The Other Art Fair is back in DTLA this March 28-31 for an third edition at Magic Box at The Reef. While it may seem like there’s yet another art fair every month, tamp down your cynicism, we’re only three months into 2019 (hello, it’s only March), this is a good thing. With pieces starting from just $150 this art fair could be the most “accessible”. They’ll have the on-trend immersive world thing, including a series of eco-friendly initiatives produced by Head of Collections at Soho House, hand poke tattoos, artwork by Guest Artist Mister Cartoon and Shepard Fairey, performance art, Ace Hotel DJ sets, and food & drink pop-ups, so maybe check it out.
Presented by the world’s leading online art gallery Saatchi Art, The Other Art Fair showcases work by 140 talented independent artists with artworks starting from $150, each hand picked by a Selection Committee of art world experts. Art lovers can visit the fair with the confidence that they are buying from the very best and most promising emerging artists in a unique and immersive experience.
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While you’re at the LA Art Show, we recommend stopping by Bert Green Fine Art (BGFA). Grey James will be featured in their Solo Projects booth (#827).
“Grey James’ paintings and mixed media works are concerned with the examination of specific motifs. Many of his core subjects are repeatedly and rigorously selected: the male nude, lemons, the sky, the sea, the horizon. At the center of the work is the idea of Nothing. As the artists observes: theres a lot going on in Nothing. As banal and monotonous as that appears, there are deeper meanings that touch on age old experiences of solitude, simplicity, and the truth found in silence and the observation and contemplation of the world. Simple works presented without pretension are tremendously powerful.”
This Sunday, January 13th, the Central Library in downtown Los Angeles hosts the first-ever Mobile Museum Fair! Hey, that’s just down the street from us! This family-friendly event will be full of surprises and discovery for all ages and features a wide variety of portable museums and libraries-on-wheels as part of the new exhibition 21 Collections: Every Object Has a Story. Highlights include the International Printing Museum, LACMA On-Site, the African American Museum of Miniatures, the Santa Monica Mountains’ mobile visitor center, the Feminist Library on Wheels, marionette shows, a pop-up planetarium, and much more. The 21 Collections exhibition will also be open for viewing, in the Getty Gallery on the 2nd floor of Central Library.