One of the city's top private gallery spaces, with museum-standard exhibitions of modern and contemporary art. Recent shows have included a retrospective of American conceptual artist Joe Goode and painter John Altoon, as well as the premiere of a digitally restored version of Bruce Conner's seminal experimental short film, A Movie.

Lonely Planet's must-see attractions

Nearby attractions

1. Village at Ed Gould Plaza

0.11 MILES

One of several branches of LA's LGBT center, the Village has art galleries, a theater and other cultural offerings.

2. Regen Projects

0.19 MILES

A standout private gallery, known for propelling the careers of some of LA's most successful and innovative artists, among them Matthew Barney, Glenn…

3. Starbucks

0.42 MILES

Quite possibly the most novel coffee shop in town, this drive-thru branch of the famous Seattle chain occupies a lovingly restored, art-deco gas station…

4. Hollywood Museum

0.54 MILES

For a taste of Old Hollywood, do not miss this musty temple to the stars, its four floors crammed with movie and TV costumes and props. The museum is…

5. El Capitan Theatre

0.57 MILES

Spanish Colonial meets East Indian at the flamboyant El Capitan movie palace, built for live performances in 1926 and now run by Disney. The first flick…

6. Ripley’s Believe It or Not!

0.57 MILES

Life’s pretty strange and it’ll feel stranger still after you’ve visited Ripley’s, where exhibits range from the gross to the grotesque. If shrunken heads…

7. Guinness World Records Museum

0.57 MILES

You know the drill: the Guinness is all about the fastest, tallest, biggest, fattest and other superlatives. Frankly it's an underwhelming tourist trap…

8. Egyptian Theatre

0.58 MILES

The Egyptian, the first of the grand movie palaces on Hollywood Blvd, premiered Robin Hood in 1922. The theater’s lavish getup – complete with hieroglyphs…