This massive space (116,000 square feet, to be exact) is the Arts District outpost of the international gallery Hauser & Wirth, which was founded in New York 1992. The L.A. space opened the addition of Paul Schimmel, the respected and well-connected former curator of the Museum of Contemporary Art who has since departed from the gallery, and occupies a former flour mill with its collection of contemporary art and modern masters. The project has restored the Globe Mills complex into a cultural center with museum-caliber exhibitions as well as public programs and educational activities.
|Venue name:||Hauser & Wirth Los Angeles|
901 E 3rd St
|Opening hours:||Wed–Sun 11am–6pm|
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“Annie Leibovitz. The Early Years, 1970-1983”
This early-career retrospective features more than 5,000 photos from the acclaimed portrait photographer’s 1970s practice, starting with her work for Rolling Stone. Portraiture subjects include some of Leibovitz’s photo world heroes: Andy Warhol, Richard...Photography Thursday February 14 2019 - Sunday April 14 2019 Free
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This is easily the most impressive art gallery in the entire city. In terms of size and features, it's really more of a museum—the gallery spaces are large, nobody's pushing sales on you, there's a bookstore, etc. The content definitely isn't for everyone—hope you like conceptual art—but the space itself and the diversity of its pieces are enough to justify a visit.