Matthew Marks Gallery (Orange Grove)

1062 N. Orange Grove Ave.
Los Angeles, CA 90046
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Blue-chip dealer Matthew Marks chose a funky, off-the-beaten path location next to an Orthodox Jewish mortuary in West Hollywood when he decided to open shop on the Left Coast, and we’re glad he did. Showing such contemporary artists as Ken Price, Charles Ray, Nan Goldin and Robert Gober, the gallery also boasts a sculpture created by artist Ellsworth Kelly for its façade.

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  • Charles Ray
    5 months ago by Catherine Wagley

    Balancing precision with vulnerability has always been part of Charles Ray’s project, like in the early 1980s, when he would insert his own real human body into minimal steel forms. His newest work, the 12 ton Baled Truck at Matthew...

  • Too much attention
    1 year ago by Catherine Wagley

    Peter Fischli and David Weiss, collaborators referred to as Fischli/Weiss over the three decades they worked together, have always been outstandingly ambitious in their use of simple things. Their current show at Matthew Marks, begu...

  • Little things made big
    2 years ago by Catherine Wagley

    You have to pull aside two heavy, gray curtains to get into the dark back gallery at Matthew Marks, where Trisha Donnelly's untitled film currently plays on a screen as wide as the wall. You sit in cushioned seats and watch a high-r...

  • Barefoot at the Louvre
    2 years ago by Catherine Wagley

    Photographer Nan Goldin, who studied at Boston's Museum of Fine Arts school and then migrated to New York, living in and photographing the gritty Lower East Side scene in the '70s and '80s, moved to Paris when Bush "stole the electi...

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