Known as the most comprehensive international contemporary art show in America, LA Art Show just ended its glorious 2019 edition. From the 23 – 27 of January, LA welcomed this design event which main goal is to celebrate its diversity as a city and a fair.
Sarah Trouche’s “You Should Wear Your Revolution” performance. She’s is a French visual artist whose practice focuses on cultural and political issues such as migration and displacement.
Performance by Ari Kim to rann an experiment to visualize what people see first on female’s body.
Step away from the luxury products and discover this world of contemporary art at this design event. Here, you could find contemporary artwork ranging from modern art paintings, performances, sculptures to outstanding and creative decoration pieces from emerging artists or contemporary art galleries.
A 24,000 Swarovski crystals piece by Metis Atash.
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Work by Amanda Rowan, an amazing LA-based artist.
Robert Vargas’ stand at LA Art Show with some works done on sight laying on the floor.
The eclectic design exhibition has outgrown three venues in its 20-year history, before finally finding a home in the LA Convention Center. Year after year, LA Art Show, provides to anyone who visits it, creative works from all over the world, and here you can even purchase your favorite art piece at the moment. I Lobo You can’t go enough of this year’s event!
Olivia Steele’s incredible light pieces. This is one of her works from the cage collection.