LA Art Show Starts Today for 25th Anniversary Exhibition

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The 25th Annual LA Art Show, the most comprehensive international contemporary art show in America, will officially kick-off the city’s art season at the Los Angeles Convention Center on February 5, 2020. This year will be the largest lineup of art and programming in the city’s history, with the LA Art Show leading the way.

For the 2020 edition of the fair, the LA Art Show will be premiering the European Pavilion, a brand new programming section comprised of contemporary European galleries, with an emphasis on exhibitors and artists from Spain, Italy, and the UK. The pavilion will be a celebration of the profound influence that European art has had on the world, with participating galleries curating exhibits that highlight the various movements and stylistic developments that have defined much of Western art. Within this new section will be a special exhibit showcasing Catalan artists from 1900 to present, offering a glimpse into the modern art history of the region.

The LA Art Show creates one of the largest international art fairs in the United States, providing an exciting, immersive, insider art experience to sponsors, their select guests and VIP clients. The show attracts an elite roster of national and international galleries, acclaimed artists, highly regarded curators, architects, design professionals, along with discerning collectors. This innovative, exceptional cultural environment attracts executives and board members of Southern California businesses, state, county, and municipal government representatives, as well as leaders of the region’s cultural institutions. Attendees are trendsetters, influencers and alpha consumers, who seek and demand the newest and the best in all areas of their lives—art, design, food, technology and travel being specific passion points.

To get to the LA Art Show, take Metrolink to L.A. Union Station and transfer for free onto Metro B – Red or D – Purple Line. At 7th Street/Metro Center, transfer to Metro A – Blue or E – Expo Line. Exit the train at Pico Station. The LA Convention Center is a right on Pico and a left on Figueroa. Metrolink’s $10 Weekend Day Pass will give you unlimited rides systemwide!

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