The Bruce Lurie Gallery in Los Angeles, CA

The Bruce Lurie Gallery is a contemporary art gallery established in the early 1980s. Initially opened in New York’s East Village, it later moved to its current location in the Culver City Arts District, one of the most eclectic neighborhoods of Los Angeles. Bruce Lurie, the founder of the Bruce Lurie Gallery, has a long history and excellent reputation in the art business. He has launched many emerging artists into the mainstream art scene and has helped many young talents with their careers. He is also the person who gave the first show to Jean-Michel Basquiat, one of the most influential African-American contemporary artists, whose works are now being sold for millions of dollars.

Largely focused on pop art, abstract minimalism, street art, and photography, the Bruce Lurie Gallery offers a fantastic selection of cutting-edge contemporary art by mid-career and emerging artists. These include artworks by The Producer BDB, Plastic Jesus, Ralph Lazar, John Stango, and other talented artists working in various media. The Bruce Lurie Gallery also participates in many international modern and contemporary art fairs. For example, it had a booth at the recent edition of the LA Art Show Modern + Contemporary in Los Angeles and also at CONTEXT Art Miami in Miami. Besides, the Bruce Lurie Gallery was present at Art Palm Springs 2019 held on February 15-18.

If you are ever in Los Angeles and looking for a contemporary art gallery to check out, Fine Art Shippers highly recommends the Bruce Lurie Gallery! You are sure to love this place!

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