While maintaining its identity as a quaint and sometimes gritty, urban tourist destination, Los Angeles' Chinatown performs double duty as Los Angeles' young art Mecca.
Very low overhead and a devil-may-care attitude make Chinatown the entry level neighborhood for Los Angeles artists, galleries and collectors alike. Exuberance, raw energy and aesthetic risk-taking abound in a free-for-all atmosphere reminiscent of New York in the early '80s. With some of these galleries and their artists already achieving significant recognition in the national and international art circuit, this neighborhood has established itself as a serious force in the Los Angeles art scene.
"Going on Bill's tours to view art and galleries
in the extensive Los Angeles art scene, including some very interesting
galleries in unexpected places such as Culver City and Chinatown, gave us
an opportunity to escape a rut and see lots of things we might otherwise
have overlooked. Now we even make a little time to get out on our own and
enjoy the art of our city."
- Don Farkas
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