Art Exhibits

Published on March 5th, 2020 | by Jerry Doby


Cakeland Gallery Presents “The Beauty War” Immersive Exhibit

Cakeland Gallery LA announces its permanent residence in Chinatown, launching The Beauty War exhibition on March 20, 2020. Created by renowned artist Scott Hove, The Beauty War is a  multisensory wonderland, guiding viewers through a frosted covered labyrinth that explores the clashing forces of light and dark. Through the artist’s signature cake-inspired work, the immersive fine art installation is a transcendental, emotional, and mind-expanding experience winding through a series of highly dramatic and exquisitely crafted rooms.

“This is not another temporary food popup, but a direct challenge offering something meaningful to the Los Angeles art goer,” Hove, Cakeland creator said. “Cakeland is a place for solace and reflection in the midst of some turbulent and uncertain times. ‘The Beauty War’ is my expression that examines the forces of beauty and the cycles of nature; intended for people to take pause and experience joy through art.”

As one of the originators of the Los Angeles pop-up scene, The Beauty War is Hove’s reclamation of the saturated art movement, revealing an evocative and elevated experience for those that enter.


Cakeland Gallery LA is located in the historic area of Chinatown, surrounded by beautiful late 1930s architecture and within walking distance of Central Plaza, and an abundance of restaurants and shops. The surrounding area offers ample street parking and is in close proximity to public transport routes.

Cakeland is open to the public beginning March 20, 2020. Pre-sale tickets are available now with passes starting at $10 USD (regular ticket prices are $20 USD). Doors are open Wednesday-Sundays every week.

In the coming weeks, a portion of all show proceeds will benefit wildlife conservation.

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