Advocate and Gochis Galleries
1125 N. McCadden Pl. (323) 860-7325. Exhibits works of gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender artists. Drag Angeles thru June. Mon-Sat.
Antebellum Hollywood Gallery
1643 N. Las Palmas Ave. (323) 856-0667. Fetish and homoerotic gallery; viewer discretion is advised. Trois Homes de Paris June 25-July 15. Thu-Sat 1-7pm.
1546 N. Highland Ave. (323) 464-3900. Art services and exhibits LA artists Zachary Crane: Small Town Hero June 25-July 9.
Project Mermaids Aug 27-Sep 5.
7358 Beverly Blvd. (323) 936-7020. Affordable urban, pop, abstract, street, figurative, photo, and sculptural art by emerging European and U.S. artists. Imaginary Rooms thru July 29. Open daily.
Autry Museum of the American West
4700 Western Heritage Way (Griffith Park). (323) 667-2000. California Impressionism:
The Gardena High School Collection thru Oct; Revolutionary Vision: Group f/64 and
Richard Misrach Photographs From Bank of America Collection thru Jan 8;
LaRaza opens Aug 27. Closed Mon.
https://theautry.org/ (See PLACES, MUSIC and FAMILY)
Barnsdall Art Park
4800 Hollywood Blvd. Hollyhock House and eleven surrounding acres were given to Los Angeles by oil heiress Aline Barnsdall in 1927. Includes L. A. Municipal Art Gallery, Frank Lloyd Wright's Hollyhock House, Gallery Theatre, Junior Arts Center, and Barnsdall Art Center. Daily 5am-10pm. http://barnsdall.org/ (See FAMILY)
Barnsdall Art Center
4800 Hollywood Blvd. (323) 644-6275. Operated by L.A. Cultural Affairs. Classes in painting, drawing, sculpting, mosaic, stained glass, and more for all ages. Mon-Sat. http://barnsdall.org/ (See FAMILY)
3712 Beverly Blvd. (323) 874-6400. Contemporary art gallery representing cutting-edge, conceptual artists in Los Angeles. Brian Mann: Pleasure Faire thru July 16.
Bonhams & Butterfields
7601 Sunset Blvd. (323) 850-7500. Fine art auctioneers and appraisers since 1865. Mon-Fri 9am-5pm.
Corita Art Center
5515 Franklin Ave. 323-450-4650. The Joyous Revolutionary, a chronological overview of the art of activist, artist, teacher and former nun Corita Kent. Mon-Fri 10am-4pm. Reservations recommended. www.corita.org
166 N. La Brea Ave. (323) 933-5557. DeLoss McGraw:
as with a picture, so with a poem thru July 2.
148 N. La Brea Ave. (323) 934-2250. Exhibits rare, vintage and contemporary photography. Frank Horvat: Please Don't Smile thru July 9. Tue-Sat.
Gallery 1988: East and West
7021 & 7308 Melrose Ave. (323) 424-3705 (East), 937-7088 (West). Wed-Sun. Matthew Skiff thru July 9 (East).
Alex Pardee and Matt Richie thru June 25.
Group Show: Twenty Years Later July 1-July 16.
825 N. La Cienega Blvd. (310) 652-8272. Non Sequitur June 25-July 22.
LAAA Benefit Auction July 30. Tue-Sat.
1034 N. Highland Ave. (323)467-5700. Lecia Dole-Recio and
Dean Sameshima thru July 9.
8365 Melrose Ave. (323) 651-0513. Fine art publishers of limited prints and sculpture. Richard Serra: Elevational Weights and
Double Rift IV thru July 1. Mon-Fri. www.geminigel.com
Hannah Hoffman Gallery
1010 N. Highland Ave. (323) 450-9106. Contemporary Art. Group Show: A Change of Heart curated by Chris Sharp thru July 16. Tue-Sat. www.hannahhoffmangallery.com
Trigg Ison Fine Art
9009 Beverly Blvd. (310) 274-8047. Fine European and American modern paintings and sculpture. Recent acquisitions include works byPierre Fremont and
Hans Otto Orlowski.
Merry Karnowsky Gallery
170 S. La Brea Ave. (323) 933-4408. Exhibits American emerging and mid-career contemporary artists. Todd Carpenter/Vonn Sumner July 30-Aug 27;
Edward Walton Wilcox Sept 10-Oct 1. www.mkgallery.com
1227 N Highland Ave. (323) 461-3311. Ori Gersht:
Floating World July 9-Sept 2. Tue-Sat.
KM Fine Arts
814 N. la Cienega Blvd. (310) 854-0540. American and European artists of early modernism, postwar, and contemporary art. Victor Matthews: The Longest Road thru July18.
Darryl Sivad: Wall Street thru July 18. Tue-Sat. www.kmfinearts.com
7000 Santa Monica Blvd. (323)871-4140. Experimental exhibitions animating dynamic relationships between art, artists and audiences and reflecting the diversity of the city. Kristin Calabrese, Joshua Aster, Jillian Mayer, and Warren Neidich thru July 9. www.laxart.org
918 N. Highland Ave. (323)498-5977. Alternates established artists and emerging ones.
Leica Gallery Los Angeles
8783 Beverly Blvd. (424) 777-0341. Established and up-and-coming photographers. Marc De Poala: 60 Seconds thru July 18
Darryl Sivad: Wall Street thru July 18. Open daily. www.leicagalleryla.com
170 S. La Brea Ave., upstairs. (323) 899-1363. Bradford Salamon June 25-July 23.
Hung Viet Nguyen July 30-Aug 27. Wed-Sat. www.launchla.org
La Luz de Jesus Gallery
4633 Hollywood Blvd. (323) 666-7667. Brad "Tiki Shark" Parker:
Kona Kitsch and
The Poster Pop Collection July1-31.
Juan Muniz & Jasmine Worth, Michael Murphy, Maryrose Crook, and
Bunnie Reiss Aug 5-28.
The Fourth Annual Coaster Show Sept 2-Oct 2. Located inside the Soap Plant/Wacko complex. Opening receptions 1st Fri 8-11. Mon-Wed 11am-7pm. Thu 11am-9pm. Fri-Sat 11am-10pm. Sun 12-7pm.
Los Angeles Center of Photography
1515 Wilcox Ave. (323)464-0909. Hosts classes, workshops, and shows. Annual Members' Exhibition July 30-Aug 26. Mon-Fri. www.lacphoto.org
Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions (LACE)
6522 Hollywood Blvd. (323) 957-1777. Cutting-edge arts center features multi-media exhibitions by emerging and renowned international artists
The Palinopsic Field
thru Aug 14.
Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery (LAMAG)
4800 Hollywood Blvd. (323) 644-6269. A facility of L.A. Dept. of Cultural Affairs. COLA 2016 thru July 3.
Open Call: Play Aug 14-Sept 18. Free. Thu-Sun 12-5pm. www.lamag.org (See Barnsdall Art Park)
612 N. Almont Dr. (310) 550-0050. Contemporary art with photography emphasis exhibits established and emerging artists. Nathaniel Mary Quinn: Highlights thru Jun 25.
Summer Show July 7-Sept 2. Tue-Sat. www.mbart.com
Mak Center at the Schindler House
835 N. Kings Rd. (323) 651-1510. Preserves the vitality of the Rudolf M. Schindler House and Studio (1922) exploring the disciplines of art and architecture. Routine Pleasures thru Aug 24. Free Fridays 4-6pm. Wed-Sun. www.makcenter.org
Matthew Marks Gallery
1062 North Orange Grove. (323)654-1830. Specializes in modern and contemporary art in a variety of media. Pavlova's Dawg and other Works by Gallery Artists thru June 25. Tues.-Sat. 10am -6pm. www.matthewmarks.com
Meliksetian | Briggs
313 N. Fairfax. (310)625-7049. Contemporary art gallery. Valerie Green: Left to My Own Devices thru June 25. Tues-Sat. www.meliksetianbriggs.com
MTA Metro Art Tour
(213)922-2738. Metro offers regularly scheduled and special request group tours of the artwork in the Metro Rail system. www.metro.net/art (See TOURS)
Morrison Hotel Gallery
1200 Alta Loma Rd. & 6250 Hollywood Blvd. (323) 498-5889. Features inspiring and iconic images of musicians over the last fifty-plus years. Don't Look Back thru June 26. Open daily. www.morrisonhotelgallery.com
Tobey C. Moss Gallery
7321 Beverly Blvd. (323) 933-5523 20th Century American prints, drawings, paintings and sculpture. Latin Politics July 3-Sept. Tue-Fri 12-4pm and by apt. www.tobeycmossgallery.com
Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA)
Pacific Design Center, 8687 Melrose Ave. (310) 289-5223. Don't Look Back: The 1990s at MOCA thru July 11.
Hito Steyerl: Factory of the Sun thru Sept 12. Free. Tue-Sun. www.moca.org
Mr. Musichead Gallery
7420 W. Sunset Blvd. (323) 876-0042. Where music and art meet. Weekly artist receptions. Mon-Sat. www.mrmusichead.com
New Image Art
7920 Santa Monica Blvd. (323) 654-2192. Established and emerging artists from the street, skate, fine art, and surf scenes. Land Boys:
Swamp of Time thru July 9. Tue-Sat. www.newimageartgallery.com
Pacific Design Center
8687 Melrose Ave. (310) 657-0800. West Hollywood's famous "Blue Whale" is center for design arts. Art Malpractice, CMay Gallery thru July 8.
GYOPO Group Exhibition, Industry Gallery thru June 24.
Anthony James: Morphic Fields, Varola thru July 29.
Blue Logan: Writing on the Walls of Fashion, 4AM Gallery thru July. 10Mon-Fri. www.pacificdesigncenter.com
Redling Fine Art
6757 Santa Monica Blvd. (323)230-7415 Kate Groobey: Perfect Potatoes thru July 9. www.redlingfineart.com
Regen Projects Hollywood
6750 Santa Monica Blvd. (310) 276-5424. Contemporary art. Daniel Richter:
Wild Thing thru Aug 13;
Abraham Cruzvillegas Sept 10-Oct 22. Tue-Sat.
Diane Rosenstein Fine Art
831 N. Highland Ave. (323) 462-2790. Tue-Sat. www.dianerosenstein.com
Jack Rutberg Fine Arts
357 N. La Brea Ave. (323) 938-5222. Tue-Sat. Modern & Contemporary: Paintings, Drawings, Prints & Sculpture. Patrick Graham:
The Silence Becomes the Painting thru July 30.
George Stern Fine Arts
8920 Melrose Ave. (310) 276-2600. Specializes in California Impressionism and American Scene painting. Tue-Sat. www.sternfinearts.com
Louis Stern Fine Arts
9002 Melrose Ave. (310) 276-0147. Helen Lundeberg and the Four Abstract Classicists thru July 2.
Jean-François Spricigo: Friends and Other Animals July 16-Sept 9. Tue-Sat. www.louissternfinearts.com
Richard Telles Fine Arts
7380 Beverly Blvd. (323) 965-5578. John Williams thru July 2. Tue-Sat and by appt. www.tellesfineart.com
Steve Turner Contemporary
6830 Santa Monica Blvd. (323) 460-6830 Emerging and international artists. Ivan Comas thru July 9;
Jia I & Luciana Lamothe July 23-Aug 27. Tues-Sat. www.steveturner.la
Various Small Fires (VSF)
812 N. Highland Ave. (310) 426-8040. Dedicated to exhibitions that challenge conventional modes of art production and presentation. Tue-Sat. www.vsf.la
WUHO (Woodbury University Hollywood Outpost)
6518 Hollywood Blvd. The World Upside-Down thru June 26. Thu, Fri and Sun. www.wuho.architecture.woodbury.edu
Updated July 4, 2016 SB