATES
VIP RED CARD SPECIAL COLLECTORS’ PREVIEW
Wednesday, January 23, 2019 6pm onwards
    Wednesday, January 23, 2019, 7pm – 11pm
    Thursday, January 24, 2019, 11am – 7pm
    Friday, January 25, 2019, 11am – 7pm
    Saturday, January 26, 2019, 11am – 7pm
    Sunday, January 27, 2019, 11am – 5pm

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VERNISSAGE

Wednesday, January 10, 2018
Vanguard Entrance 7pm – 8pm
Patron Reception 7pm – 11pm
Opening Night Premiere Party 8pm – 11pm
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Benefiting
St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital

  • 2017
    • 128 galleries/12 participating museums/arts organizations
    • LACMA presents a series of active art events to focus attention on issues of mortality and the human condition with destructive acts “performed” by Raphael Montañez Ortiz – Couch Destruction: Angel Release (Pennies From Heaven); Piano Destruction Ritual: Cowboy And Indian, Part Two; Shred Your Worries
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  • 2016
    • 121 galleries/10 participating museums/arts organizations
    • In a groundbreaking move, the LA Art Show presents two complementary art fairs under one roof – the Los Angeles Fine Art Show and the LA Art Show
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  • 2015
    • 130 galleries/16 participating museums/arts organizations
    • Opening benefits St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital with Hosts Amy Adams & Darren Le Gallo
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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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  • 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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  • 2012
    • 110 galleries, 9 participating museums/arts organizations
    • Opening Night Premiere Party celebrity host Kat von D
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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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  • 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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  • 2009
    • 108 galleries, 16 museums/art organizations: Los Angeles Convention Center West Hall
    • Show expands to 100,000 sq. ft
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  • 2008
    • Barker Hanger: 115 galleries, 9 museums
    • IFPDA Fine Print Fair joins the LA Art Show
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  • 2004
    • 75 galleries: Barker Hangar, addition of numerous supplemental tents to accommodate growing number of exhibitors
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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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  • 2001
    • 44 galleries: John Wooden Center, UCLA
    • Opening benefits the Music Center of Los Angeles County
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  • 1999
    • 40 galleries: John Wooden Center, UCLA
    • Show expands to include modern & contemporary work
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  • 1997
    • 36 galleries: John Wooden Center, UCLA
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  • 1994
    • 14 galleries exhibiting Historic & American Regionalism. 250 attendees: Pasadena Civic Auditorium
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