The Los Angeles Art Show
Next week some of the greatest Contemporary and Modern Art around will be in Los Angeles at the LA Convention Center. It’s time for the 2019 rendition of the Los Angeles Art Show. There’s something for everyone to like at one of the country’s oldest art shows. Additionally, while certainly a mecca for Contemporary and Modern Art, the show also features Historic and Traditional Art as well.
Additionally, more than 200,000 square feet of exhibition space is committed to today’s prominent galleries at what has been called “The Most Comprehensive International Contemporary Art Show in America.” In fact, the event showcases contemporary painting, illustration, sculpture, and more. Therefore, no matter what your artistic persuasion is the Los Angeles Art Show will have you covered.
Here is a listing of all the different exhibits that will be featured at the event:
- Modern & Contemporary
- Featured Programming
- Ink Painting
- Dialogs LA
- Project Space
- Works On Paper
- Ethnographic Art
- LUXURY pbsg
Detailed explanations of just what each exhibit will offer (not to mention ticketing information) can be found right here.
The event will run from January 23rd through the 27th. Go forth art aficionados!
On September 27-30 the master of pop-culture art and collectibles, Limited Runs, is presenting their first ever Pop Art Photo Show. This will be an opportunity to check out some of the most influential contemporary pop art artists currently working today. Additionally, it’ll be your chance to find high quality vintage film posters, poignant photography, and all-around print goodness. Limited Runs gives you the chance to purchase high-quality pieces that are perfect for injecting some flavor into the home or workplace.
The Barker Hangar Welcomes You
For any art show a very important an oftentimes overlooked detail is the chosen venue. The Pop Art Photo Show will be taking place at the Barker Hangar in Santa Monica. And the hangar feels like a piece of art itself, so it’s a perfect venue for this show. The show features an interactive space showcasing rare and vintage images bridging all varieties of pop culture. What does that entail exactly? Well, one of the neat things about this event is that it has a mobile app component. As visitors walk around and encounter art pieces they can pull up the mobile app and find details about the piece, the artist, and even purchasing options.
Artists expected to participate in the Pop Art Photo Show include: Jim Evans, Dennis Morris, Neil Zlozower, Connie Conway, and Linkin Park’s Mike Shinoda.
Additionally, some of Mike Shinoda’s work can be seen below.
Finally, whether you are a contemporary art aficionado or a Linkin Park fan wanting to support Mike Shinoda, this art show is for you. And if you’re willing to shell out $30 for GA tickets you can get them right here.
I know that I am personally excited and interested in checking out this event. It might be time to upgrade some of the wall art in the bedroom.