The American Art Awards has revealed their 25 Best Galleries and Museums in America, 2018. Annual selections are based upon longevity, industry reputation, online atmosphere, location, size, relevant exhibits, educational programs, represented artists as well as artist, client and visitor references.
President of American Art Awards is Thom Bierdz, known worldwide for his portrayal of Phillip Chancellor III on The Young and the Restless, his BLUE X paintings, and his tragedy-to-triumph memoir, Forgiving Troy, the subject of a recent Evil Lives Here episode garnering six million viewers. Bierdz explains AAA’s choices this year: “We consider thousands of the most established art venues from Alaska to Florida. This year we chose several museums and art centers with historical significance of 100+ years, some with over 100,000 annual visitors, some specializing in global acquisitions, some American treasures, others offering objects preserving their state’s legacy, and some celebrating one specific artist’s life work. We’ve also selected some of the most reputable art galleries; some which offer every style of international art, others exhibiting works from one region or one genre. A Native-American and an African-American facility are included in our Top 25, as well as a long-standing women’s design institution, a popular Boston sculptor’s co-op, and this Hollywood Warhol hot spot.”
American Art Awards: “This Hollywood hot spot contains the largest gallery-owned Warhol collection worldwide with over 200 original prints and paintings. Contextualizes Andy’s work and historical significance through outreach, strategic partnerships with leading institutions, and curating international Warhol exhibitions. Astounding collection, fantastic reputation.”
Revolver Gallery is a Los Angeles-based art gallery with a one-artist program focusing on the life and work of the pioneer of Pop Art, Andy Warhol!
8130 W 3rd Street
Los Angeles, California 90048
Phone: 310 786 7417
www.AmericanArtAwards.com annually awards 25 museums and galleries in Spring, and with their critique in Autumn, awards 300 artists (painters, photographers, sculptors and digital artists).
*Images courtesy of American Art Awards