Margo Leavin Gallery

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Margo Leavin (1936- ) was born in New York City and raised in Los Angeles. She opened the Margo Leavin Gallery in 1970 and forged a number of lasting personal and professional relationships with both East and West Coast artists, including Claes Oldenburg, Jim Dine, Sam Francis, and Agnes Martin. The gallery played a key role in introducing Conceptualism to the Los Angeles art scene, especially through her early exhibitions of John Baldessari, before its closure in 2012.
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Establishment 1970

Disestablishment 2012

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