To rent a gallery or any other leased space please contact them directly. The following is a list of known galleries that commonly have private events:
Lois Lambert Gallery/ Gallery of Functional Art
Gallery space available for rental. No charge for non-profits.
Contact: 310.829.6990, email@example.com Website: www.loislambertgallery.com
Robert Berman B7 Gallery
One of the largest exhibition spaces at the Bergamot Station Arts Complex. This is a unique and open space that can accommodate various private events. Please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
A unique two-story 2,500 square foot art space available for corporate, private, or non-profit events. Website: rentals.taggallery.net Contact: 310.829.9556
William Turner Gallery
The largest gallery in the complex occupies an impressive 5,000 sq. foot space. William Turner Gallery is available to rent for private, corporate, or non-profit events. Please contact 310.453.0909 or email@example.com for more information. Website: www.williamturnergallery.com
Bergamot Station is the historical name for the site on which the gallery complex is located, dating back to 1875 when it was a stop for the Red Line trolley running from Los Angeles to the Santa Monica Pier. Bergamot is a flower of the mint family that once flourished in the area.
When the trolley cars stopped running in 1953, the site’s warehouse buildings housed a celery packing operation, then an ice-making plant, and finally a factory for the manufacture of water heaters. Thereafter, the City of Santa Monica purchased the property which then sat abandoned, with plans for it to once again serve as an eventual transit stop, this time for a proposed light rail line running from Los Angeles to Santa Monica.
Plans for the light rail were eventually shelved and the City, seeking an interesting use for the site, approached Wayne Blank, developer and co-owner of the Shoshana Wayne Gallery. Blank’s development expertise has already been tapped by the City of Santa Monica for an earlier project: the conversion of a vacant city-owned airport hangar into artists’ studios. The City, pleased with the project’s outcome, asked Blank to conceive of an artistic use for the Bergamot Station site. Bergamot Station, a campus-like complex that has retained its industrial and rustic look, held its official opening on September 17, 1994.
Since its launch, Bergamot Station has become a popular destination for visitors from around the country and the world. Bergamot Station provides a central location which allows visitors to park in one place and spend the day seeing art, rather than spending time driving from one gallery to the next. It now appears in every guide to Los Angeles as a primary cultural destination, with well over 600,000 visitors each year.
Bergamot Station rarely has gallery space available.
Please contact Tiffney @ 310.453.7535 regarding leasing.
via phone: (310) 453-7535
via post: 2525 Michigan Ave., Santa Monica, CA 90404
Is there an admission charge?
No, Bergamot Station is an arts center composed of multiple galleries, a museum, and a cafe. Please check if there is a charge for admission regarding special events of museum events
Can I send you my portfolio, exhibit my art, or get represented?
Submissions must be made directly to an individual gallery. Bergamot Station is not a gallery and does not represent any artists. DO NOT EMAIL asking about having a show or with an attachment of your work. ALL MATERIAL sent regarding these issues is DELETED and will not be responded to.
How can I work for a gallery or get an internship?
Contact must be made directly to an individual gallery. Bergamot Station does not offer any jobs nor do they offer internships. Our best suggestion is to scroll through the directory and inquire by telephone.
Can my company throw an event @ the center?
To rent a gallery or any other leased space please contact them. The complex has no information to any specific gallery or store. For outdoor functions and large events or bergamot grounds functions please contact Tiffney @ 310.453.7535 regarding any questions regarding your event.
Please do not contact us regarding a specific show or artist. Bergamot Station does not offer any live help regarding individual galleries or events. BergamotStation.com has all information submitted from the galleries. PLEASE take the time to view the section online and contact the individual gallery with any further questions regarding their exhibit.