Cirrus Gallery is located at 542 South Alemeda Street in Los Angeles, California. The facility was established during 1971 and presents both group and solo exhibitions. The work in the gallery is from emerging new artists. Institutional and private collectors can receive management of their collections.
Originally in Hollywood, Cirrus Editions and Cirrus Gallery were founded by Jean Milant. The facility stood out as an art institution that was unique with the combination of publisher, print workshop and art. The facility had over two hundred and fifty exhibitions that included photography, installations, performance, painting and sculpture. The diverse collection is still offered today.
The center of the Cirrus Gallery's operations was moved to Alameda Street in Los Angeles' downtown during 1979. LAVA is a summer festival of art that was initiated by Milant to support the alternative spaces and galleries located downtown. The Cirrus Editions archives were acquired by the Los Angeles County Museum of Art during 1986. The museum has continued to collect materials related to the prints and prints from the Cirrus. There was a major exhibition covering the twenty-five year history of publishing during October of 1995.
Those wishing to obtain additional information should contact the Cirrus Gallery directly.