Art LA & LA Art Show This Week With New Locations

21Jan09

1217261493image_webBy Emily Waldorf

In conjunction with L.A. Art Month, there is not just one, but two, exciting art fairs to put on your cultural calendar this week.

Art LA 2009, January 23-25

Art LA is being held at Barkar Hangar (last year it was held at the Santa Monica Civic Auditorium).  Art LA is an annual contemporary fine-art fair with over 60 exhibitors showing a diverse range of mediums including painting, photography, sculpture, video, and installation.  Exhibitors include a wonderful mix of blue-chip and emerging galleries, half of them local and the other half from the wider U.S. and around the globe.  Art LA offers a diverse array of cutting-edge programming throughout the duration of the fair, including special exhibitions, performances, conversations, and an exciting film series.

A sampling of galleries includes Blum and Poe, ACE Gallery, LA><ART, Chung King Projects, Marc Selwyn Fine Art, Cherry and Martin, and Honor Fraser Gallery.

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Los Angeles Art Show, January 22-25

The 14th annual LA Art Show is being held this year at the Los Angeles Convention Center (it has been held in past years at Barker Hangar). With more than 135 exhibitors ranging from Old Masters to Contemporary, the LA Art Show is larger than Art LA and has a more traditional program of lectures, films, music, and events, including the educational “Art Collectors Boot Camp” on Sunday, led by New York Times and Art + Auction contributor Jori Finkel.

Participating galleries include Louis Stern Fine Art, Greenfield Sacks Gallery, Jack Rutberg Fine Arts, Sundaram Tagore, Petter Fetterman Gallery, and Spanierman Modern.


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One Response to “Art LA & LA Art Show This Week With New Locations”

  1. It depends on whom you ask. To my slgiht annoyance, my husband still refers to visiting the place where he grew up as “home.” But he still has his boyhood home and almost all the family lives across the street or around the corner. (My family got transplanted after my father died at the young age of 44–so nothing left but the memories.) If you ask my MIL I joined his family as well. And if you ask his MIL he joined ours. But if you ask me we started our own and home will always right here where I am. I was adamant we start our own traditions and I’m downright possessive about spending Christmas at our house–not someone else’s.Here’s another thing. I love both families and they both drive us crazy sometimes (I’m currently drafting a blog about things I will never ever say to my children and their spouses…), but I also very much consider my ward to be my family. My RS sisters are my sisters and I feel closer to them and they know me better than any of my blood kin. I don’t know how that’s all going to shake out in the eternities, but I know there are people I was meant to know and love who aren’t related by blood and they are my family too.


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