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For over 25 years, Track 16 has been an internationally recognized art space dedicated to exhibiting culturally diverse works and often cross boundaries into new unfamiliar territory.
Track 16 began in 1994 when it co-founded Bergamot Station, which, for the next decade, was the center of Los Angeles' rapidly growing art scene. Track 16's inaugural shows were groundbreaking love it or hate it genre bending exhibitions that examined high and low from a new angle that mixed and churned contemporary art with Americana: "Wheels", "Fool's Paradise" and "Eats". Hand in hand with its exhibitions and mission, we have also published over 100 books and catalogues. Over the next 5 years it mounted major exhibitions on Man Ray, Manuel Ocampo, the early Punk scene in L.A. ("Forming"), and contemporary Latin American art ("Amnesia", "While Cuba Waits'"). The 21st century followed with exhibitions mixing culture, politics, performance, and contemporary art.
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