Jeremy Lipking contemporary portraits
Jeremy Lipking; Images courtesy Arcadia Gallery

The international and contemporary LA Art Show will officially kick off the city’s 2020 art season at the ​Los Angeles Convention Center on February 5, 2020. As LA’s largest and longest-running art fair, this year marks a milestone for both the ​LA Art Show and the entire LA art community.

Jeffrey Chong Wang art
Jeffrey Chong Wang

As the ​LA Art Show celebrates its ​25th anniversary​, Los Angeles will be gearing up for the largest lineup of art and cultural programming in the city’s history — rivaling New York, the reigning arts capital of the U.S. This is a turning point that ​Kim Martindale​, who founded LAAS with the ​Fine Art Dealers Association​, has been working toward for decades.

Annie Murphy-Robinson artist
Annie Murphy-Robinson

With over 125 galleries from around the world, Arcadia Contemporary will celebrate its 17th year as a major exhibitor at the fair and will present over 100 works, by all of the artists in their roster, along with the debut of several artists who have never shown in the U.S. before.

The fair takes place February 5–9 at the Los Angeles Convention Center. More information can found at www.laartshow.com.


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