Conrad Leach, Eternity is Here, 2018. Courtesy of Timothy Yarger Fine Art.

Spotlight on Los Angeles

In 1962, Los Angeles became a new major player in the art world when Ferus Gallery opened Andy Warhol’s first show, selling his iconic Campbell’s Soup Can prints for $100 each. A decade later, another star of the art market made his debut in the California city: Larry Gagosian, now one of the world’s most influential art dealers, launched his career selling posters in Venice Beach. Today, the LA art scene continues to fuel contemporary art with its renowned art schools, influential museums and galleries, and boundary-pushing artists. Below, discover available works from the city’s leading galleries and artists, from Larry Bell’s light-inspired prints to Hugh Holland’s candid snapshots of California skaters.

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