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David Zwirner: 30 Years
May 23 – Aug 3, 2024
David Zwirner Gallery
Los Angeles, USA

David Zwirner is pleased to celebrate 30 years with the opening of our new flagship Los Angeles gallery and an exhibition featuring works by all of the gallery’s artists. Opening to the public on May 23, 2024, the exhibition presents new paintings, sculptures, and installations made specifically for the expansive show alongside recent and historic works.

Titled David Zwirner: 30 Years, the exhibition features new works by artists who have been with the gallery since the beginning, including Luc Tuymans and Stan Douglas, and artists who have recently joined the gallery, including Elizabeth Peyton, Michael Armitage, and Emma McIntyre.

David Zwirner: 30 Years inaugurates the gallery’s new flagship building at 606 N Western Avenue in Melrose Hill, designed by Selldorf Architects, and spans the adjacent David Zwirner spaces at 612 and 616 N Western Avenue, which opened to the public in May 2023. The newly constructed three-story gallery has over 15,000 square feet of exhibition space, an outdoor terrace with views of the Hollywood Sign to the north, and a concrete staircase linking the first and second floors reminiscent of the stairs at David Zwirner’s 20th Street gallery in New York. The three adjacent gallery spaces on Western Avenue are all unified with white facades, and the parking area and roofs are designed to give the outdoor spaces an abundant amount of greenery.

David Zwirner: 30 Years
May 23 – Aug 3, 2024
David Zwirner
Los Angeles, USA

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