Jas Mowgood

Spring/Break Art Show 2020

LA Weekly - SPRING/BREAK ART FAIR’S LOS ANGELES EXCESS

Hyperallergic - LA’s Spring/Break Art Show Is Delightfully Garish and Over-the-Top

KCRW - So many LA art fairs, so little time

LA Times - Frieze Week L.A. 2020: Your guide to talks, screenings, performances and parties

Spring/Break Art Show: This event, which has run in unusual or historic New York spaces the last eight years, debuted in L.A. last year with a lively, new-kid-on-campus pop and sparkle. More than 45 projects by mostly L.A. artists and curators featured a unifying theme: fact and fiction. In its sophomore year, Spring/Break will have 65 projects centered on “in excess.” Opening day Feb. 14 is VIP-only, but that evening the VIP Valentine’s Day Party is open to the public for $25 per person, with art tours, food trucks and a cash bar. Skylight, ROW DTLA, 757 S. Alameda St., downtown L.A. Feb. 14–16. 

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