The San Marino Gallery will host an opening night gala for the premiere of LA Art Experience, a three-day exhibition of the gallery’s contemporary works at the historic Majestic Halls in Downtown Los Angeles (650 South Spring Street) on Friday, October 14th.

The three-day exhibiton of art music and dance will be hosted by Adam Shankman, Nigel Lythgoe, Carrie Ann Inaba and Katie Holmes, and feature guests Ice-T, LL Cool J, Snoop Dogg, Ty Perkins and many others.

The event will feature live music, dance performances, an open bar and over 100 masterpieces by San Marino Gallery’s leading artists from around the world. Proceeds from the gala will benefit the Dizzy Feet Foundation. Founded in 2009, the non-profit organization is dedicated to supporting dance education in the United States with an illustrious board that includes Nigel Lythgoe, Adam Shankman, Carrie Ann Inaba, and Katie Holmes.

The San Marino Gallery represents living masters of modern art, both new and established, in mediums from painting and sculpture to glass and photography. LA Art Experience will showcase installations of dynamic and influential artists, including American painter Anthony Waichulis’ incredibly detailed, life-like oil paintings of everyday objects; Belgian artist Georges Monfils’ original pop art created from unusual materials; and Hongnian Zhang’s internationally celebrated Chinese oil paintings.

Produced and designed by renowned luxury event company E squared concepts, the event will include art, architecture, music and dance, leaving visitors with a newfound appreciation for the arts. With extraordinary dance performances, eclectic international cuisine, spirits, a star-studded red carpet & WOW factors, the premiere of LA Art Experience will be an elegant evening that will long be remembered.

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