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    The Box

    Since opening in 2007, The Box mission has been to create a diverse art program surveying historical artists and their contemporaries. By exhibiting artists of multiple generations, the gallery has established a discursive critical voice in addressing and viewing varying perspectives of art within the larger context of contemporary artistic Read more [...]

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    Touchon&Co

    Touchon&Co represents mid-career and emerging artist since it’s beginning in 2014. Touchon&Co started in Venice at 310 Westminster near the historical Abbot-Kinney. The Gallery now occupies two levels with over 4,000 square feet in a historical building at 1100 South Main Street in the heart of Downtown Los Angeles. Focusing on Read more [...]

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    The Hive Gallery & Studios

    Founded in Spring of 2005, The Hive Gallery and Studios is a truly unique and vibrant gallery/studio experience. It is a virtual think-tank, buzzing with 5 featured artists a month, two full galleries, 25 working artists, and an artist-made item store. One of the longest standing galleries on the Downtown Read more [...]

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    Hauser and Wirth

    Hauser & Wirth was founded in 1992 in Zurich by Iwan Wirth, Manuela Wirth and Ursula Hauser, who were joined in 2000 by Partner and Vice President Marc Payot. A family business with a global outlook, Hauser & Wirth has expanded over the past 25 years to include outposts in Read more [...]

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    PYO Gallery LA

    PYO Gallery LA was established in 2008 in the downtown sector of Los Angeles. The gallery is distinctive in presenting contemporary emerging and mid-career artists with an emphasis on Asian and local California artists. PYO provides a vital gateway to the art centers of China, Korea, and the United States Read more [...]

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    Good Luck Gallery

    The Good Luck Gallery, located in the heart of the Chinatown arts district, is the only gallery in Los Angeles to focus on showcasing self-taught art. Whether it is called Outsider, Folk Art or Visionary, the emphasis is on artists who are driven by a compulsive need to create and Read more [...]

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    ART SHARE LA

    FOUNDED: 1997 Our mission is to support artists by providing a creative environment for them to reside, develop, perform, and exhibit. Art Share L.A. inspires artists and provides connection to the community for shared benefits. We maintain a 28,000 square ft. warehouse in the heart of the Arts District. Upstairs, we Read more [...]

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    Lamp Community Arts Program

    The Lamp Arts Program is an arts studio and creativity center for the Skid Row neighborhood. Located at the Lamp Village, the organization’s main shelter facility in the heart of downtown L.A.’s Skid Row, the Arts Program offers people who are homeless, living in extreme poverty or with mental illness Read more [...]

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     COAGULA CURATORIAL

    COAGULA CURATORIAL is located in the historic Chung King Road of contemporary art galleries in Downtown L.A.’s Chinatown, the gallery affirms Downtown as a viable location for the creative industries that drive the Los Angeles economy. Coagula Art Journal was first published in April, 1992, brainchild of Los Angeles writer Mat Gleason. Read more [...]