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GALLERY 1988
7020 Melrose Avenue
Los Angeles

Opened in 2004 on the corner of Melrose and La Brea, Gallery 1988 has quickly become a glitzy, pop-culture venue that carries an extensive collection of prints form up and coming artists in the area. If you are interested in submitting your work for review, please send the gallery an email at gallery1988venice@gmail.com with “Submission” in the subject line.
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ELLENS
1500 Mission Street
South Pasadena

On the outside, Ellens may look like an old-fashioned mom-and-pop shop built solely for Pasadenians in search of school uniforms for their children. But with a client list that includes The Getty, The Huntington and TV shows like AMC’s Mad Men and HBO’s The Ricky Gervais Show, this deceptively quiet 34-year-old store is easily one of LA’s most successful silkscreening businesses. Extremely reliable, friendly and affordable printmaking for anyone interested in promoting their work.
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MATRUSHKA CONSTRUCTION
3822 West Sunset Boulevard
Los Angeles

The locally-sourced boutique designs outfits (primarily dresses) according to a customers exact size, and also carries a variety of home-made art and clothing from an eclectic array of LA-based designers. Matrushka’s gallery is currently presenting prints from artist Michael Viglietta.
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BUDDHA CAT PRESS
1308 Factory Place, Studio 111
Los Angeles

Buddha Cat Press is a socially conscious printmaking studio and publishing company in Downtown Los Angeles, specializing in political fine art and workshops for the community.

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GEMINI G.E.L. Graphic Edition
8365 Melrose Avenue
Los Angeles

With a list that includes Ellsworth Kelly and Willem De Kooning, you must prepare yourself for some stunning (and stunningly expensive) prints. This is one of the finest and most revered establishments for printmakers and collectors in Los Angeles so, naturally, have your wallet ready.

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SELF HELP GRAPHICS & ART
1300 East First Street
Boyle Heights

Self Help is constantly rotating new gallery work from local and international artists. Some are for sale, others are just for looking. The best way to find out is to call or go the site itself. Prices range depending on whose art is on display.