Dates: January 19th – 23rd, 2022

Location: LA Convention Center, South Hall

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bG Gallery is excited to present a booth at the 27th anniversary edition of  The LA Art Show. The gallery will present a dynamic  selection of work by contemporary and gallery artists at booth 1001/1100.

Featured artists will include: Ralph Allen Massey, Barbara Kolo, Brayden Bugazzi, Philip Vaughan,  Hung Viet Nguyen, Meghan Hedley, Mark Hix, GK Austin, John Szabo, Susan Lizotte, Betty Wick, Gay Summer Rick, Charles Sherman, Jamy Kahn, Hillary Kaye, Melisa Meier, Paula Craioveanu, Stuart Rapeport, Ryan Schude, Dan Busta, Susan Moss, Tom Wright, Linda Smith, Alessandra Pierelli, Ellen Schinderman, David Isakson, Richard Chow, Alexander McVickar, Juri Koll, Ivan Butorac, Jessica Darke, Burton Gray, Michael Turchin, and more.

Featured exhibition with artist Alexandra Dillon: In collaboration with the LA Art Show, we will be hosting a featured installation, “Personal Artifacts” created by artist Alexandra Dillon. In this project, Alexandra Dillon explores character, personality and emotion by painting imagined portraits on used tools and other implements – recycled from swap meets and flea markets.  Tools such as axes and cleavers, hint at hidden and repressed feelings of rage and revenge, while her tiny lock and key sculptures offer hope that each of us can find the solution to our personal struggles. Her old master style faces on coal shovels, cleverly employ the ruffled base as an Elizabethan collar, and circular saw blades carry similar faces of strong women – badass babes whose time has come. Her installation piece “Mood Swings” is a kinetic sculpture on two large shovels that are balanced on a mount that allows the viewer to manually move them revealing a face that changes from a smile to a frown as it swings on its axis.

Learn more about “Personal Artifacts” here:

About LA Art Show

Los Angeles has emerged as a global epicenter of art & culture, with a distinct, interwoven multi-cultural influence unique to the city. Diversity is our strength and art is most impactful when it includes or transcends all borders. As LA rises as the world-class destination for art, LA Art Show continues to lead the way with innovative programming and one-of-a-kind experiences for an expanding collecting audience.

More than 200,000 square feet of exhibition space is committed to today’s prominent galleries. These domestic and international galleries, beyond their booths, curate special exhibits that are at the forefront of the burgeoning contemporary art movement. The fair offers an extraordinary array of works and experiences in specialized sections.