UTA Artist Space Opens New Location in Beverly Hills

by Flaunt Magazine

Thursday, July 12th will mark the opening of the momentous new United Talent Agency (UTA) Artist Space in the heart of Beverly Hills. The space is envisioned and designed by contemporary artist Ai Weiwei. The art world has been waiting to see how he's transformed a 1940’s diamond tooling facility into Beverly Hills' newest art space.

  Jules Olitski,  Basium Blush  (1960), Image courtesy of © The Estate of Jules Olitski / Licensed by VAGA, New York. Image courtesy of Paul Kasmin Gallery. Photo: Diego Flores

Jules Olitski, Basium Blush (1960), Image courtesy of © The Estate of Jules Olitski / Licensed by VAGA, New York. Image courtesy of Paul Kasmin Gallery. Photo: Diego Flores

UTA Artist Space will enhance Los Angeles' growing art scene. The venue will be used to showcase international as well as local talent and work. The grand opening of this space will feature a group exhibition, One Shot, a series of works by Color Field painters Morris Louis, Helen Frankenthaler, Kenneth Noland, Sam Gilliam and others, The exhibition is curated by Jared Najjar.

 Kenneth Noland,  Spring Call , 1961. Acrylic on canvas. 82.5 x 82.5 inches. 209.6 x 209.6 cm

Kenneth Noland, Spring Call, 1961. Acrylic on canvas. 82.5 x 82.5 inches. 209.6 x 209.6 cm

As UTA Artist Space continues to expand, it will foster the growth of talented artists within the Los Angeles community, organizing remarkable cultural programming and partnerships to further its development.

UTA Artist Space, 403 Foothill Road, Beverly Hills, CA