Studio City residents invited to long-running art show

January 9, 2014 by  

Local art, printing, and events management groups have combined forces to bring an art extravaganza to Studio City and surrounding Los Angeles communities: The annual LA Art Show.

Now it its 19th year, this is the country’s longest running modern, historic, contemporary, and traditional art show. Last year’s event presented more than 100 galleries to in excess of 56,000 guests.

The IFPDA Los Angeles Print Fair will be held along with three other sections, namely The Traditional and Historic, the Contemporary and Modern, and the Vintage Poster. Traditional methods of etching, lithography, woodcutting, and engraving will be represented processes at the Print Fair, along with more modern. This particular section of the art show may be especially interesting to print companies for networking purposes, and in order to generate ideas for their business. The art show will also have tours, lectures, special displays, and top galleries.

A Patron Reception and Opening Night Premiere Party will be held the night before the main event. Patrons will preview more than 140 gallery exhibits and enjoy wines from Bordeaux in France, which is LA’s sister city.

The Patron Reception and Opening Night Party will be held Wednesday, January 15, from 7 pm – 11 pm. The event itself will run from January 16 to 18, from 11:00 am – 7:00 pm, and on Sunday, January 19, from 11:00 am – 5:00 pm. The place to be to enjoy all of this is the Los Angeles Convention Center.

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