2023 dates: February 15-19
Produced by: Kassandra Voyagis
Directed by: Kassandra Voyagis
Cast: Abend Gallery Denver, Pigment Gallery Barcelona, Simard Bilodeau Contemporary Los Angeles, Neue Kunst Gallery Germany, Arcadia Contemporary New York and Rebecca Hossack Gallery from the U.K. Newcomers include 193 Gallery from Paris, El Claustre Art Gallery Spain, Taguchi Fine Art Japan and Markowicz Fine Art in California, et al.
In 2023, for the first time, there will be over 10 galleries from South Korea, including LP Gallery, a contemporary art gallery from Seoul, and JJ Art Korea.
Platform: IRL @ Los Angeles Convention Center
The LA Art Show is an unparalleled international art experience with over 100 galleries, museums and nonprofit arts organizations exhibiting painting, sculpture, works on paper, installation, photography, design, video and performance with all works available for purchase. Committed to creating the most comprehensive contemporary art experience possible, LA Art Show 2023 highlights will include:
- Modern + Contemporary: the largest section at the LA Art Show exhibits a vast selection of contemporary painting, illustration and sculpture from galleries in Los Angeles, the Pacific Rim and around the world.
- The European Pavilion: dedicated to European galleries, the European Pavilion returns for 2023, showcasing curated exhibitions that highlight contemporary movements and stylistic developments in Europe.
- The Japanese Pavilion: new this year, introducing more than 10 galleries from Japan.
- Contemporary digital art: As the first live show to showcase the NFT craze two years ago, LA Art Show will continue to introduce attendees to the incredible trend in digital art, showcasing more eye-catching art trends.
The show seeks to celebrate art—globally and locally—and inspire important dialogue. St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital® is the fair’s charitable partner with the LA Art Show donating 15% of all ticket proceeds to its life-saving mission.
More information at www.laartshow.com.
The Look Club’s review of LA Art Show will follow in February.
Additional information on immersive and themed elements of the show will publish here December 2022.