Overduin and Kite is an art gallery located in Hollywood. This gallery features modern art exhibitions as well as art…More performances.
Antebellum Gallery 1643 N Las Palmas Ave, Los Angeles, CA90028 Antebellum Gallery is a specialty art gallery located on North Las Palmas Avenue in Hollywood. The location is a…More fetish art gallery and cultural salon that offers a wide range of fine art pieces and shows. The location holds all types of events, including weekly gatherings, art shows, exhibitions and more. Some past shows have had special themes and many pieces are from local artists.
PROJECT Gallery 1553 N Cahuenga Blvd, Hollywood, CA90028 PROJECT Gallery is an art gallery presenting exhibitions of emerging and established artists, as well as offering an…More assortment of coffee drinks. Visitors can purchase handcrafted lattes, espressos, macchiatos and cappuccinos while taking in artistic works in genres such as photography, pop-surrealism, installation art, street and contemporary; PROJECT Gallery features fresh roasted coffees from Intelligentsia, Good Birth Coffee and Verve Coffee. A listing of upcoming events can be found on the PROJECT Gallery website.
David Tunkl Fine Art 1903 Outpost Dr, Los Angeles, CA90068 David Tunkl Fine Art is located at the intersection of Outpost and Hillside Drive in the heart of Hollywood. David…More Tunkl is a private art dealer. He specializes in original paintings and sculptures. The collection consists or works by Pablo Picasso, Constantin Brancusi and Jackson Pollock. The gallery is housed in what looks like a Spanish-style edifice, with heavy wooden double doors. For more information, visit the website.
Eighth Veil Gallery and Publishing House 7174 W Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles, CA90046 Eighth Veil Gallery and Publishing House is located on Sunset Boulevard, between North Formosa Avenue and North Detroit…More Street in Hollywood. For something a bit easier on the eyes, head to Eighth Veil, the new contemporary gallery and publishing house founded by Nicole Katz and Kane Austin. Housed in an original 1920s art deco storefront, the space is primed for exhibitions by both emerging and more established artists such as Wes Lang, Ryan Schneider, and Jibade-Khalil Huffman. The adjoining printing press part of the operation is raring to go. In addition to the works on the walls, you'll be able to browse handcrafted books, catalogs and posters to take home.
Cerre 1647 N Las Palmas Ave, Los Angeles, CA90028 Designers Clayton and Flavie Webster are the creative minds behind the Cerre collection. The central Hollywood boutique…More sells what it calls "a luxury leather-based collection" of "modern and timeless" garments. Cerre looks more like an art gallery rather than a clothing store since its designs are unique and not cookie-cutter fashion. Especially notable are Cerre's handbags, which aptly accessorize the elegant clothing found inside of this shop.
Located at the crest of Olive Hill overlooking the city of Los…More Angeles, Barnsdall Art Park had its beginning in the early 1900s when Aline Barnsdall came West with plans to develop a theatre company. When Aline Barnsdall donated the park and its Frank Lloyd Wright-designed structures to the City of Los Angeles in 1927, she wished to provide an accessible arts center, incorporating and preserving the famous Hollyhock House as a vital component. The spirit of Barnsdall's intention was to maintain an active arts center for the community and to assure longevity.
Programs and exhibits became a part of the mission of Barnsdall Art Park, which is used by thousands of Los Angeles community members as well as visitors from throughout the world. The Community Arts Division of the Cultural Affairs Department manages the park. For more information regarding the Cultural Affairs Department, see its website at www.culturela.org. Programs include the adult and youth art classes at the Barnsdall Art Center and the Junior Arts Center, the Barnsdall Art Center and the Hollyhock House; museum education and tours programs at the Municipal Art Gallery, the Junior Arts Center Gallery and the Hollyhock House; theatre programs at the Gallery Theatre; and numerous festivals during the year that celebrate the cultural diversity of the community.
LACE (Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions) 6522 Hollywood Blvd, Los Angeles, CA90028 Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions opened in 1978. A small group of artists was looking for a spacious, inexpensive…More place to house its growing bodies of work and realized there were likely many local artists in need of the same. Today LACE has more than 3,000 events under its belt. More than 5,000 artists have come through here, including those who went on to garner notoriety such as Barbara Kruger, Tony Oursler and John Baldessari. All types of of pieces appear here, including video and digital works, performance art, installations and much more. LACE is a nonprofit organization, and placement in the gallery is normally free or inexpensive.