Cultured reports on WHY’s expansion of David Kordansky Gallery

“Since 2014, the voracious Los Angeles art dealer David Kordansky has helmed his fast-growing operation from a 12,705-square-foot former martial arts studio on South La Brea Avenue. Kordansky started the gallery in 2003 in a Chinatown storefront and had already moved once before, to a pair of buildings in Culver City, when the then-eleven-year-old enterprise settled into its current Mid-Wilshire location. The space, which is divided into two nearly-identical white cube galleries, was designed by Kulapat Yantrasast of architecture firm wHY—an artworld favorite known for his skillful renovations that deftly manipulate light and volume—and over its tenure has hosted some of the city’s most engaging exhibitions. Six years later, Kordansky, now 43, has found himself in command of a multi-generational program of mostly LA-based artists whose real relevance is just beginning to come into view and the gallerist is taking the opportunity to expand, yet again.”


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October 1st, 2020
Interiors,  Programming
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