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The Kohn Gallery is a contemporary art gallery in Los Angeles, California. The gallery was founded in 1985 by Michael Kohn, an art critic for Arts Magazine & former Flash Art Magazine editor. This stylish gallery focuses on pop-art, modern masters, & fantastic collections at a 12,000 sq. ft. space. For over 24 years, the Kohn Gallery has maintained space in L.A. The Kohn Gallery has hosted several exhibitions in Los Angeles from historically notable exhibitions to enticing contemporary exhibitions, devising meaningful contexts to establish links to the greater art historical persistence.
Some major exhibitions at this gallery involve Andy Warhol’s Campbell’s Soup Boxes in December 1986; Bruce Conner: Work from the 1970s, She: Works by Richard Prince and Wallace Berman which brought together—for the first time—two generations of leading artists from different coasts, and more. The Kohn Gallery also provides a platform to mid-career artists like Octavio Abúndez, Caroline Kent, Mark Innerst, Jarvis Boyland, María Berrío, and others. Here, one can find great artworks of the 20th Century. The parking facility is in the rear of North Citrus Ave.
Entry : Open to public (Timed reservations are required)
Timings : Open Tuesday to Friday from 10 A.M. to 6 P.M., and Saturday from 11 A.M. to 6 P.M. (closed Mon & Sun)
Wheelchair accessible : Yes
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