January 14, 2015 - December 18, 2015

Various Artists

LA Art Show 2015 – ‘Littletopia’

Opening Reception with the Artist(s): Wednesday, January 14, 2015 6:00pm - 9:00pm

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Thinkspace at the LA Art Show 2015

‘Littletopia’ – curated by Red Truck Gallery at the LA Art Show

Irreverent & Accessible Gallery Section Brings Underground Art to the Fore

‘Littletopia’ curated by Red Truck Gallery is a carefully chosen collective of innovative galleries who are breaking down barriers, bucking convention and letting their skilled artists create a new vocabulary. With a focus on craftsmanship, accessibility, and artistry, Littletopia embraces the adventurous collector and draws them into a place where the fantastic become reality on canvas, mixed media, sculpture and print. A place where the art curious can appreciate beautifully rendered pieces and be welcomed into a family of galleries who evoke a mood, from playful, provocative, intriguing, and shocking to downright scary.

The driving force behind Littletopia, Red Truck Gallery, founded by Noah Antieau, is the antithesis of white washed minimalism. Beneath its colorful and inviting veneer, this New Orleans gallery has a subversive soul, presenting eclectic works that combine a wicked sense of humor and an unflinching eye for detail. Littletopia is similarly and intentionally eclectic. Defying categorization, the participating galleries share a respect for artistic craft and a mission to bring a fresh new attitude to a cynical art establishment.

Littletopia Curated by Red Truck Gallery will be at The LA Art Show from January 15 – 18, 2015 concurrently with the Los Angeles Jewelry & Antique 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, to register for lectures & book-signings or purchase online tickets, please visit www.laartshow.com.

About The LA Art Show:
For 20 years The LA Art Show has delivered the broadest spectrum of art from across the globe to Los Angeles’ diverse and engaged collector base. The Los Angeles Art Show, created by KR Martindale Show Management and FADA, is the longest running venue for contemporary, modern, historic and traditional art in the country.

Taking place at:
LA Convention Center – South Hall J and K
1201 S. Figueroa St.
Los Angeles, CA 90015

Look for Thinkspace in ‘Littletopia’ featuring a mini-solo show from Dave MacDowell

Alongside works from:
Adam Caldwell
Andy Kehoe
Bezt
Cryptik
Curiot
David Cooley
Glenn Arthur
Glenn Barr
Jacub Gagnon
Jeremy Fish
Jim Houser
Joanne Nam
Kojiro Ankan Takakuwa
Kwon Kyung-Yup
Margaret Keane
Matthew Grabelsky
Ryan Hewett
Sainer
Sergio Garcia
Stephanie Buer
Tran Nguyen
Troy Coulterman
Yosuke Ueno

Additional info on the fair at:
www.laartshow.com