Filled with a vibrant range of art, Los Angeles is one of the best cities in the country to view exhibitions by a wide variety of talented, emerging, mid-career, and established artists. Feast your eyes on an eclectic, diverse pieces of art by taking a tour of each LA neighborhood’s best galleries.
Downtown | Night Gallery
2276 E 16th Street
Downtown Los Angeles is an emerging neighborhood for arts and culture, and Night Gallery reflects this. Originally a space for new artists, the industrial space now largely features known names, but continues to engage with its new artist roots.
Hollywood | Steve Turner
6830 Santa Monica Blvd
Ethnically diverse Hollywood has a high population that identifies as Hispanic and originates from all over North and Latin America. Steve Turner highlights this cultural diversity by showcasing breakthrough artists from these regions, often in their debut US exhibition.
West Hollywood | M+B
612 North Almont Dr
Los Angeles’ trendy, youthful neighborhood is well-represented by this cozy, adorable gallery with unique and colorful exhibitions. The vibrant photography and art often comes from young artists brand new to the scene.
2525 Michigan Ave E-1
The most famous of the art galleries featured in Santa Monica’s Bergamot Station, William Turner is colorful, contemporary, and culturally progressive, just like its beachfront neighborhood. The gallery features mid-career and emerging artists.
Culver City | Blum & Poe
2727 La Cienega Blvd
Blum & Poe was the first gallery to land in an industrial area that later became the Culver City Art District. Located in a large warehouse, rotating contemporary urban exhibitions featuring artists from around the world reflect the area’s diversity.
Beverly Hills | Galerie Michael
224 N Rodeo Dr
Situated on the famous luxury shopping Rodeo Drive district, Galerie Michael shows off the qualities of its famous neighborhood by displaying work from well-known 17th century European artists. Come here for an opulent afternoon.
Venice | 1003 Art Gallery and Lounge
1003 Abbot Kinney Blvd
The quirky beachfront Venice urban arts scene predominantly shows off the work of local residents, photographer Alberto Bevacqua and contemporary artist Jon Grauman. It plans to continue to celebrate the numerous artists who came from this neighborhood.
Boyle Heights | Maccarone
300 S Mission Rd
Maccarone is at the forefront of Boyle Heights’ growing art scene, which is springing up in this eclectic, industrial neighborhood on Mission Road. Primarily showing off progressive urban art, it’s proud to showcase artists new to Los Angeles.
Mid-City / Mid-Wilshire | Kayne Griffin Corcoran
1201 South La Brea Ave
This neighborhood’s cultural diversity and ample space is the perfect environment for Kayne Griffin Corcoran’s spacious gallery, complete with an attractive courtyard often filled with exhibitions. The contemporary artists featured include established Los Angeles favorites.
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