The Art on The Outside program is the City's temporary art program that installs rotating temporary artworks on the City's medians and parks. These works include sculpture, murals and other outdoor works, most of which remain on display for between 6 months-3 years. All projects are subject to the Art on the Outside Program Review and Approval Process. For questions about this program contact Rebecca Ehemann, Public Art Coordinator at (323) 848-6846 or rehemann@weho.org.

TEMPORARY PUBLIC ART

PROJECT PROPOSAL APPLICATION

CURRENT PROJECTS

                  

   

Miguel Andrisani_Fabulous Fearless-Bike


WeHo in Paso is a gallery exhibition featuring the work of 12 artists who live in West Hollywood that includes animations, archival digital prints, pen and ink drawings and photographs. Paso Robles public gallery reception on October 6. West Hollywood public gallery reception on November 8.

 

James Peterson_Cacti_web           

cacti, by James Peterson, presented by Los Angeles Art Association. A series of sculptures on the Santa Monica Boulevard median at Doheny Drive, October 12, 2018 - March 2019.

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A Turret Affair by Miss Brightside is a visual love letter to the turrets of West Hollywood and celebrates the City’s architectural history through watercolor, pen and ink illustrations fabricated on vinyl banners.

 

CITYLINE_Kristin Farr

The City launched five new Cityline shuttles wrapped in public art featuring the works of Ellierex, Kristin Farr, Casey Gray, Jim Houser and Angie Wang.
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The 140-foot mural, A Mecca of Bold, Retold temporary mural by Aaron Glasson, highlights some of the historic figures and significant moments and figures in the City's history. Commissioned in celebration of the Summer on Sunset: A Tribute to the Summer of Love.

 

 

Zoe Buckman_CHAMP

CHAMP by Zoe Buckman and presented by the Art Production Fund with support from Alice + Olivia and The Standard hotel. On view now through February 2019.

Cole Sternberg_another kind of growth

another kind of growth, by Cole Sternberg, presented by IF Foundation. A sculpture exhibition in Kings Road Park. On exhibit through February 2019.

YuriBoyko_The Persona

 

The Persona by Yuri Boyko. A temporary mural exhibition in the West Hollywood Park 5-story parking structure. On exhibit through March 2019.

 

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Plummer Park murals by Kate Costello, presented by IF Foundation. A series of hand-painted murals on the Plummer Park Community Center. On exhibit through May 2019.

 

Maxwell Carraher_One Another (c)

One Another by Maxwell Carraher. A temporary sculpture exhibition in Laurel Park. On exhibit through March 2019.

 

I See You WeHo_Migel Andrisani

                     

I See You WeHo by Miguel Andrisani and 2016-18 City Poet Kim Dower. A temporary mural exhibition in the City Hall Community Plaza. On exhibit through March 2019. 

Tanya Brodsky

 

POLSCHADKA by artist Tanya Brodsky, curated by Aurora Tang. A temporary sculpture exhibition in Plummer Park, January 2019 installation.

 

The Art of Chase - parking bay

City Hall Automated Garage murals by Bron, Kim West, MONCHO1929 and The Art of Chase.

 

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Rotating video artwork exhibited on the Electronic Billboards on Sunset Boulevard. Artwork usually rotates bi-monthly.

 ShepardFairey     

Art in the Streets is a series of three large murals that were installed as part of MOCA's 2011 Art in the Streets exhibition. The murals were installed as temporary installations.

 

Los Cuidadores

           

The Caretakers / Los Cuidadores by Ramiro Gomez in West Hollywood Park

 

MORE INFO:            

URBAN ART PROGRAM (permanent public art collection)

PROJECT ARCHIVES (by year)