The LA Art Show has refined its focus to bring a freshly curated fair for its 21st edition.
The LA Art Show team is constantly driven to present a magnificent art experience that brings together galleries, artists, curators, and collectors. The art fair world is expanding and we are proud to have emerged as one of the world’s largest and longest running events with 150,000 square feet of exhibition space and close to 60,000 attendees this past year. As Los Angeles takes its place as a vanguard of the global art scene, our ability to adapt and evolve to meet the art market’s current trends is vital. While dedicated to maintaining our commitment to technique and integrity we are refining our curatorial vision and presenting galleries that showcase premier Modern and Contemporary work at our 2016 edition. The 21st annual show will build on years of success, with new dates, a new hall, and a new direction affording the fair, our exhibitors, collectors, and tens of thousands or art enthusiasts a new quality experience.
The LA Art Show is the largest and most significant art fair in the west. More than 140 galleries participated in the 2014 LA Art Show. This carefully produced show is designed to beautifully present select global galleries to a significant cadre of serious collectors, as well as inspire the local arts community with featured installations, curated special exhibitions, and a captivating lecture series, Dialogs LA.
Owned and produced by the Palm Beach Show Group in partnership with Kim Martindale, General Manager, the show has received tremendous attention from the media, collectors and attracted an astounding 60,000 attendees to last year¹s show. Through unprecedented advertising and promotional campaigns, the 2014 LA Art Show made local history when it was featured on the Front Page of the LA Times (the first time an art show has ever made the cover) with an accompanying story on the front page of the paper¹s Calendar Section.
The LA Art Show is entirely unique in the art world, juxtaposing contemporary works alongside historic and traditional to demonstrate movements and highlight the evolution of art throughout the ages.