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Photos: Opening Night at the LA Art Show 2019

[dropcap size=big]T[/dropcap]he annual LA Art Show took place this weekend in downtown L.A., where more than 200,000 square feet of exhibition space was filled with contemporary art. L.A. Taco staff photographer Erwin Recinos was on hand to capture scenes from opening night.

Opening night of LA Art Show 2019 with graffiti legend "Risk" aka Kelly Graval (top) & muralist Robert Vargas (below).

Feeny Photo makes their debut at LA Art Show with photography by collab piece by photographer Philip Fagan and sculpture Daniel Cohen.

Multimedia artist Shlome J. Hayun exhibiting his Fallen Legends and abstract collection at the Bancs Gallery Booth.

Scott Hove returns to LA Art Show this year with this museum-scale wall installation.

Los Angeles native Mike Stilkey creaties small and large-scale installations that use discarded books as the canvas.

Blinkgroup Gallery from Miami, Florida included Los Angeles based artist Karlos "Bumps" Marquez.

New York / Los Angeles based contemporary artist Gregory Siff.

The work of Metis Atash featured at Samuel Lyne Galleries from Dallas, Texas.

The work of Venezuelan artist Daniel Diaz-Tai with Dialecto Gallery from San Francisco, California.

Sarah Trouche is a French visual artist who uses performance, photography, video, and sculpture in her practice. Trouche will perform using hundreds of underwear that she has collected, washed, and dyed beforehand.

Sculpture installation by Los Angeles based artist Camille Rose Garcia.

Two El Eh original's, photographer Estevan Oriol & and artist Alex "Defer" Kizu.

The Museum of Latin American Art (MOLAA) has selected Argentinian artist, Cristian Castro and his site-specific installation, 27 Peces / 27 Fish.

RELATED: Recap: LA Art Show 2018 ~ DTLA

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