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The 2020 Edition of the LA Art Show Featured Exhibitions by Over 130 International Galleries, museums, and Non-Profit Organizations from 23 Different Countries

As the 25th Annual LA Art Show comes to its conclusion, the producers are proud to announce the dates of next year’s fair. The LA Art Show, recognized as the most comprehensive international contemporary art fair in America, will return to the LA Convention Center from February 10 – 14, 2021, coinciding with Frieze LA. The combined power of two of the most anticipated art shows in Los Angeles will serve to solidify the city’s position and standing as a global epicenter of art and culture. And for the first time in LA’s history, this will establish an unprecedented Art Week for art collectors and the art-loving public, both locally and abroad. “LA is one of the most creative cities in the world, and it has been my dream for us to be recognized as a true art capital, not just the center of the entertainment industry,” says LA Art Show Founder and Executive Director Kim Martindale. “When I created the LA Art Show 25 years ago, there weren’t any big art fairs here. My intention has always been to use this fair as a platform to grow the LA art market into one that people are proud to buy from. It’s truly rewarding to see that mission accomplished on the 25th anniversary of the LA Art Show.” The 2020 edition of the LA Art Show featured exhibitions by over 130 international galleries, museums, and non-profit organizations from 23 different countries. As the most comprehensive international art fair in America, the LA Art Show provides space for the full diversity of movements and mediums from the global art landscape. More than 55,000 attendees experienced the four-day event.


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