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This is an ORIGINAL Rolled Advertising Poster measuring 24" x 32". It is ALL ORIGINAL, on kraft white paper. It has some slight wear because of the paper, it is the nature of the beast!

This Poster was used to promote the December 6-10, 1990

5th INTERNATIONAL CONTEMPORARY ART FAIR

This ART LA90 EXPO features a Father and Son working on an art project. Daddy is showing the boy how it's done.

It was held at the Los Angeles Convention Center in L.A. It's a nice poster for the Art or Advertising Exhibition collector!

Shop with confidence! This is part of our in-store inventory from our shop which is has been located in the heart of Hollywood where we have been in business for OVER 40 years!

Art/LA '90, Los Angeles' fifth annual International Contemporary Art Fair featuring 160 world-class galleries from more than 50 cities in 19 countries, came to the downtown L.A. Convention Center Thursday through Dec. 10.

The event featured exhibitions of contemporary painting, sculpture, drawings, prints and photographs, as well as special components such as a series of educational programs on art and the environment.

Several local galleries had booths at the fair, they presented their most important artists to catch visiting collectors.

"We've virtually rebuilt the gallery from top to bottom," says Jack Rutberg of his newly designed space at 357 La Brea Ave.

Kathy Clark, a visual, video and performance artist who was festival manager of the 1990 Los Angeles International Gay & Lesbian Film & Video Festival, has been named artistic director for the downtown Woman's Building.

Clark, who also spent seven years on the staff of the Northwest Film & Video Center of the Oregon Art Institute in Portland, had previously been a recipient of the National Endowment for the Arts Inter-Arts grant program, the Seattle Arts Commission, Oregon Arts Commission and Portland's Metropolitan Arts Commission. Her recent film and video works have been screened locally at Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions, L.A. Freewaves, CalArts and Barnsdall Art Park. She spent eight years with the performance-art group The Girl Artists.

Peter Halley, previously known for his "hyper-real" paintings using Day-Glo colors and accentuated textures, has his first sculpture exhibition at Santa Monica's Michael Kohn Gallery, opening Tuesday and running through Dec. 29. Halley used artificial building materials and rocks to make geometric forms, which were then cast in fiberglass to create large-scale reliefs. Three relief sculptures, which are mounted to the walls, will be on view.

This was the first showing in Los Angeles of paintings by Jane Wilson, whose works were included in collections such as the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Museum of Modern Art, the Whitney Museum of American Art and the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, goes on view Saturday at Earl McGrath Gallery on Robertson Boulevard. Wilson has been recognized as a leader of the painterly Realist movement since the 1950s. The show included her works from 1965-1990.

Patrick Nickell had his first solo show at Sue Spaid Fine Art on Beverly Boulevard through Dec. 30. The show, called "Built for Speed," features constructed sculptures made from everyday materials: cardboard, bubble wrap, plastic, glue, felt pens. Nickell's purpose: to "lift the component of 'high' style" from the work to "indicate the way style often functions as . . . an over-abused prop reminiscent of art/life in the Reagan era."

A symposium in conjunction with the exhibition of unique works and multiples by conceptualist Marcel Duchamp at Santa Monica's Shoshana Wayne Gallery was held on Saturday at the Santa Monica Library.

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LOS ANGELES Convention Center 5th INTERNATIONAL Art POSTER L.A. expo Fair 1990
Item #BMM0004250