Today at the LA Art Show: Littletopia

Conceived by Red Truck Gallery founder Noah Antieau and the late Juxtapoz Magazine co-founder Greg Escalante, for the past five years, the beloved Littletopia section of the LA Art Show has showcased some of the fastest rising lowbrow and pop art galleries, curators and artists in the world—a movement that first flourished in Southern California.

One of the only shows in the world to devote so much programming and space to this kind of work, thousands of attendees pass under Littletopia’s custom archway each year to enter the LA Art Show’s mecca for imaginative, new contemporary voices, and honor the visionary artists who came before.

This year, Caro Buermann of the leading new contemporary Corey Helford Gallery joins Red Truck Gallery to bring Littletopia into the future by highlighting the women who have fueled the rise of the new contemporary art movement. Hi-Fructose Magazine joins as media partner for the first time ever.

SHOW HOURS
Thursday, January 24, 2019 | 11am – 7pm
Friday, January 25, 2019 | 11am – 7pm
Saturday, January 26, 2019 | 11am – 7pm
Sunday, January 27, 2019 | 11am – 5pm

LOS ANGELES CONVENTION CENTER – WEST HALL
1201 South Figueroa Street Los Angeles, CA 90015

2019 SIGGRAPH Art Gallery

For artists working in Art and Technology, the 2019 SIGGRAPH Art Gallery is accepting submissions through January 29, 2019 and the conference will be held in Downtown Los Angeles at the LA Convention Center. This year’s theme is, “Proliferating Possibilities: Speculative Futures in Art and Design” and asks what solutions we might need to thrive in a future full of promise and unknowns.

“The SIGGRAPH Art Gallery is an exhibition for artworks that fuse compelling artistic vision with technological innovation. The pieces featured in the Art Gallery demonstrate the progress we’re making, as well as the questions we’re facing as a global society. Artists have and continue to incorporate hybrid practices, digital fabrication technologies, science, architecture, design, and virtual and augmented platforms in their work as a means of exploration around crucial societal questions. Plan what works you may submit to further this critical dialogue.”

2019 SIGGRAPH Art Gallery Curator, Brittany Ransom

Submit your boundary-pushing works of art here.