9002 Melrose Avenue
West Hollywood, CA 90069
Louis Stern Fine Arts, located in the center of West Hollywood's Avenue of Art and Design, has offered a dramatic re-investigation of important mid-twentieth century west coast abstract painters. Artists Lorser Feitelson (Lorser Feitelson and the Invention of Hard Edge Painting, Lorser Feitelson: the Kinetic Series – Works from 1916-1923), Karl Benjamin (Karl Benjamin: Paintings from 1950 - 1965, Dance the Line Paintings by Karl Benjamin) and Helen Lundeberg (Helen Lundeberg and the Illusory Landscape: Five Decades of Painting, Helen Lundeberg Infinite Distance Architechtural Compositions) have each been featured in extensive retrospective exhibitions. In addition, the gallery continues its association, initiated with its 2002 exhibition Janos Mattis Teustch and the Hungarian Avant Garde 1900 -1935, with the work of pre and post WWI Hungarian artists.
Karl Benjamin, Lorser Feitelson, Roger Kuntz, Helen Lundeberg, Alfredo Ramos Martinez, Frederick Wight.
Lucien Clergue, Bruce Cohen, Knopp Ferro, June Harwood, James Jarvaise, Mark Leonard, Cecilia Z. Miguez, Leonard Nimoy, Elizabeth Patterson, Jean-François Spricigo, Richard Wilson.
Harry Bertoia, Frederick Hammersley, George Herms, Bela Kadar, Judit Karasz, Henri Matisse, Janos Mattis Teutsch, John McLaughlin, Anita Payro, Pablo Picasso, Hugo Scheiber, Rufino Tamayo.