WeHo Arts Exhibition Space at the West Hollywood Library

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The City of West Hollywood programs the public spaces of the West Hollywood Library as a municipal art gallery for temporary rotating exhibitions. Organized through the City's Arts Division, previous exhibitions have included original artworks by Jean Cocteau, Annie Liebowitz, Austin Young and Clive Barker. You can find out more about the City's Arts Division program by following @WeHoArts.

Exhibits are free to the public and viewable during regular library hours at 625 N. San Vicente Blvd. Three hours of free validated parking is provided for the Library Parking Structure adjacent to the building.

WeHo Arts Gallery at the West Hollywood Library hours:

Mondays through Thursdays, 11am-7pm

Fridays and Saturdays, 10am-6pm

Sundays, 1pm - 5pm

Closed Holidays  

Current Exhibitions and Artwork:

Exhibition - Adelaide Drive - Don Bachardy with portrait of Christopher Isherwood, photo credit Wayne Shimabukuro


Past Exhibitions:

  • Art AIDS America a preview of a National Touring Exhibition organized by Tacoma Art Museum, Jun 2015 to Sept 2015 (jointly hosted by the City of West Hollywood and ONE Archives)
  • Decades of Design, a first ever retrospective of the West Hollywood Design District - Nov 2014 to Mar 2015
  • Film Noir 101, curated by Professor Mark Fertig (presented as part of WeHo Reads Noir) - Sep 2014 to Nov 2014
  • A Thousand Threads of Knowledge, original artworks by Italian artist Dado Schapira, a project by the City's Art on the Outside subcommittee - Feb 2014 to May 2014
  • Jean Cocteau, Original Works (part of the One City One Pride festival) - May 2012 to Jul 2012