The 2011 Los Angeles Art Show

laas-2011-overview-web-237Following up on last year’s successful show, I exhibited for a second time in late January at the 2011 Los Angeles Art Show. The venue was the downtown LA Convention Center. LAAS is an annual juried art fair that brings together more than 100 galleries from around the world. This year’s featured guest country was China. Exhibitors showed work in painting, sculpture, photography, video and printmaking genres.

We saw pieces that ran the gamut from Old Masters (most notably 16th Century Flemish painter Pieter Bruegel the Elder), through Impressionist, to Modern, to Contemporary at prices that ranged from $300 to three million. The organizers reported 40,000 visitors over the four day weekend. Check the LAAS website for information on next year’s fair.
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Forefront Documentary

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A Visual Diary

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Boston Pops Commission

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“Alpenglow” in Thread

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Audio Commentaries

Audio CommentariesAn audio guide to five photographs.