7561 W. Sunset Blvd #103
Los Angeles, CA 90046
Tuesday - Saturday
11a - 5p and by appointment
Additional parking in the back (entrance on Sierra Bonita)
ltd los angeles does not accept unsolicited artist submissions.
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The focus at ltd los angeles is on lateral practices, on a horizontality where embracing multifarious mediums expands conceptual boundaries. Dialogue is a key critical component of the programming with exhibit-specific texts expanding the realm of discourse beyond the white walls of the gallery. Andrew Berardini, Julien Bismuth, Ben Carlson, Lee Weng Choy, Michael Ned Holte, Ruba Katrib, Thomas Lawson, Sarah Lehrer-Graiwer, Leigh Markopoulos, Karthik Pandian, Robin Peckham, Bartholomew Ryan, Catherine Taft and Jan Tumlir are among those who have contributed text.
In Fall 2011, ltd los angeles inaugurated ltd presents..., a dedicated space within the gallery to realize practice-based projects independent of the commercial gallery schedule and context. Launching this program, 2nd Cannons Publications presented a bookshop for a year. Since then, ltd has presented Korakrit Arunanondchai, Katy Cowan, Becket Flannery, Matthew Grover, Margaret Haines and Benny Merris.
Shirley Morales is the founder of ltd los angeles and the Hollywood Hills House, comprised of an International Artist's Residency (2001-2008), and the Under the Sign Flag Project (2002-present). Christoph Büchel, Geoffrey Farmer, Hanrik Håkansson, Sharon Lockhart, Nick Lowe, Paulina Olowska, Mario Garcia Torres, Ned Vena, Luca Vitone, and Greg Stimac are among the artists who have created and flown flags. Building on the Hollywood Hills House history as the first private Los Angeles residency program, ltd los angeles continues to foster the opportunity for artists, writers and curators to interface with Los Angeles' diverse cultural landscape through the contemporary gallery system by collapsing the boundaries between local and global arts practices.
ltd los angeles is in the burgeoning Hollywood district in a space which housed the famed Rodney Bingenheimer's English Disco in the 1970s.
Photography by Jeff McLane, Lee Thompson or Robert Wedemeyer