Attendees included Barbra Streisand, Tom Arnold, and Bravo’s Million Dollar Decorators Martyn Lawrence Bullard, Kathryn M. Ireland, and Jeffrey Alan Marks, among many other VIPs and influencers from the worlds of design, fashion, art, entertainment, and culture. Would love to discuss opportunities for post-event coverage. I have included below link to photos, which are complimentary. For more information about the Los Angeles Antiques, Art + Design Show, please visit: http://www.losangelesantiqueshow.com.
18th Annual Los Angeles Antiques, Art + Design Show Opening-Night
VIPs and Influencers from the Worlds of Design, Art, Fashion, and Entertainment
Celebrated an Exclusive First-Look at the Premiere Show on Wednesday, October 9th
WHAT: The Los Angeles Antiques, Art + Design Show kicked off on
Wednesday, October 9th with its annual Opening-Night Preview
Party, bringing together VIPs and influencers from the worlds of
design, fashion, art, entertainment, and culture for a special preview
of the show. More than a thousand guests mingled and enjoyed an
evening of champagne provided by Piper-Heidsieck and hors
d’oeuvres while previewing decorative and fine arts from more than
43 of the most respected art and antiques dealers in the world.
Proceeds from the Opening-Night party benefitted the Decorative
Arts and Design Council of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art,
which also recognized world-renowned photographer Tim Street-
Porter and his wife, noted author Annie Kelly with the prestigious
Design Leadership Award. Premiere sponsors for the evening
included 1stdibs, Donghia, and The Hearst Design Group.
WHO: Tom Arnold, Liv Ballard, Martyn Lawrence Bullard (Bravo’s Million
Dollar Decorators), Margaret and Joel Chen, Kathleen and Tommy
Clements, Eric Cohler, Beth Rudin DeWoody, Peter Dunham, Waldo
Fernandez, Cliff Fong, Oliver M. Furth, Jane Hallworth, Kathryn M.
Ireland (Bravo’s Million Dollar Decorators), Donna Livingston, Joe
Lucas, Jeffrey Alan Marks (Bravo’s Million Dollar Decorators),
Matthew Rolston, Lauralee Bell and Scott Martin, Charlotte Moss,
Lynda and Stewart Resnick, Kay Saatchi, Julian Sands, Joel Silver,
Trina Turk and Jonathan Skow, Annie Kelly and Tim Street-Porter,
Barbra Streisand, Madeline Stuart, and many more.
WHEN: Wednesday, October 9th, 2013
WHERE: 3Labs | 8461 Warner Drive, Culver City 90232
ABOUT LAAADS: The Los Angeles Antiques Art + Design Show, now in its 18th
year, is one of Los Angeles’ most prestigious and highly anticipated
shows of the year. Presented by the Antiques Dealers Association of
California (ADAC) and managed by Dolphin Promotions. the show
continues to feature decorative and fine art reflecting all design
movements across the millennia, including American and European
period furniture and decorative arts, important 20th-century modern
design, cutting-edge 21st century art and design, tribal arts, Asian
and African arts, and Native American arts.
ABOUT 3LABS: 3Labs Studio is located in the Hayden Tract arts district in Culver City and is centrally sited on LA’s west side just south of the 10 Freeway.
The Hayden Tract, a former warehouse district, is now home to
cutting edge architecture, film and design studios, private schools
and art galleries. “The new location will be a huge asset to the show,”
explains LA co-chair Bianca Chen. “Not only is it conveniently located
for our patrons, but it is a great architectural backdrop for the dealers
who showcase some of the finest antiques, design objects and fine
art from around the world.”
CONTACT: PERIOD MEDIA
LAAADS: General Opening-Night Images (Includes celebrity attendees as well as general atmosphere shots Photo Credit: Dan Arnold
Getty Images: Los Angeles Antiques, Art + Design Show Opening Night Party Photo Credit: Michael Buckner
LA ART SHOW 2013 FEATURES TOP GALLERIES, BLOCKBUSTER SPECIAL EXHIBITIONS & AN EXCITING LECTURE SERIES
Los Angeles Convention Center, South Hall January 23-27, 2012
(Los Angeles, CA – December 6, 2012) The LA Art Show, now in its 18th year, is the longest running platform for contemporary, modern, historic and traditional fine art in the country. The 2012 show hosted more than 100 prominent galleries and attracted more than 50,000 visitors with its ‘Fair-within-a-Fair’ concept featuring distinct sections catering to diverse collecting genres. Taking place from January 24-27, The LA Art Show kicks-off at the Los Angeles Convention Center with a star-studded opening hosted by Ali Larter and Hayes MacArthur benefitting The Art of Elysium and the J. Paul Getty’s Education Department on January 23.
Taking a cue from the public art museum model, where there has long been a trend of juxtaposing contemporary art alongside older works to show movements and highlight the evolution of art through the ages, the LA Art Show is entirely unique in the art world, providing collectors with a complete art experience through an expansive breadth of galleries that crosses contemporary, historic and print genres.
The show’s diverse array of artworks and galleries have been carefully curated and grouped into digestible sections. In essence, the LA Art Show is three distinct art shows under one roof. The Modern & Contemporary Section, The Historic & Traditional Contemporary Section & The Los Angeles IFPDA Fine Print Fair have been honed with the collector in mind. Unique in atmosphere, the aesthetics of each section have been designed to complement the art and create an immersive environment for collectors.
The Modern & Contemporary Section:
From blue-chip artists including Pablo Picasso and Salvatore Dali to the art stars of today such as Damien Hirst & David Bailey, The Modern & Contemporary Section showcases paintings, installations, sculptures and performance pieces by the world’s influential visionaries and trendsetters.
Select gallery highlights from this section include Paul Stolper Contemporary Art, Cernuda Arte, FL; Jonathan Novak Contemporary Art, CA; Latin American Masters; Denis Bloch Fine Arts, CA and Timothy Yarger Fine Arts, CA.
The Historic & Traditional Contemporary Section:
Art has a rich past, the effects and techniques of which can be traced through history and into contemporary works. The Historic & Traditional Contemporary Section groups galleries that
that focus on historic works with their contemporary counterparts that embrace traditional techniques.
Among the galleries on view will be: George Stern Fine Art, CA; Willow Gallery, UK; Redfern Gallery, CA; Galerie Michael, CA; Schiller & Bodo, NY and China-based Trustwin Gallery.
The Los Angeles IFPDA Fine Print Fair:
The International Fine Print Dealers Association (IFPDA) is an organization of expert dealers dedicated to promoting a greater understanding of printmaking, a medium of artistic expression that has been used for over 500 years. Juxtaposing many periods and movements, The Los Angeles IFPDA Fine Print Fair Section features a broad spectrum or works that include: Old Masters, German Expressionist, Antique and modern Japanese, 18th and 19th century European, 19th-century American, American Regionalist, Latin- American, and Modern Works to Contemporary Masterworks and new editions.
Showcasing the world’s top print dealers, The Los Angeles IFPDA Fine Print Fair will include: The Verne Collection, OH; Roger Genser-The Prints & The Pauper, CA: Tobey C. Moss Gallery, CA; Joel R. Bergquist Fine Arts, CA.
The LA Art Show will also feature a number of special exhibitions including:
· Letters from Los Angeles: Text in Southern California Art: A literal Who’s Who in Art, this exhibition will feature: Lita Albuquerque, John Baldessari, Bill Barminski, Wallace Berman, Chris Burden, Hans Burkhardt, Huguette Caland, Doug Edge, Mark X Farina, Jud Fine, Eve Fowler, Gajin Fujita, Scott Grieger, Mark Steven Greenfield, Raul Guerrero, George Herms, Dennis Hopper, Ed Kienholz, Lynn Hanson, Charles LaBelle, Mark Licari, Michael C. McMillen, Jim Morphesis, Bruce Nauman, Stas Orlovski, David Allan Peters, Paulin Paris, Raymond Pettibon, Lari Pittman, Ken Price, Bruce Richards, Ed Ruscha, Richard Shelton, Alexis Smith, J. Michael Walker, Gordon Wagner, Tom Wudl and others.
· Launch LA Exhibition features artists Todd Carpenter, Marion Lane & Antonio Pelaya
· Additional Exhibitions by The LA Art Association & Let’s Educational Fund
· China Fusion, a showcase of emerging artists from Mainland China which highlights the
artist’s fusion of East and West culture through content and form.
· Latin American Art Stars Betsabee Romero & Andrea Juan presented by ADC
Contemporary Art & Building Bridges:
o Betsabee Romero will showcase her acclaimed series of prints created using
o Andrea Juan’s video installation New Species & Sea Images
Dialogs LA is an exciting new series of curated lectures at the LA Art Show. Featuring legendary gallerist Irving Blum, Collector & Chair of MOCA’s Acquisitions Committee Blake Byrne, one of Art & Antiques’ top 100 collectors Clifford Einstein, and author Don Thompson, among others, Dialogs LA are scheduled daily beginning on Thursday, January 22 and continuing through Sunday, January 27.
The Los Angeles Art Show takes place from January 23-27, 2013 at the Los Angeles Convention Center, South Hall 1201 Figueroa Street, Los Angeles, CA 90015. Los Angeles Art Show
programming is included with show admission. For additional information about the Los Angeles Art Show, to register for lecture or purchase online tickets, please visit www.laartshow.com.
LA ART SHOW 2013 OPENING NIGHT PREMIERE PARTY TO BE HOSTED BY ALI LARTER AND HAYES MACARTHUR
100% of Ticket Sales Support the LA ART SHOW Cause Overlay “Bringing Art to Kids and Kids to Art” by benefitting The Art of Elysium and The J. Paul Getty Museum’s Education Department
(Los Angeles, CA – December 16, 2012) The LA Art Show, now in it’s 18th year, will kick off with a high-profile Opening Night Premiere Party on Wednesday, January 23 at the Los Angeles Convention Center. Hosted by The Art of Elysium supporters Ali Larter and Hayes MacArthur, 100% of proceeds from the Opening Night Premiere Party will help The Art of Elysium to expand its program to bring arts to medically fragile children and increase the number of school children who visit the Getty through The J. Paul Getty Museum through its program for Title One School visits.
More than 5,000 VIPS attended the last year’s opening which attracted numerous celebrities, including: James Franco, David Arquette, Dave Grohl (Foo Fighters), Weird Al Yankovic, Rose McGowan, Mena Suvari, Angus T. Jones (Two and a Half Men), C.S. Lee (Dexter), Brandon Boyd (Incubus), Brandi Glanville (The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills), Jim O’Heir (Parks & Recreation), Josiah Rea, Kim Coates (Sons of Anarchy), Kristi Lauren (I Hate My Teenage Daughter), Laurie Holden (The Walking Dead), Lisa Edelstein (House), Megyn Price (Rules of Engagement), MOBY (Musician), Omar Miller (CSI: Miami), Penny Davidi (The Next Food Network Star), Peter Mark Richman (Beverly Hills 90210), Raphael Sharge (Once Upon a Time), Raven-Symone (That’s So Raven), Richard Chamberlin, Sam Trammell (True Blood), Taylor Treadwell (Knight and Day) and Cheech Marin.
All proceeds from the 2013 Opening Night Premiere Party ticket sales will be donated to The Art of Elysium, a non-profit organization dedicated to building bridges between the professional arts community, and children whose lives are constrained by illness. Their “full-circle” mission provides career support services for emerging fine and performing artists, and in turn, engages those artists in volunteering their talents with our free arts outreach programs in pediatric hospitals and medical facilities. The Elysium Full Circle encompasses four arts platforms including Elysium Collections (Fashion Design), Elysium Project (Fine Arts), Elysium Sessions (Music), and Elysium Industry (Theatre/Media Arts).
Proceeds generated from Opening Night Premiere Party ticket sales will also support visits for students from Los Angeles area schools to the J.Paul Getty Museum, through the Museum’s fully subsidized Title One bus transportation program. This program ensures that as many students as possible from throughout Los Angeles can visit the Getty and experience its collection and the site through guided visits and architecture and garden tours. Each year, more than 100,000
students and their teachers visit the J. Paul Getty Museum at its two locations, giving young people the opportunity to enjoy direct experiences with original works of art.
More than 50,000 visitors attended last year’s LA Art Show, which was described by NBC, Los Angeles as an art fair that “brims with top-level talent” including: Damien Hirst, David Bailey, Jordi Alcaraz, Karel Appel, Norman Bluhm, Hans Burkhardt, George Condo, Clarie Falkenstein, Patrick Graham, George Herms, Pablo Picasso, Ruth Weisberg, Jerome Witkin, Francisco Zuniga, Jamie Reid, Ed Ruscha, Armando Romero, David Hockney, Roy Lichtenstein, Arshile Gorky, Jim Dine, Andy Warhol, Fernando Botero, Pissaro and others. Newly acquired by the Palm Beach Show Group (PBSG), the 2013 event will feature expanded programming, including lectures, tours, special exhibits, and must-attend after parties
The LA Art Show will take place on January 23-27, 2013 at the Los Angeles Convention Center, South Hall, 1201 South Figueroa Street, Los Angeles, CA 90015. The 2013 Opening Night Premiere Party will take place on Wednesday, January 23, 2013 from 8pm-11pm, with a VIP Patron reception beginning at 7pm. Tickets are $125 and $500. To purchase tickets and see related benefits, please visit www. laartshow2013.eventbrite.com.
For additional information about the Los Angeles Art Show, please visit www.laartshow.com. General admission to the Los Angeles Art Show is $20. To learn more about The Art of Elysium, please visit www.theartofelysium.org. Media inquiries please contact Agnes Gomes-Koizumi at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 323-937-5488.
About The Art of Elysium
The Art of Elysium is a non-profit 501 (c) 3 organization, founded in 1997 by Jennifer Howell, which encourages actors, artists, and musicians to volunteer their time and talent to children who are battling serious medical conditions. They provide artistic workshops in the following disciplines: acting, art, comedy, fashion, music, radio, songwriting, and creative writing. They provide programming to over 35,000 children and families throughout the Los Angeles area.
About The J. Paul Getty Museum’s Education Department
Since 2005, The J. Paul Getty Museum’s Education Department has been offering fully subsidized bus transportation to Title One schools, annually bringing more than 100,000 students and their teachers to the Getty Museum’s two locations. In addition to these introductory visits, the Department partners with school communities and cultural and community organizations to develop opportunities for longer-term, in-depth learning experiences aimed at engaging young people with original works of and ideas about art. In addition to its strong commitment to K-12 students and their teachers, the Museum’s Education Department also provides a vast array of programs and materials for families, post-secondary faculty and students, and adults and scholars.
Modern & Contemporary Section:
Cernuda Arte, FL
Denis Bloch Fine Art, CA Galerie Moro, Venezuela Jack Rutberg Fine Arts, CA Jonathan Novak Fine Art, CA Latin American Masters, CA Michael Goedhuis, UK Praxis, NY
PYO Gallery, CA Waterhouse & Dodd, UK
Historic & Traditional Contemporary Section:
Abby M. Taylor Fine Art, NY American Legacy Fine Arts, CA Galerie Michael, CA
George Stern Fine Arts, CA Redfern Gallery, CA
Rehs Galleries, NY
Schiller & Bodo Fine Art, NY Trustwin, China
William A. Karges Fine Art, CA Willow Gallery, UK
Los Angeles IFPDA Fine Print Fair:
Joel R. Bergquist Fine Art, CA Stoney Road Press, Ireland Tobey C. Moss Gallery, CA The Verne Collection, OH
Partial List of Galleries