The LA Art Show returns to the Los Angeles Convention Center for its 24th year with all-inclusive programming. The annual art fair runs from January 23 – 27, 2019 and will feature a vast number of exhibitors from across the globe. Kim Martindale (LA Art Show founder) said, “We’re excited to have a number of returning galleries as well, including Patrick Painter Gallery, Timothy Yarger Fine Art, and Pigment Gallery in CORE, Rofa Project, K+Y Gallery, Masterworks Fine Art Gallery and Denis Bloch Fine Art in Modern & Contemporary, and MS Rau and Rehs Galleries, Inc. in ROOTS. Trinity House will be joining us for the first time, and MS Rau will be exhibiting Julius Kronberg’s famous large-scale ‘Cleopatra.'” See my article about the LA Art Show on THRIVE Global.
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This year’s LA Art Show will once again showcase programming from the Pacific Rim. Returning for its third year in a row, DIVERSEartLA is curated by Marisa Caichiolo, and will focus on civic engagement, the LA Art Show donates 50,000 square feet to this exhibition (the art is not for sale). This year, DIVERSEartLA will feature programming from Arte Al Límite Collection Chile, CCK — Buenos Aires, Argentina, LACMA, MOOLA, Launch & California African American Museum, Gallery 825, Art Share LA, UCLA and more.

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Littletopia was conceived by Red Truck Gallery founder Noah Antieau and Juxtapoz Magazine co-founder Greg Escalante as a showcase of the best and brightest from the lowbrow and pop art movements, which originated here in Los Angeles. This year, the LA Art Show is proud to announce that Littletopia will be curated by Red Truck Gallery and Caro Buermann of Corey Helford Gallery. Fresh off their award for Outdoor Sculpture at the 2018 Lucca Biennale, cardboard art duo Dosshaus will be creating this year’s Littletopia archway.

For the first time ever, Mizuma Art Gallery and Kamiya Co., LTD of Japan, Galerie Sabine Knust of Germany, and Corey Helford Gallery of DTLA will be joining the LA Art Show’s roster of exhibiting galleries. Mizuma will be showcasing new large-scale paintings Yoshitaka Amano.
When asked what the future holds for the art fair, Martindale replied, “The LA Art Show will continue to be reflective of Los Angeles as it has been for 24 years…known to evolve and expand every single year, we never rest on our laurels.” 

The opening night gala benefiting St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital takes place on January 23, 2019, 7pm – 11pm; Admission ranges from $30 for one day, to $60 for a weekend pass (these do not include opening night); Additional packages including opening night gala entry run from $125-$250 per person. CLICK HERE to purchase tickets.

Thursday, January 24, 2019, 11am – 7pm / Friday, January 25, 2019, 11am – 7pm / Saturday, January 26, 2019, 11am – 7pm / Sunday, January 27, 2019, 11am – 5pm

What: The LA Art Show
Where: Los Angeles Convention Center, West Hall, 1201 South Figueroa Street Los Angeles, CA 90015
When: see above for dates and times