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Beverly Hills boasts some of the most renowned galleries of the American West. In the shadow of giants like the Gagosian and Ace Galleries are a handful of equally prestigious art spaces that would satiate even the most avid collectors. Count in the well-respected institutions affiliated with the neighboring University of California Los Angeles campus and one finds an art scene which is both mature and vibrant, established and innovative.
Yet another gallery strong in post-war, abstract expressionist and contemporary works, Karl Hutter is a small yet significant addition to the Beverly Hills artscape. Having exhibited works by Francis Alys, Adolf Fleischmann, Bruce Conner and Andy Warhol while emphasising a historical approach, Karl Hutter has also displayed the likes of Brian Wills, Dennis Koch, Chris Thorson, Miwa Ogasawara and Jedd Novatt. Karl Hutter stands as a testament to the monumental quality of the galleries of Beverly Hills, offering a reminder that even those smaller carry their own weight and more.
Formerly based in Paris, French dealer and collector Denis Bloch specialises in modern and contemporary original prints and drawings, as well as sculptures and vintage posters. Well equipped with works of the masters of the 20th century, Denis Bloch boasts a collection of some of the more recent giants, from Damien Hirst and Jeff Koons to Keith Harring and David LaChapelle.
Denis Block Fine Art, 9626 Brighton Way, Beverly Hills, CA, USA, +1 310-270-4880
While Beverly Hills offers no shortage of the most valuable and acclaimed artists and artworks of the contemporary scene, the UCLA New Wight Gallery offers a refreshing breath of youth in an otherwise mature artistic landscape. With frequently changing exhibitions to match the vibrant output of UCLA’s department of art, the New Wight Gallery proves that talent can be found in the Beverly Hills area well outside the heavily financed white cube. The gallery presents the work of undergraduates in addition to MFA students from UCLA and other California schools while maintaining a professional exhibition space easily on par with established galleries.