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Regen Projects

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  1. Photograph: Brian Forrest
    Photograph: Brian ForrestRegen Projects, Los Angeles
  2. Photograph: Brian Forrest
    Photograph: Brian ForrestRegen Projects, Los Angeles
  3. Photograph: Brian Forrest
    Photograph: Brian ForrestRegen Projects, Los Angeles
  4. Photograph: Brian Forrest
    Photograph: Brian ForrestRegen Projects, Los Angeles
  5. Photograph: Brian Forrest
    Photograph: Brian ForrestRegen Projects, Los Angeles
  6. Photograph: Brian Forrest
    Photograph: Brian ForrestRegen Projects, Los Angeles
  7. Photograph by Christopher Norman, courtesy Regen Projects, Los Angeles
    Photograph by Christopher Norman, courtesy Regen Projects, Los Angeles

    Regen Projects, Los Angeles

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Time Out says

In 2012, Regen Projects made a splash in the L.A. art world when it moved to Hollywood, a neighborhood that raised eyebrows among heavyweight gallerists who were situated in Culver City and westward. What’s more, founder Shaun Caley Regen turned the vacant site into a museum-caliber destination fit for large-scale exhibitions with a bold, stacked structure by local architect Michael Maltzan. Regen Projects remains one of the most influential galleries in Los Angeles to nurture international artists working in different media. With 20,000 square feet of space, it’s a no-brainer home for installation artists such as Anish Kapoor, Liz Larner and Doug Aitken. Despite whatever New York has to say about us, Hollywood was always high-culture.

Written by
Lisa Kwon

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Address:
6750 Santa Monica Blvd
Los Angeles
90038
Price:
Free
Opening hours:
Tue–Sat 10am–6pm
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