Los Angeles Modernism Show Opening Night

The LA Modernism Show is a 4 day weekend exhibition benefiting P.S. Arts, an organization protecting arts education that serves over 12,000 students in LA. Last night was the opening night party hosted by Lisa Kudrow and Courtney Cox. The show features artists from LA, France and other happening areas and included a couple high end antiques dealers, fine jewlery and an open bar sponsored by Ultima vodka and the Patron Social Club.

Among my favorite exhibits was the exquisite collection on display by Christopher Anthony Ltd. of Palms Springs. A one of a kind collection featuring antique and vintage furniture as well as intricately designed sculptures and artwork that made for a display of an elevated caliber, a perfect representation of the modernism kick in LA.


The collection Albert Feix III and Daniel Guidat of Nano Herman displayed some very unique portrayals of legendary inspirations like Lucille Ball, Shirley Temple and Marilyn Monroe. and attracted a lot of attention at the party.


This is my favorite kind of cause, I believe that one of the most important elements in a child’s development is nourishment of the imagination and creative intelligence through Art and Musical education, to take that away would be a complete injustice.  Make sure you make it to the show and get a glimpse of what the top designers, collectors and artists in the industry have to share.  The show will be open to the public today until Sunday and tickets are only $15 at the door, Barker Hangar, 3021 Airport Ave in Santa Monica.


A Pablo PICASSO cut-out valued at $30,000, featured at the Morateur Gallery exhibit.


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