Every year, Los Angeles brings the top art collections, antiques and jewelry under one very expensive roof for the 2014 LA Art Show, Jan. 17-20 at the Los Angeles Convention Center.
Scheduled during the same weekend as Photo LA, the 2014 LA Art Show showcased contemporary art, modern works and ancient collections from an array of cultures. I was intrigued thinking of the beautiful minds that put together some of the most eye-catching pieces I’ve ever seen.
Whether you’re a museum curator searching for the next big attraction, a wealthy investor looking to own some of the world’s most famous artwork and jewelry, or simply a young explorer who can appreciate the creativity of others, the Los Angeles Art Show is an extraordinary experience.
Pros: Some of the most diverse pieces of artwork all in one place
Cons: Parking at the LA Convention Center was $15 (more than the cost of my LivingSocial ticket).
Photos speak louder than any words — checkout the gallery to get a glimpse of what the LA Art Show had to offer.
Tattoo Man and Super Man
Jewelry and furniture were also a part of the exhibit
Turning jerseys into weapons
Volvo had multiple exhibits throughout
250K to look at these gorgeous eyes in your living room