Los Angeles offers the best eclectic mix of art around the city! Whether you’re looking for photography shedding light on social issues of today, new artists with one-of-a-kind vision, or something more classic, art galleries of L.A. have an art show for you nearly every day of the week. These galleries will lure in both the art connoisseurs and those initially not interested in art. Here are some of L.A.’s most interesting art galleries to visit this weekend:
Located in the heart of Downtown’s Arts District, this gallery definitely feels more like a museum. With typically three concurrent exhibitions per quarter, its shows bring big names—post-war female abstractionists, Calder sculptures—as well as newer artists. The 24,000-square-foot also features a bookstore, garden and restaurant, Manuela. To learn more, click here.
This rustic campus-like complex of art galleries is located on the former Red Line Trolley Station. William Turner Gallery is the best one. It’s become a highly respected gallery by showing some of the best emerging contemporary artists since its inception in 1991. To learn more about the gallery, click here.
Art Share L.A. has been making the art lovers happy since 1997. After its relaunch in 2013, this creative arts center has been offering exhibitions for the public, as well as work and performance space for local artists. To learn more about the art center, click here.