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Blum & Poe

  • Art
  • Culver City
Photograph: Courtesy Blum and Poe

Time Out says

An art tour of Los Angeles isn’t complete without a commute to Blum & Poe, whose founders Tim Blum and Jeff Poe had a critical hand in forming the Culver City Arts District in 2003 when they moved their Santa Monica gallery to a 5,000-square-foot industrial warehouse in the new neighborhood. Once known for its specialty in abstract works, the gallery now represents over 50 artists working across different media. As tastemakers first and foremost, Blum and Poe have particularly made a name for themselves by bringing international artists into the American market. In recent years, they have staged large-scale surveys that look at global art movements, such as the Japanese Mono-ha moment, the life of Korean Dansaekhwa monochrome painters and a revisit of Brazilian modernism.

Lisa Kwon
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Lisa Kwon


2727 S La Cienega Blvd
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