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Los Angeles Art Show and Neighborhood Hotels

Thursday, December 20th, 2012

If you are looking for most appropriate venue for modern, contemporary and traditional art in the entire United States of America, then the Los Angeles Art Show is the most excellent and pretty place to be. This is a place where everybody has a share. In other words, everybody gets something, whether it is an avant-garde owner to art history majors.

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During the 2013 LA Art Show, four sections of work, that is historic &traditional, modern & contemporary, IFPDA Los Angeles Print Fair and Vintage Posters. Also featured will be top galleries and programming, special exhibits, lectures, after-parties and tours.

Apart from exhibition of fine art, participants are given the once in a lifetime chance to sample cuisine from the most acclaimed restaurants and hotels in LA. In addition, all the participants are offered presentations and lectures.

The event normally takes four days. During this time, the event usually has the ability to attract as many as 125 exhibitors. Exhibitors come with more than 10,000 examples of fine. This is actually one of the biggest exhibitions in the West Cost of the United States of America.

With the International Fine Print Dealers Association joining the show, it only means the show is expanding. Also known as IFPDA, it offers print and laser prices, which consequently enable the LA show to expand its interest also to beginner collectors.

While at the art show, you will need a hotel to sleep in. There are several excellent hotels in LA that you could opt to go for in all times, but two hotels stand out among them. These are the Hilton Checkers and the Millennium Biltmore Hotel. In these hotels, you will be served with exquisite cuisines prepared in the best possible way.

Going by the current turnout, which is at best amazing, discussion into how to expand the gala come next year is already ongoing. Although this year’s edition is over, the results have put LA squarely on the map of legitimate art capitals in the world. It is now mentioned in the same breath as Monte Carlo. This is certainly an event to remember.

Hotels in Los Angeles

Ritz Milner Hotel roomRitz Milner Hotel
Average Price:€66
Average Rating:7.1

Hollywood City Inn roomHollywood City Inn
Average Price:€51
Average Rating:7.7

Candlewood Suites LAX Hawthorne roomCandlewood Suites LAX Hawthorne
Average Price:€74
Average Rating:8.4

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4 responses to “Los Angeles Art Show and Neighborhood Hotels”

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  1. Boyde McMakin says:
    December 21st, 2012 at 05:49

    I have been to this once a few years back. The art work there is pretty amazing and very unique. I would suggest is to anyone who hasn’t been.

  2. sikander says:
    December 24th, 2012 at 12:55

    Nice blog to searching a good hotel..

  3. Mayra Victoria says:
    December 28th, 2012 at 10:56

    Los Angels is my favorite shopping Destination in America. I came at 4 times. but i never visit such a show. I will come on coming New Year 2013. Is that show continue on till 1st week of 2013?

    Mayra Victoria

  4. Dave says:
    February 15th, 2014 at 21:34

    Uhm. Interesting art gallery.-Dave

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