.A.R.4.T Gallery is proud to join this years curated section of galleries for Littletopia at the LA Art Show.
Back by popular demand, Littletopia returns for a second year at the Los Angeles Convention Center. Dubbed the “antithesis show” by section curator and owner of Red Truck Gallery, Noah Antieau, Littletopia is stocked with galleries hand selected for their roster of innovative, exciting artists.
Littletopia debuted last year and quickly received accolades from national and regional media outlets including: the LA Times, Huffington Post, Hi-Fructose, Juxtapoz, KCET, Los Angeles Magazine, LA Daily News, LA Weekly and the Art Newspaper is described as, “a super cool section at the LA Art Show that is casual, inviting, and full of sexy, disturbing, dark, playful art. Expect plenty of pleasant surprises from this explosive, innovative group of galleries.”
.A.R.4.T Gallery will be exhibiting works by Zio Ziegler, Dennis McNett, Casey O’Connell, Rich Jacobs, Super Future Kid and Trace Mendoza.
Participating galleries include ACE Gallery in Beverly Hills, CA; Antena Estudio from Mexico City, Mexico; Artists Republic 4 Tomorrow from Laguna Beach, CA; Copro Gallery from Santa Monica, CA; Corey Helford Gallery from Culver City, CA; FIFTY24MX from Mexico City, Mexico; Gauntlet Gallery from San Francisco, CA; Hashimoto Contemporary from San Francisco, CA; La Luz de Jesus from Los Angeles, CA; New Eye ACCD Projects from Los Angeles, CA; Red Truck Gallery from New Orleans, LA; Roq La Rue Gallery from Seattle, OR; Sloan Fine Art from New York, NY; Spoke Art from San Francisco, CA and Thinkspace from Culver City, CA.
The LA Art Show takes place from January 15 – 18, 2015 concurrently with the Los Angeles Jewelry, Antique & Design Show at the Los Angeles Convention Center, South Hall 1201 Figueroa Street, Los Angeles, CA 90015. For additional information about the Los Angeles Art Show or to purchase online tickets, please visit www.laartshow.com.
Featured image : Zio Ziegler, “To quit the laws of nature and assume the laws of man”