“The 2014 LA Art Show presents the art world’s limitless range featuring exhibitors who appreciate the past, embrace the present, and forecast the future. The LA Art Show is the West Coast’s most comprehensive art experience, with 3 distinct sections: Modern & Contemporary, Historic & Traditional Contemporary, and the IFPDA Los Angeles Fine Print Fair, showcasing the highest caliber galleries enhanced by exceptional programming and special exhibitions.” – LA Art Show Press
The 2014 Los Angeles Art Show opened it’s doors at the LA Convention Center on January 15th to showcase a host of talented artists from all over the world. Styles of creativity, fans in awe, and gallery owners with a myriad of things to say about the work they were showing for clients made this event one of the best I’ve been to. I was almost overwhelmed by how much awesomeness was in the building!
We walked for hours just observing and talking, meeting new friends and falling in love with new artists. I love the variety of the show as well. Most Modern Art shows tend to stick to a theme and after a while the works seem consistent, but not here! Color, 3-D pieces, video and much more represented the creativity that we have in the world. There were also a few installations that made you scratch your head and question whether it was “Art” or not. Which artwork is/was your favorite?!