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Knots, Red Thread Sculpture , 2010 Sculpture 14"W X 17"H X 25"L © David J. Lee
Los Angeles Art Association/Gallery 825
825 N. La Cienega Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90069
Venue Type: Gallery
CURRENT EXHIBITIONS & EVENTS
June 30th - July 20th
Apocrypha
Julia Alexander-Bates, Vera Arutyunyan, Clovis Blackwell, Lorraine Bubar, Andree B. Carter, Michael Chomick, Debra Dobkin, Jennifer Dozier, Sandy Huse, Mark Indig, Sebastian Karantonis, Christine Kline, Barbara Kolo, Kseniia Korniienko, Faina Kumpan, Teresa Lakier, Nancy Goodman Lawrence, Jung ji Lee, Shannon Lee, Pamela Markman, Debbie McAfee, Susan Melly, K'era Morgan, Osceola Refetoff, Samuelle Richardson, Kuniko Ruch, Lyle Rushing, Seda Saar, Eris Sharon, Linda Stelling, Young Summers, Michael Verbenec, Eugene Vishnevsky, Odenis Vitoreli, Jay Wysard and Mara Zaslove
UPCOMING EXHIBITIONS & EVENTS
July 28th - July 28th
2018 Benefit Auction
Lilian Abel, Shula Singer Arbel, Vera Arutyunyan, Michael Bacon, Mariona Barkus, Clovis Blackwell, Karen Hochman Brown, Suzanne Budd, J.T. Burke, Kerry Campbell, Andree Carter, Mary Chabre, Michael Chieffo, Fred Chuang, Annie Clavel, Josiane Cohanim, Laura Cohen, Joelle Cooperrider, Joseph Dalrymple, Bibi Davidson, Joe Davidson, Lynne Deutch, L. Aviva Diamond, McPherson Downs, Jennifer Dozier, Simone Drucker, Karen Duckles, Lore Eckelberry, Shepard Fairey, Hadia Finley, Kat Flyn, Dwora Fried, Jean Gatewood, Richard Gayler, Carlos Grasso, Iva Gueorgueiva, Maureen Haldeman, S.P. Harper, Shelby Harris, Shelley Heffler, K. Ryan Henisey, James Hill, Lucie Hinden, Lousine Hogtanian, Brad Howe, Thomas Hussung, Eva Hyam, Margaret Hyde, Aileen Imperatrice, Paul Ivanushka, Joel Joseph, Lauren Kasmer, Lynda Keeler, Rajiv Khilnani, Kseniia Korniienko, Susan Lasch Krevitt, Linda Kunik, Campbell Laird, Teresa Lakier, Tom Lamb, Nancy Goodman Lawrence, Samantha LeDuc, Maddy LeMel, Geoffrey Levitt, LoW BiT LoGiC, Kadir Lopez, Marilyn Lowrey, Midge Lynn, Shana Mabari, Edgar Machuca, Theodosia Marchant, Rachelle Mark, Pamela Markman, Joanne Chase Matillo, Randi Matushevitz, Lynne McDaniel, Susan Melly, Christopher Michael, Michele Benzamin Miki, Daniel Monteavaro, Sean Munley, Jora Nelstein, Denise Neumark-Reimer, Daniel Orr, Miguel Osuna, Young La Park, Lisa Pedersen, Ashton Phillips, Bob Poe, Clayton Pond, Margaret Raab, Julio Ramos, Osceola Refetoff, Melissa Reischman, Marcia Roberts, Frederika Roeder, Barbara Romain, VIKTORIA ROMANOVA, Ed Ruscha, Seda Saar, SameSource, Ry Sangalang, Anne B. Schwartz, Tom Seghi, Kathy B. Shapiro, Eris Sharon, Richard Slechta, J. Sloman, Richard Smith, Susan Spector, Howard Steenwyk, Karen Stein, Ernest Steiner, Nela Steric, John Waiblinger
QUICK FACTS
Open hours
Tues-Sat 10-5
Phone
310.652.8272
Fax
310.652.9251
Gallery type
Contemporary
DESCRIPTION

As a 501(c) (3) nonprofit organization, Los Angeles Art Association's (LAAA) mission is to provide opportunities, resources, services and exhibition venues for emerging Los Angeles artists. Founded in 1925, LAAA has launched the art careers of many celebrated artists and has played a central role in the formation of Los Angeles' arts community. By supporting the emerging talent at the onset of their career path, we hope to influence all the cultural stakeholder groups in Los Angeles and contribute to the cultural identity of our community. LAAA is pledged to providing emerging artists with experience, education and exposure needed to create and sustain a career in thearts.

LAAA provides:

  1. Group and solo show exhibitions, LAAA provides artists with venues to freely express their artistic vision, allowing the public and the larger arts community with the opportunity to experience new work as it happens.
  2. Mentoring opportunities with established artists.
  3. Artspeak is LAAA's lecture and workshop series specifically responsive to the career preparedness and workplace readiness issues for artists.
  4. Film & Video 825, a screening of local and nationally recognized video artists' work curated by Gallery 825/LAAA and members of the arts community.
  5. Artist Hash Sessions, artist-driven dialogues concerning issues that pertain to their careers, their process, the art scene, as well as an opportunity to network with other artists.
  6. Public Art Classes