West Hollywood

Located in the heart of West Hollywood, the gallery occupies the former site of a vintage automobile sales showroom where a white stucco façade and red tile roofing typify the distinctive 1930s Spanish Colonial Revival style of Hollywood’s Golden Age. The location has been transformed into a 6,000 square foot exhibition space by architect Annabelle Selldorf of Selldorf Architects.

On view this Summer

Angel Otero. That First Rain in May’ is on view through 24 August 2024.

Attendance is free; no booking necessary.

Holiday closures: The gallery will be closed on 4 and 5 July 2024.

Plan your visit

The gallery is open Tue – Sat 11 am – 6 pm

losangeles@hauserwirth.com

About West Hollywood

Located in the heart of West Hollywood, the gallery's new space will occupy the site of a vintage automobile sales showroom where a white stucco façade and red tile roofing typify the distinctive 1930s Spanish Colonial Revival style of Hollywood’s Golden Age. The location has been transformed into a 6,000 square foot exhibition space by architect Annabelle Selldorf of Selldorf Architects. It will welcome Angelenos at the crossroads of the Design District, ‘Historic Boys Town’ and Beverly Hills. With vaulted wood truss ceilings and expansive windows onto the street, this new site encourages synergy between the gallery’s program and the bustling energy of the lively cafes, legendary music venues, and leading interior design and retail boutiques that make West Hollywood a famously vibrant and storied creative center.