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Dodger Art, Los Angeles CA | Nearby Businesses


1321 W Sunset Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90026

(323) 247-8557

The Dodger Art Collection is an original limited edition fine art prints signed by the artist. We also have MLB licensed gear, T-shirts, Hats and stickers. The location of Dodger Art Store is just 5 minutes from the Dodger Stadium.

Art Gallery Near Dodger Art

Coagula Curatorial
Distance: 0.8 mi Competitive Analysis
974 Chung King Rd
Los Angeles, CA 90012

(323) 480-7852

Who was the first critical voice to historically champion the Los Angeles art scene as the equal of New York and often superior to it? That would be Mat Gleason in the pages of Coagula Art Journal in the early 1990s. Coagula Curatorial is the commercial gallery component of the Coagula empire, delivering on that same promise.

Tom of Finland Foundation
Distance: 0.5 mi Competitive Analysis
1421 Laveta Ter
Los Angeles, CA 90026

(213) 250-1685

Tom of Finland Foundation was established by Durk Dehner and his friend Touko Laaksonen a.k.a. Tom of Finland. As Tom had established worldwide recognition as the master of homo-erotic art, the Foundation's original purpose was to preserve his vast catalog of work. Several years later the scope was widened to offer a safe haven for all erotic art in response to rampant discrimination against art that portrayed sexual behavior or generated a sexual response. Today the Foundation continues in its efforts of educating the public as to the cultural merits of erotic art and in promoting healthier, more tolerant attitudes about sexuality. Unlike many artists, Tom of Finland's work has always been appreciated by a grass-roots audience as his work was first seen in commercial settings such as magazine illustration, posters and advertising. From the perspective of art historians, Tom's work had an effect on global culture unmatched by that of virtually any other artist. Tom's work had a defining impact on the way Gay men throughout the world were perceived and more importantly, how they perceived themselves. Tom's work has, therefore, had a ripple effect throughout Gay and non-Gay culture during the last 40 years, influencing lifestyle, political tolerance, design, fashion and art. One of the primary goals of the Foundation is to promote Tom's work along with other erotic art so that it receives the academic attention it deserves. From a critical perspective, thanks in part to the sustained commitment of the Foundation, Tom's art is now receiving the acknowledgment it merits. The Finnish Museum of Contemporary Art was the first to make a progressive move in its 1991 acquisition of three Tom of Finland works. In 1997, Tom's work was acquired by two more major museums: The Los Angeles Museum of Contemporary Art and the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. Actively promoted by the Foundation, Tom's work is increasingly being shown in galleries and museums worldwide including the Museum of Modern Art, New York. The Foundation is a 501(c)(3) Educational Archive supported by donations from the public, various fundraising events and dues from its loyal membership. The men and women who support our efforts and goals dedicate themselves both financially and as volunteers enabling the Foundation to present an impressive number of activities on a limited budget. Tom of Finland Company exists as a separate entity from the Foundation. The Company was first established by Tom and Durk to oversee the publication of his work and to eliminate the problem of widespread piracy of his images. In order to further the goal of supporting both Tom's art and the art of other erotic artists, the Company initiated and funded the Tom of Finland Foundation and continues to provide free publicity and donations to further its aims. The Foundation has produced three Tom of Finland Retrospectives. The latest features the finest representation of his work yet with a foreword by noted photographer Bruce Weber and an essay by former Whitney Museum curator Richard Marshall. In recent years, the Foundation has rapidly expanded its Permanent Collection through donations of all manner of erotic artworks, by artists of all genders and sexual orientations. In addition, a growing archive of images by other artists to complement the extensive one of Tom's work is in progress. These archives provide an invaluable resource to curators, students, art historians and collectors. To support and encourage emerging erotic artists the Foundation produces a bi-annual contest which provides exhibition of their work, publicity and awards. The promotion and sale of both new and established artists is facilitated through ToFF's website. The work represented ranges from unknown artists to classic images by Tom, Don Bachardy, Robert Mapplethorpe and more. ToFF hosts social events throughout the year to raise funds and to provide a sense of community for supporters of erotic art. An example is the annual "TOM's Bar" which promotes and exhibits erotic art in a very popular party setting and raises funds to support the Foundation's activities at the same time. The rapidly growing "West Hollywood/LA Erotic Art Fair Weekend" brings together artists and patrons from many parts of the globe. It provides them with a social environment in which to network, opportunities to explore the archives and most importantly, the opportunity to buy and sell works at the two-day Erotic Art Fair.

Subliminal Projects
Distance: 0.0 mi Competitive Analysis
1331 W Sunset Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90026

(213) 213-0078

Subliminal Projects was created by artists Shepard Fairey and Blaze Blouin in 1995 as an artist collective, using skateboards as a fine art medium. By expanding beyond skateboards and apparel to include fine art prints, the group began drawing the attention of Aaron Rose, curator of Alleged Gallery in New York. As a result, Subliminal is one of the key groups responsible for cementing the relationship between the skateboard culture with the fine art world, working with then-unknown artists such as Phil Frost, Thomas Campbell, Mike Mills, Dave Aaron, and Mark Gonzales. By reintroducing Subliminal Projects to the current art scene, Shepard and Amanda Fairey continue to promote collaborations in the form of publications, art shows, and events between artists of varying disciplines.

Rafas Lounge Art Gallery
Distance: 0.7 mi Competitive Analysis
1836 W Sunset Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90026

(213) 413-4464

The Good Luck Gallery
Distance: 0.8 mi Competitive Analysis
945 Chung King Rd
Los Angeles, CA 90012

(213) 625-0935

The Good Luck Gallery, located in the heart of the Chinatown arts district, is the only gallery in Los Angeles to specialize in self-taught art. Whether it is called Outsider, Folk Art, Naive or Visionary, the emphasis is on artists who are driven by a compulsive need to create and who work beyond the margins of the traditional art world. The gallery is owned and curated by Paige Wery, who brings twenty years of experience and a passion for intuitive art to the venture. For six years she was the publisher of Artillery, Southern California’s premier art magazine. The Good Luck Gallery – which opened in 2014 – brings attention to the purity and vitality of work that speaks for itself, without formal training or need of critical interpretation. Established artists are shown, as well as the emerging and overlooked, and every form of art – from painting, drawing and sculpture to performance and installations – will be on display. In addition to regular gallery shows, an online shop features paintings, ceramics, thrift store finds, handmade arts and crafts, as well as zines and literature.

Slow Culture
Distance: 0.8 mi Competitive Analysis
943 N Hill St
Los Angeles, CA 90012

Established August 2013, Slow Culture was founded as an independent art gallery located in the Northeast Los Angeles neighborhood of Highland Park. With an exhaustive schedule of programming, the gallery has been focused on developing a narrative of it’s own over the past 3 years. From art shows, commercial projects, to off site exhibits, an extensive range of media has been explored. During this time, the concept has evolved from gallery to a culture based platform. Committed to sustaining this growth, Slow Culture felt the need to find a new home. With an established community of art galleries and proximity to Downtown Los Angeles, Chinatown felt like the right location. This new space will provide the gallery flexibility to expand it’s concept and provide their community a facility to help foster their creative growth. Slow Culture’s focus is to develop a both physical and digital platform to support artists & creatives across all mediums.

Project Gallery
Distance: 0.8 mi Competitive Analysis
961 Chung King Rd
Los Angeles, CA 90012

(213) 453-9214

Los Angeles based Project Gallery opened its doors in 2012 with an intent to bring a distinct and unique voice to the community. In a very short time, the gallery has lived up to its commitment to present diversified and compelling programming and has showcased the brightest in both emerging and established Art and Photography. Featured contemporary artists have included Zio Ziegler, Ian Ross, Jeremiah Kille, HUEMAN, as well as L.A.’s rising stars Mikael Brandrup and Wyatt Mills. Rare exhibitions with world-renowned musicians Serj Tankian and MOBY both garnered widespread acclaim and further established Project’s cutting edge notoriety. Photography exhibits have featured the following iconic shows: Indian Larry by celebrity photographer Timothy White; ROCK/FIGHT with The Morrison Hotel Gallery hosted by legend Henry Rollins and 50 Years of the Rolling Stones. Project has received extensive media attention from The Los Angeles Times, Entertainment Weekly, LA Weekly, Arrested Motion, Artillery, NYLON,Complex, Los Angeles Confidential, Fast Company, KCET Artbound and many other regional, national and international outlets.

Gregorio Escalante Gallery
Distance: 0.8 mi Competitive Analysis
978 Chung King Rd
Los Angeles, CA 90012

(323) 697-8727

Founded by Greg Escalante, the gallery is committed to showcasing a wide range of innovative artists: established and emerging, from the US and beyond who make the current art landscape an intelligent, vibrant and inspirational scene.

Charlie James Gallery
Distance: 0.8 mi Competitive Analysis
969 Chung King Rd
Los Angeles, CA 90012

(213) 687-0844

Established in Los Angeles in 2008, Charlie James Gallery represents work by emerging and mid-career artists.

Pilates & Arts ~ Echo Park
Distance: 0.7 mi Competitive Analysis
1844 Echo Park Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90026

(323) 913-9460

Pilates & Arts is the only Pilates studio in the heart of Echo Park, a hilly neighborhood north east of downtown Los Angeles, California. In addition to Pilates instruction P&A exhibits arts and hosts After Pilates hours intimate gatherings celebrating all art forms and community. Now offering dance and martial arts classes of all kinds in our dance studio at reasonable rates from $10-$15 a class.

Red Pipe Gallery
Distance: 0.8 mi Competitive Analysis
978 Chung King Rd
Los Angeles, CA 90012

1650 Gallery & Studio
Distance: 0.5 mi Competitive Analysis
1650 Echo Park Ave (Facebook Map is WRONG)
Los Angeles, CA 90026

Sancho
Distance: 0.5 mi Competitive Analysis
1549 W Sunset Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90026

[email protected]

Automata
Distance: 0.8 mi Competitive Analysis
504 Chung King Ct
Los Angeles, CA 90012

Chungking Studio
Distance: 0.8 mi Competitive Analysis
975 Chung King Rd
Los Angeles, CA 90012

(213) 935-0395

Chungking Studio is a studio for daily rental located in the heart of Chinatown, 10 minutes from DTLA. This beautiful, bright, 1500 sq. ft studio features many different aspects such as natural daylight windows, black out curtains, a variety of backdrop curtains and automated canvases. Downloadable map: http://tinyurl.com/mfgam85 In an area with other friendly art galleries on Chung King Road, the studio provides easy access with a parking lot available 30 ft. away, right off the exit of the I-110. Chungking Studio is a ground level space that is ideal for photographers and artists who would like an intimate, yet comfortable space for photoshoots or art displays. Whether you are looking to rent the space as a photo studio, or have a gallery showing, please feel free to contact us for availability or to make an appointment to visit the space.

The Institute for Art and Olfaction
Distance: 0.8 mi Competitive Analysis
932 Chung King Rd
Los Angeles, CA 90012

(213) 616-1744

IAO’s work embraces three primary areas of intent: We Innovate by creating an environment that encourages new exploration of the olfactive arts, fostering discussion and experience of scent through strategic cross-discipline projects, and by providing space for experimentation in our Perfumers’ Lab. Similarly, we facilitate new creative practices spanning the popular and fine arts through project-based residency and research programs. We Educate by generating greater public awareness of scent and perfumery and by helping emergent perfumers gain greater knowledge, exposure and skills. As well, we inform the public about social and scientific issues that impact the art form. We do this by offering ongoing series of classes and workshops, and through a public speaking series. We Support by advancing the art of perfumery and the work of independent scent creators through business mentorships and creative partnerships, and with our ongoing creative residency programs in our Los Angeles chief facility. In 2013 we launched the Art and Olfaction Awards, an awards mechanism devoted to promoting and advancing independent and artisan perfumers. More information can be found at artandolfactionawards.com

Fifth Floor
Distance: 0.8 mi Competitive Analysis
502 Chung King Ct
Los Angeles, CA 90012

(215) 425-6504

Opened in January of 2008, Fifth Floor Gallery is a store dedicated to craft and design within the A. G. Geiger bookstore located in the heart of LA’s Chinatown. Curated by Robert Apodaca and Dolly Davis, their architectural backgrounds see that the space delights in a mixture of contemporary crafts and design. Many of these hand-made objects are available nowhere else besides Fifth Floor.

Cactus Store
Distance: 0.6 mi Competitive Analysis
1505 Echo Park Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90026

(213) 947-3009

Rafa's Lounge Art Gallery
Distance: 0.7 mi Competitive Analysis
1836 W Sunset Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90026

(213) 413-4464

Aeterna Gallery, Los Angeles
Distance: 0.8 mi Competitive Analysis
949 Chung King Rd
Los Angeles, CA 90012

(213) 457-3404

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Subliminal Projects
Distance: 0.0 mi Competitive Analysis
1331 W Sunset Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90026

(213) 213-0078

Subliminal Projects was created by artists Shepard Fairey and Blaze Blouin in 1995 as an artist collective, using skateboards as a fine art medium. By expanding beyond skateboards and apparel to include fine art prints, the group began drawing the attention of Aaron Rose, curator of Alleged Gallery in New York. As a result, Subliminal is one of the key groups responsible for cementing the relationship between the skateboard culture with the fine art world, working with then-unknown artists such as Phil Frost, Thomas Campbell, Mike Mills, Dave Aaron, and Mark Gonzales. By reintroducing Subliminal Projects to the current art scene, Shepard and Amanda Fairey continue to promote collaborations in the form of publications, art shows, and events between artists of varying disciplines.

1650 Gallery & Studio
Distance: 0.5 mi Competitive Analysis
1650 Echo Park Ave (Facebook Map is WRONG)
Los Angeles, CA 90026

Rafas Lounge Art Gallery
Distance: 0.7 mi Competitive Analysis
1836 W Sunset Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90026

(213) 413-4464

SMART OBJECTS
Distance: 0.7 mi Competitive Analysis
1828 W Sunset Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90026

(213) 840-9681

Sabina Lee Gallery
Distance: 0.8 mi Competitive Analysis
971 Chung King Rd
Los Angeles, CA 90012

(213) 620-9404

Project Gallery
Distance: 0.8 mi Competitive Analysis
961 Chung King Rd
Los Angeles, CA 90012

(213) 453-9214

Los Angeles based Project Gallery opened its doors in 2012 with an intent to bring a distinct and unique voice to the community. In a very short time, the gallery has lived up to its commitment to present diversified and compelling programming and has showcased the brightest in both emerging and established Art and Photography. Featured contemporary artists have included Zio Ziegler, Ian Ross, Jeremiah Kille, HUEMAN, as well as L.A.’s rising stars Mikael Brandrup and Wyatt Mills. Rare exhibitions with world-renowned musicians Serj Tankian and MOBY both garnered widespread acclaim and further established Project’s cutting edge notoriety. Photography exhibits have featured the following iconic shows: Indian Larry by celebrity photographer Timothy White; ROCK/FIGHT with The Morrison Hotel Gallery hosted by legend Henry Rollins and 50 Years of the Rolling Stones. Project has received extensive media attention from The Los Angeles Times, Entertainment Weekly, LA Weekly, Arrested Motion, Artillery, NYLON,Complex, Los Angeles Confidential, Fast Company, KCET Artbound and many other regional, national and international outlets.

Aeterna Gallery, Los Angeles
Distance: 0.8 mi Competitive Analysis
949 Chung King Rd
Los Angeles, CA 90012

(213) 457-3404

Gregorio Escalante Gallery
Distance: 0.8 mi Competitive Analysis
978 Chung King Rd
Los Angeles, CA 90012

(323) 697-8727

Founded by Greg Escalante, the gallery is committed to showcasing a wide range of innovative artists: established and emerging, from the US and beyond who make the current art landscape an intelligent, vibrant and inspirational scene.

Coagula Curatorial
Distance: 0.8 mi Competitive Analysis
974 Chung King Rd
Los Angeles, CA 90012

(323) 480-7852

Who was the first critical voice to historically champion the Los Angeles art scene as the equal of New York and often superior to it? That would be Mat Gleason in the pages of Coagula Art Journal in the early 1990s. Coagula Curatorial is the commercial gallery component of the Coagula empire, delivering on that same promise.

Ed Freeman Photography
Distance: 0.8 mi Competitive Analysis
945 Chung King Rd
Los Angeles, CA 90012

Ed Freeman grew up in Boston and majored in French at Oberlin College in Ohio. After college, he worked as a performing musician, arranger and record producer, crafting dozens of pop and jazz records, including Carly Simon's debut album and Don McLean's "American Pie." Starting twenty years ago, Freeman gradually transitioned to his other great love, photography. Since then he has published two books and exhibited widely in galleries and museums, both in this country and abroad. He has been featured in dozens of photography magazines and has scores of cover pictures to his credit. His fine art images are in many private collections and in the permanent collections of several prominent American museums.

L2kontemporary
Distance: 0.8 mi Competitive Analysis
990 N Hill St, Ste 205
Los Angeles, CA 90012-1753

(323) 225-1282

Thomas Solomon Gallery
Distance: 0.9 mi Competitive Analysis
427 Bernard St
Los Angeles, CA 90012

(323) 275-1687

Robert Barry, Brad Eberhard, Bart Exposito, Vishal Jugdeo, Brett Lund, Josh Mannis, Dennis Oppenheim, Ry Rocklen, Miljohn Ruperto, Analia Saban, Rosha Yaghmai

Bamboo Lane Gallery
Distance: 0.9 mi Competitive Analysis
410 Bamboo Ln, Fl 1st
Los Angeles, CA 90012

(213) 687-6629

Human Resources
Distance: 0.9 mi Competitive Analysis
410 Cottage Home St
Los Angeles, CA 90012-1415

(213) 290-4752

Human Resources is a team of creative individuals which seeks to broaden engagement with contemporary and conceptual art, with an emphasis on performative and underexposed modes of expression. Human Resources is entirely volunteer run and seeks to foster widespread public appreciation of the performative arts by encouraging maximum community access. Human Resources also serves as a point of convergence for diverse and disparate art communities to engage in conversation and idea-sharing promoting the sustainability of non-traditional art forms. Contact HR at: inf[email protected] * hours of operation subject to change based on the event and or exhibition. more about our 2011 scheduling TBA

Shadow Box Gallery
Distance: 0.9 mi Competitive Analysis
943 N Broadway
Los Angeles, CA 90012

(213) 973-7927

Untitled Prints & Editions
Distance: 0.9 mi Competitive Analysis
970 N Broadway, Ste 112
Los Angeles, CA 90012

(310) 908-4121

Untitled Prints & Editions is an artist run, fine art print shop located in Los Angeles' Chinatown. Untitled Prints & Editions collaborates directly with artists to publish prints and multiples as well as contract printing.

XVY Art & Design
Distance: 0.9 mi Competitive Analysis
970 N Broadway, Ste 205 A
Los Angeles, CA 90012

The Hub Gallery
Distance: 1.0 mi Competitive Analysis
2211 W Sunset Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90026

(213) 353-9922

The Hub Gallery is a showroom dedicated to bringing Los Angeles only the finest of art and antiques, with its broad collection spanning over 3000 years of human civilization. From Classical and Egyptian antiquities to 60’s Abstract painting, and everything in between, The Hub is a bastion of history and beauty catering to discerning collectors, sophisticated interior designers and decorators, and other art aficionados. Paintings, sculpture, furniture, and every type of decorative object; you name it and The Hub will find it for you. We offer curatorial services for individuals seeking to broaden or refine their collections, and if you are a decorator looking for a particular piece that can’t be found in the showroom, the odds are very good that it can be located somewhere in our off-site, 3000 square foot warehouse. With 40 years of knowledge and expertise behind The Hub, rest assured that every item in the gallery has been thoroughly vetted and is guaranteed to be authentic and precisely as described. Whether you are looking for investment grade art or a 19th c. bronze sculpture for your entryway, we always strive to bring you the highest of quality for the best value available. The Hub will be periodically hosting curated exhibitions as well as shows highlighting works by tomorrow’s Masters, so please feel free to provide us with your contact information to be placed on our event mailing list.

Tropico de Nopal Gallery Art-Space
Distance: 1.0 mi Competitive Analysis
1665 Beverly Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90026

(213) 481-8112