On May 23, David Zwirner opened two new spaces located at 612 and 616 North Western Avenue in Melrose Hill, Los Angeles. Built in the 1930s, these two existing one-story adjacent buildings were renovated by Selldorf Architects and feature new skylights that fill the galleries with natural light, as well as a dedicated bookshop spotlighting David Zwirner Books.
In late 2023, David Zwirner’s flagship building in Los Angeles, a newly constructed three-story space designed by Selldorf Architects and located at 606 North Western Avenue, will open to the public. This third space will have over 15,000 sf 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 will all be unified with white facades.
The galleries opened with two inaugural solo exhibitions by artists Njideka Akunyili Crosby and Stan Douglas. We look forward to seeing visitors experience the new David Zwirner gallery spaces in Los Angeles, and we are thrilled to continue our work in the city’s vibrant art scene.
For more information visit David Zwirner’s website here.
Photography by Elon Schoenholz Courtesy of David Zwirner. Exterior of David Zwirner’s galleries located at 612 and 616 North Western Avenue, Los Angeles.