From 23rd to 27th of January there was an LA Art Show 2019. A regular ticket for an adult person cost 30$. Modern and contemporary art from all around the world settled on the 200,000 square feet of the LA Convention Center. The main slogan of the show was: “Diversity is our strength, and art is most effective when it embraces or overcomes all borders.” And in fact, the exhibition was made in this variety as artists from different galleries, various genres of art and public crowded from different parts of the world. The exhibition was divided into sectors: CORE, MODERN + CONTEMPORARY, ROOTS, Littletopia, Works On Paper, Project Space and LUXURY pbsg.
Sector CORE included art works of the project Art All Way from Los Angeles, specializing in new media including virtual reality, 3D projection mapping, video art, monumental light art installation, photography, contemporary painting and sculpture. Presented its works The Art Link Gallery from Florida which boasts a collection of expressionism, modernism, post-impressionism and urban art. BOCCARA Fine Art from Paris, France specializing in Modern and Contemporary Art, presented works of the 20th and 21st centuries. The city of San Francisco was represented by the Dialecto Gallery and its abstract paintings by Latino-Asian artist Daniel Diaz-Tai. Peter Fetterman Gallery which is located in Santa Monica, California presented the photography of Richard Corman and Noell Oszvald. All Gallery from Los Angeles was one of the few who represented objects of decor. To the LA ART SHOW they brought the melting coffee table with legs in the form of drops by Zhipeng Tan and synthesis monolith bench by Hongjie Yang.
One of the biggest selfie-draws was the art installation by the British artist Anthony James, who was represented by the Melissa Morgan Fine Art Gallery from Palm Desert, California. The attention of the children was riveted on the works of the artist Mari Kim and her acrylic paints of Catwoman. Japan Mizuma Art Gallery brought the magnificent work of Japanese artist Amano Yoshitaka. Timothy Yarger Fine Art Gallery from Beverly Hills was also popular with those who like to take selfies due to their glowing neon installations. Patrick Painter Gallery presented its black and white canvas depicting members of a rock band by Belgian artist Rinus Van De Velde. China represented by Cospase Shangai Gallery and East Art Center based in Beijing, Mexico by Licenciado Gallery, Spain by Pigment Gallery, Korea by Galley Bhak and Switzerland by Sudden Art Gallery.
Modern and Contemporary Art was represented by galleries from Los Angeles, Atlanta, New York, Miami, Santa Fe, San Francisco, Minneapolis, Albuquerque and Dallas. International guests were galleries from Korea, India, Australia, Netherlands, Japan, France, Argentina, Mexico, Colombia, Austria and United Kingdom. Fenny’s Photo Gallery pleased lovers of seductive photos by works of Michael Slosar. Connect Contemporary Gallery brought from Georgia photos of bombs drawn with flowers by Henrik Abedian and Craig Alan’s populous series. Bitcoin Gallery presented their most popular art works. Among them could be seen Amy Winehouse portrait with a “Love is the answer” sign by Deborah Azzopardi, melting chupa chups and ice cream installations by Elena Bulatova and “The Separation of Church and State” by Allen Zeleski. ArtStar Gallery and Rehs Contemporary from New York brought an amazing photo series. The crowd was impressed with punk buddha figures by Metis Atash from Samerl Lynne Galleries.
The neon heart-shaped mirror from Emmanuelle Rybojad also collected queues of people wanting to take a picture with it. The art show gathered a variety of art works from the refined and traditional to the absolutely fabulous and crazy. Artworks were for sale, with the price varying from $ 100 to perhaps infinity. If your plans include decorating your house with a unique art piece or simply admiring unique collections from different galleries of the world, LA Art Show is an unconditionally great place for you. On the territory of the gallery they sell drinks, including alcoholic beverages, as well as food, so you won’t have to fall from exhaustion in the middle of a huge exhibition space.