Spring Break Art Show LA 2020 Review

It was a crowded February art show season in Los Angeles, and while many of the other fairs boasted big names and galleries from around the world creating a big investor shopping paradise, the more intimate focus of the Spring Break Art Show really won us over with its offering of both emerging and established talents in the structure of curatorial projects around a theme. It allowed visitors to spend more time in a cohesive experience and diving deeper into the variety of artist visions, and the atmosphere of the Skylight ROW DTLA was a great host venue giving each project plenty of space to spread out.

The following is a photo gallery presentation of some highlights.

upercollider Gallery x FEMMEBIT present “Technosphere,” a multimedia exhibition reflecting on the byproducts of excess: battery leakages seeping into our cities, ice depletion, plastics, landfills — this exhibition incorporates the materials of profuse waste.

orks curated by Nathan See – including Jessica Goehring

onathan Paul’s The Nature of None

orks by Fall On Your Sword and Sarah Bereza

handran Gallery – Elena Stonaker, Heather Day, Ines Longevial

urden and Ray’s “The Happy House” curated by Sean Noyce and Steven Wolkoff

ntra-Being: Ecological Civilization curated by Khang B. Nguyen

Kama Shooter” Artist Marina Heintze curated by Leila Jarman

More from a mix of installations at Spring Break Art Show LA 2020