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Cirrus

Established in 1971 by Jean Milant, Cirrus established itself as a combination print workshop, publisher, and art gallery. As an exhibition space, it places no restrictions on medium. Cirrus continues to present solo and group exhibitions, as well as inventory works of new and emerging artists from Southern California, America, and Europe. New projects include technology-enhanced art. We offer collection management services for both private and institutional collectors. Institutional rental programs are also available.

Los Angeles

United States
Address:
542 S. Alameda Street
90013
Phone: (213) 680-3473
Fax: (213) 680-0930
Website: www.cirrusgallery.com


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Artists Represented

Lita Albuquerque, Peter Alexander, John Baldessari, Mark Bradford, Matthew Brannon, Chris Burden, Vija Celmins, Judy Chicago, Joe Deutch, Charles Garabedian, Mark Golamco, Joe Goode, Todd Hebert, Roger Herman, Jim Iserman, Dennis Hollingsworth, Susan Logoreci, Jason Meadows, John Millei, Ed Moses, Bruce Nauman, Joan Nelson, Lari Pittman, Ken Price, Edward Ruscha, Alexis Smith, Gillian Theobald


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Current Exhibitions

Once Emerging, Now Emerging: Now And Then
Sept.24, 2011- Nov.26, 2011
A presentation of Cirrus' archive with the addition of works by John Baldessari, Fiona Connor, Guy de Cointet, Travis Diehl, John Dretzka, Frank Gehry, Jay McCafferty, Melodie Mousset, Eric Orr, Vincent Ramos, Ed
Ruscha, Barbara T. Smith, Jonas Wood and a special selection of works mounted in the original upstairs gallery from Cirrus Gallery and Cirrus Editions Ltd.

A Conversation Regarding Michael Asher and the Legacy of Post-Studio Critique Saturday, October 29th
Michael Asher and Post-Studio Critique 10am-1pm
Michael Asher and Post-Studio Practice 2pm-5pm
Organized by Michael Ned Holte and Aaron Wrinkle

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Curated by Jean Milant and Aaron Wrinkle

This exhibition is part of Pacific Standard Time: Art in L.A. 1945–1980, a Getty initiative that brings together more than sixty cultural institutions from across Southern California to examine the history of contemporary art in Los Angeles.


Previous Exhibitions

Cirrus Gallery is pleased to announce an exhibition of new monoprints by Jonas Wood. This is the second printing project Jonas has done with Cirrus. Also on display is a series of hand painted silkscreen basketball prints created at Jonas's studio. Thirdly, a selection of Cirrus archive prints curated by Jonas. Celebrating 40 years of Cirrus printing history, works include Matthew Brannon, Ed Ruscha, Mark Bradford and John Baldessari.



The new monoprints depict plant life with traditional Greek pots. While Jonas's paintings can be much more complicated, the monoprints are sparse, simplified still lifes. Loose experimentation with the monoprint is celebrated by playful drawing techniques. The inspiration for the drawings stems from a visit to the Metropolitan Museum of Art in 2007. "I started making drawings at the Met with a ballpoint pen on hotel stationary, focusing mostly on Greek vessels as well as Oceanic and African objects."

Jonas Wood was born in Boston, Massachusetts in 1977. He received his Master of Fine Arts from the University of Washington, Seattle in 2002. His work has been exhibited at the Gallery Min Min i... [ Read all ]


Art Fairs

Scope New York, Scope Miami, Art Chicago, Armory Show, Next


News

Cirrus is pleased to announce the publication of a new set of prints by Kori Newkirk. Visit www.cirrusgallery.com for details.


Location And Getting There

Cirrus is located in downtown Los Angeles near Little Tokyo and the Geffen Contemporary Museum (MOCA). Alameda Street is an exit off both the 10 (Santa Monica) and the 101 (Hollywood) Freeways. Situated about midway between these two freeways, Cirrus is also between 5th and 6th Streets.


Contact-Directors/Staff

Mr. Jean R. Milant/Owner & Director


Opening Times

Tuesday to Saturday
10 a.m. to 5 p.m.