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Mary Leigh Cherry
Philip Martin
Michelle Pobar, Director
Elizabeth James, Gallery Manager and Registrar

2712 S. La Cienega Boulevard
Los Angeles, California
Phone 310 559 0100
Fax 310 559 0120

2732 S. La Cienega Boulevard
Los Angeles, California

Mailing List:
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Submissions: Cherry and Martin does not accept unsolicited submissions.

Gallery Hours:
Tuesday - Saturday 10AM - 6PM
or by appointment

2732 Hours:
Tuesday-Saturday 11AM - 5PM
or by appointment

*Thanksgiving hours: Closed November 27-29.
*Winter holiday hours: Closed December 24, 2014 - January 1, 2015.
We will open with normal hours on January 2, 2015. For an appointment, email the gallery at info@cherryandmartin.com.

Cherry and Martin is located on the east side of La Cienega between Venice Blvd. and Washington Blvd. Main gallery is two doors south of the Mandrake. 2732 is an additional three doors south.

Parking is available on S. La Cienega Boulevard during certain hours and behind our building if available.

Cherry and Martin exhibits innovative, experimental, and ambitious works in all media. In addition to its regular exhibition schedule, the gallery participates in art fairs in both the United States and abroad. Cherry and Martin represents Ericka Beckman, Jennifer Boysen, Brian Bress, Matt Connors, Holly Coulis, Mari Eastman, Nathan Mabry, T. Kelly Mason, Florian Morlat, Pat O'Neill and Bernard Piffaretti, as well as the estates of Robert Heinecken (1932-2006), Robert Overby (1935-1993) and Alan Shields (1944-2005). Recent shows include, "Supports/Surfaces is Alive and Well," a conversation between works by Jennifer Boysen, Noam Rappaport and pieces associated with the French painting movement, "Supports/Surfaces," as well as, "Photography into Sculpture/The Expanded Photographic Object," an exhibition exploring curator Peter Bunnell's landmark 1970 show, "Photography into Sculpture." Cherry and Martin's presentation of selected works from "Photography into Sculpture" won the International Art Critics Association award for Best Show in a Commercial Gallery Nationally for 2011.