Acme Gallery in Los Angeles to close

Acme Gallery, Los Angeles. Photo: Patrick Quinn

After 22 years of business, Los Angeles’s Acme Gallery is to close, Artnews reports. The gallery was founded in Santa Monica in 1994 by Robert Gunderman and Randy Sommer. The pair later moved the gallery to Wilshire Boulevard, and relocated again in 2016, to Elysian Valley in central Los Angeles.

The artists Acme currently represents are:
Kai Althoff, Kristin Baker, Miles Coolidge, Daniel Cummings, Tomory Dodge, Tony Feher, Carlee Fernandez, Natalie Frank, Iva Gueroguieva, Kevin Hanley, Michael Henry, Hayden, Matt Merkel Hess, Bill Jensen, Kurt Kauper, Aaron Morse, Michael Norton, Dario Robleto, Julian Rogers, Brian Nudo Rosch, Lisa Sanditz, Jennifer Steinkamp, Neal Tait and Amir Zaki.

Two final exhibitions (Heather Rasmussen and Tomory Dodge) at Acme are on view until 10 June, after which the gallery will officially close. 

6 June 2017