Kohn Gallery - Los Angeles Magazine

Everything You Need to Know About L.A.’s New and Future Museums

Not so very long ago, venues for art in Los Angeles were somewhat limited. LACMA, MOCA, and the Getty dominated the scene, with a few significant galleries dotting the landscape, here and there. But now, with a new injection of gallery energy into central Hollywood, and the enormous and extraordinary undertaking that is the Broad, along with many other moving and changing art venues, art in L.A. is truly on the verge. As Suzanne Isken at the Craft and Folk Art Museum puts it, “There is no center in L.A.—it is a multi-action city for art.”

Kohn Gallery

Don’t miss the Kohn, just around the corner from Regen on Highland Boulevard: this 12,000-foot space has three gallery spaces, as well as an external space that is planned for future sculpture exhibits. With soaring 22-foot ceilings, Kohn has played host to some the West Coast’s most important artists: Joe Goode, Ed Ruscha, Wallace Berman, Bruce Conner. Michael Kohn is a fixture in the Los Angeles art scene, and checking in at Kohn is a good way to keep current. Now showing at the Kohn: Tom LaDuke. Coming up: Simmons and Burke and Lita Albuquerque. - See more at: http://www.lamag.com/culturefiles/everything-you-need-to-know-about-l-a-s-new-and-future-museums/#sthash.nFPAHEKT.dpuf

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