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The 2022 LA Art Show Opening Night Premiere! Kaia Gerber dazzles the red carpet

By Rachel Ganz

On Wednesday night, January 19, 2022, gorgeous model Kaia Gerber dazzled the red carpet with her beauty at the LA Art Show’s opening night premiere at the Los Angeles Convention Center.

Cindy Crawford’s daughter Kaia Gerber was host of the event which benefits St Jude Children’s Research Hospital. St Jude’s Research Hospital is a world leader in the treatment and fight against childhood cancer and other life-threatening illnesses. Their mission is to find cures and save children

The LA Art Show’s opening night premiere from 7-11 p.m. was graced by many celebrities, actors and actresses, including Reid Scott, Janice Dickenson, Eva LaRue, Evan Ross, Josh Henderson, Kate Linder, Mia Dagher, Michael Drayer, Cinthya Carmona, Skye Aurelia Elspeth Keller and many more. There were delicious appetizers and free drinks and access to an elegant VIP lounge

The LA Art Show, featuring more than 80 international and nationwide galleries, occupies more than 180,000 square feet of space in South Hall at the LA Convention Center. The exhibition’s largest selection of programs showcases the vast array of contemporary painting, illustration and sculpture from around the world.

LA Art Show Director Kassandra Voyagis successfully brought the creative community together while following all city and CDC protocols to provide a safe and enjoyable venue to begin and celebrate LA’s 2022 art season.

The LA Art Show is donating 50,000 square feet to ”DIVERSEartLA”, a special programming section dedicated to nurturing the creative energy of international collectors, artists, curators, museums and nonprofits by reaching them directly with patrons in Los Angeles.

It is organized by the talented Marisa Caichiolo.

This year’s exhibition will explore and discuss the global climate crisis and possible clarifications and solutions. The European Pavilion showcases European Galleries from Spain, Germany, Italy, France, UK and Denmark

The Roots Collection is an exhibition space dedicated to galleries that exhibit historical works, as well as contemporary artists who follow these traditions. Project Space features accomplished solo exhibitors from galleries around the world

Works on Paper is an engaged space for photography and other creative pieces that are not on traditional canvas

Vullum/LA^ SuperRare’s NFT exhibition, curated by Jessie Damiani & Sinziana Velicescu was extraordinary.

Elsewhere is a Negative The exhibition Mirror is colorful presents the digital work of 10 influential artists who use architectural imagery to explore space, perception and reality.

The LA Art Show has taken extra precautions with COVID precautions, requiring all attendees to show proof of vaccines, wear face masks and a 50% limited capacity. In previous pre-pandemic years, 60,000 people attended over four days. This year’s expectation is limited to only allowing 30,000 over 5 days. The LA Art Show runs from January 19-23, 2022

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