Gallery Hopping on the Culver City Art Strip
Caryn Coleman, founder of the fantastic website, art.blogging.la, just posted a photo blogging feature documenting the latest openings she has attended in the Culver City gallery district with images and curatorial musings about her favorite pieces.
The Culver City galleries can be intimidating to the uninitiated so I thought it would be useful to link to the websites of the well-established galleries that Caryn mentions in her piece: Cherry and Martin, Honor Fraser, Domestic Setting, Kinkead Contemporary, and Angstrom Gallery are all vibrant contemporary galleries showcasing some of the most exciting artists working right now and well worth a detour.
Happily, all of the Culver City galleries are within walking distance and distribute handy maps of the gallery district so that you can plot your walking tour. If you decide to make a day out of your visit, don’t miss the buzzing Culver City farmer’s market, macrobiotic friendly M Café de Chaya, and mouth-watering French fusion restaurant Fraîche. A word to the wise: There seems to be a ban on valet parking in Culver City so leave the Jimmy Choos at home in favor of something more sensible for a bit of good spirited urban trekking.
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Tags: Angstrom Gallery, art.blogging.la, Cherry and Martin, Culver City famer's market, Culver City galleries, Domestic Setting, Fraîche, Honor Fraser, Kinkead Contemporary, M. Cafe de Chaya