2018 / LA Art Show to host 4 Japanese galleries, Jan. 10-14

LA Art Show will be held from Jan. 10-14 at Los Angeles Convention Center.
Four Japan-based art galleries will present their booths at LA Art Show 2018.


Gallery Fukuda (Booth #6033)

Niigata-based Gallery Fukuda was founded in 1985, and a member of Tokyo Art Club. Gallery Fukuda will present a variety of Japanese art form traditional to contemporary including Ryuma Imai, popular artist in Japan and Asia; established artist Kenji Misawa; and Maiko Muro.

Mizoe Gallery (Booth #4028)

Mizoe Art Galleries are located in Fukuoka and Tokyo with peaceful gardens. Mizoe Gallery is specialized in collections of modern and contemporary art. Mizoe Gallery booth (#4028) is displayed with artwork of established artist Tamie Okuyama in Japan and Asian countries. This year’s Okuyama’s appearance in LA Art Shoe is her third appearance in Los Angeles.

S.E.A Gallery (Booth #705-804)

S.E.A. represents emerging, mid-career and established artists from Japan, France, Italy and the United States. Displays at S.E.A. Gallery Booth (#705-804) will feature artworks of Hiroshi Mori, Guy Dill, Woods Davy, Kloe Vano, Miki Yokoyama, Mikako Arai, Shoen Tomonaga, Kenji Tsutsumi and Ken Sakaguchi. This year, S.E.A. will open other booth, #1001, for 6 or 7- sculpture installations of Woods Davy.  www.sea-contemporary.com

Blanc Gallery (Booth #7065)

Founded with the philosophy of “Art into life, life into art” in Macau, Blanc Art is the leading contemporary gallery in the Asian region. Blanc Art has been good at promoting contemporary arts and emerging talents internationally.