LA Art Show: The WGSN team pick their favourite pieces
By Lourdes Linares

The Los Angeles Art Show wraps up with an eclectic array of modern and contemporary art, plus, showcases love for David Bowie. WGSN’s Associate West Coast Editor Lourdes Linares reports

Feb 01, 2016

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Founded in 1994 and now in its 21st edition, the LA art show brings together over 70 local and international galleries featuring an eclectic array of modern and contemporary art, a stretch from a small regional event that began featuring only 14 galleries and now has the largest and longest running platform for fine art.

Running from January 27-31st at downtown LA’s Convention Center, the show did not disappoint in bringing together live painting and global artwork, which made it quite tough to pick our favourites of the show, nonetheless here we round up our top artworks and pieces below.

Petra Eiko




Angel Delgado



Desire Obtain Cherish



Mattia Biagi



Greg Auerbach



Rafael Barrios






David Datuna



Mr. Brainwash



Michael Kalish



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