From the Archive
On View at the Getty Center: Greetings from L.A.: Artists and Publics 1950-1980
In the late 1950s art galleries began clustering on La Cienega Boulevard, transforming the neighborhood into Los Angeles’s Gallery Row. Esther-Robles Gallery was one of the first exhibition spaces on the street. The gallery focused on exhibitions of modern and contemporary art, including work by Karel Appel, Karl Benjamin, and Claire Falkenstein.