Art has the power to transcend boundaries, evoke emotions, and spark conversations like no other medium. Recently, the artists with Art Solutions had the privilege of participating in an extraordinary art show at the iconic Pershing Square Building in DTLA. From the moment we stepped into the venue, we were transported into a world of creativity, imagination, and inspiration all thanks to master curator Arshak Papazyan.

The art show was held at Pershing’s stunning contemporary gallery space and provided the perfect backdrop for the diverse range of artworks on display. The white walls and views of the city created a sense of space that allowed the art to take center stage. The gallery was bathed in natural light, which beautifully illuminated the artworks, highlighting every intricate detail.

One of the most remarkable aspects of this art show was the sheer diversity of pieces on display. Papazyan does extraordinary work as a curator, sourcing pieces ranging from traditional mediums to avant-garde sculptures to multimedia installations. Each artist came from their own background and culture, bringing unique perspectives to the event and the opportunity to engage with the artists themselves was stellar.

Many of the artists were present, eager to share their insights, inspirations, and creative processes. Talking to the artists added an extra layer of depth to the artworks and allowed us to gain a deeper understanding of their work. Check out the list of artists from Art Solution in attendance by visiting our website at to learn how you can support them.

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Perhaps the most inspiring aspect of this art show event was the sense of community and connection it fostered. Visitors from all walks of life came together in DTLA to celebrate art and creativity. Conversations flowed freely, and strangers became friends as they discussed their favorite pieces and shared their interpretations. It was a reminder of the unifying power of art to bridge gaps and connect people.

This art show was not just an event; it was a celebration of the human spirit and a testament to the enduring beauty of art. Join us next time from 4:30 pm to 8:30 pm PST, September 12th-14th. 448 S Hill Street in DTLA, hosted by JMF Development and Mrs. Fish Japanese Restaurant and Whiskey Bar. Don't forget to come say hi and hang out after! The cocktail reception is at Mrs. Fish from 5 pm - 9 pm PST.