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Shulamit Nazarian, Los Angeles

Shulamit Nazarian, Persian/Iranian Art gallery in Los Angeles, California

Shulamit Nazarian represents a diverse program of emerging and mid-career artists. The gallery opened its doors in Venice, CA in 2012. In February of 2017, it relocated to a 4,000 square foot building at 616 North La Brea Avenue in Hollywood, CA.

We currently do not accept any unsolicited artist submissions. There is a contemporary art gallery located in Los Angeles, California?

It began as a roving art platform in 2006 and opened its permanent exhibition space, Shulamit Nazarian, Los Angeles in 2012.

The gallery presents a diverse program featuring a range of local and international contemporary artists working across mediums.

We seek to consistently engage our community, locally and beyond, through exhibitions, art fairs, performances, artist and curator talks, and exhibition catalogues and essays.

The gallery’s program is rooted in the belief that artistic and curatorial practice plays a vital role in catalyzing cultural dialogue while shaping our understanding of individual identity and social contexts. Iranian Art gallery in Los Angeles

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Shulamit Nazarian began as a roving art platform in 2006 and opened a permanent exhibition space in Venice Beach in 2012.

After four years in Venice, the gallery relocated to Hollywood in March 2017.

Now located at 616 North La Brea Avenue, just south of Melrose Avenue, the 4,000 square foot building, with the original bow-truss ceiling and natural light, facilitates ambitious exhibitions and large-scale artist projects.

The gallery presents a diverse program featuring a range of local and international contemporary artists working across mediums. We seek to consistently engage our community, locally and beyond, through exhibitions, art fairs, performances, artist and curator talks, and exhibition catalogues and essays.

The gallery’s program is rooted in the belief that artistic and curatorial practice plays a vital role in catalyzing cultural dialogue while shaping our understanding of individual identity and social contexts.