• In 1979 the first Venice Art Walk was organized by volunteers including Irma Colen, Ruth Bloom, Sheila Goldberg and Laura Maslon with architect Frank Gehry and artists Ed Ruscha, Lita Albuquerque, John Baldessari and many others.

  • Thanks to the generosity of these pioneering artists, volunteers and hundreds more, Venice Art Walk has raised more than $23 million to provide vital health care to tens of thousands of Angelenos over the past four decades.

  • 1000+ artists, as well as volunteers, galleries and collectors help Venice Family Clinic advance greater health equity by donating and collecting artwork at this annual event.

04.18 – 05.04

Ed Ruscha, That Was Then This Is Now, 2014, 13-color lithograph, 34.5″ x 46″, Edition of 75 (detail)
Ed Ruscha, That Was Then This Is Now, 2014, 13-color lithograph, 34.5″ x 46″, Edition of 75 (detail)

Venice Family Clinic Art Walk + Auction will feature works from established, mid-career and emerging artists.

Los Angeles artists, gallerists and collectors help Venice Family Clinic advance greater health equity by providing and collecting artwork at this annual event. Proceeds from art sales fund the Clinic’s innovative, integrated approach, creating comprehensive services that address the unique combination of clinical and social factors that impact our patients’ health.

The art will be exhibited at a dedicated 7,000-square-foot gallery space at RUNWAY Playa Vista, located at
12746 W. Jefferson Blvd. #3170, Playa Vista.

Click here to view all of our 2023 participating artists.

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Max Maslansky

Fish for the Dog, 2016

(Half double bed)
Acrylic on found bed sheet
54 x 37 x 1.5 in

Scott Yeskel

The Standard Hotel, 2023

Oil on canvas
60 x 48 x 2 in

Downtown Daniel

Downtown Nights, 2022

Oil on canvas
48 x 48 x 1.5 in

Amina Cruz

Forest, 2021

Photo on fiber paper
16″ x 24″
Edition of 3 + 2

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from 4/18 at noon PST through 5/4 at 7pm PST



Lisa Adams | Ekta Aggarwal | Peter Alexander | Julia Alexander-Bates | Gigi Allen | Jo Situ Allen | Alex Anderson | Kendull Anderson
John Baldessari | Anissa Balson | Clara Balzary | Bill Barminski | Diego Barrientos | Lisa Bartleson | Jean-Michel Basquiat
Roberto Benavidez | Amanda Benefiel | Kelly Berg | Alex Blas | Missy Brinkmeyer | Tyler Brown | Richard Bruland | Lorraine Bubar
Nancy Buchanan | Anita Bunn | Danie Cansino | Jackie Castillo | Corrine Chaix | Aussi Chen | Pui Tiffany Chow | Dero Christensen
Nehemiah Cisneros | Annie Clavel | Gabriel Cohen | Sophronia Cook | Allison Cortson | Alexandre Couto | The Couto Bros.
Amina Cruz | Titano Cruz | Michael Torquato deNicola | Desert Moonrise | Michael EB Detto | Mark di Suvero | Ariel Dill
Laddie John Dill | Alexandra Dillon | Kim Dorland | Downtown Daniel | Ross Doyle | Barbara Edelstein | Jean Edelstein | The Edge
Holly Elander | Mark X Farina | Rebecca Farr | Sharif Farrag | Jane Feil | Danny First | Teresa Flores | Gus Foster | Jona Frank
Francesca Gabbiani | Charles Gaines | John Geary | Alejandro Gehry | Yvette Gellis | Rema Ghulom | Yumiko Glover | Jill Goldman
Joe Goode | Emma Gray | Adam Greener | Lauren Greenfield | Maria Greenshields-Ziman | JP Greenwood | Chi Haibo | Lynn Hanson
Glenn Hardy Jr. | Kenny Harris | Katie Hector | Danny Heller | Juan Carlos Muñoz Hernandez | Jason Hill | Ruthanna Hopper
Brad Howe | Deborah Lynn Irmas | Saj Issa | Cole James | Atiba Jefferson | Patrick Johnston | Jay Kelly | Hanieh Khatibi | Justin N Kim
Annika Klein | Nicholette Kominos | Kendra Kummerer | Alan Kupchick | Janet Kupchick | Campbell Laird | Tommy Lei | Robert Levine
Susan Logoreci | Jens Lucking | Hannah Lupton Reinhard | Nathan Mabry | Gabriel Madan | Chris Madans | Eva Malhotra
Carmen Mardonez | Adam Mars | Kristan Marvell | Max Maslanksy | T Kelly Mason | Robin McCarthy | Daniel Arthur Mendoza
Mike Miller | Aryana Minai | MissLeg | Mister Sampson | Dan Monteavaro | Rick Monzon | Jennifer Moon | Justin Moore
Andy Moses | Ed Moses | Judy Nimtz | Jayme Odgers | Michelle Ohm | Ramona Otto | Lauren Over | Gary Palmer | Neil Parker
Richard Parker | Raymond Pettibon | Alicia Piller | Roksana Pirouzmand | Steven Portigal | Alex Prager | Astrid Preston | Judy Raffel
Edgar Ramirez | Kristopher Raos | Christine Rasmussen | Heather Rasmussen | John Robertson | Ry Rocklen | Frank Romero
Catherine Ruane | Ed Ruscha | Shizu Saldamando | Christian Sampson | Mia Scarpa | Clovis Schlumberger | Barbara Schwan
Robert Schwan | Richard Serra | Sticky Shaw | Joseph Sherman | Gregory Siff | Carina Sohaili | Joaquin Stacey-Calle | Sofia Stark
Gary Steinborn | Cole Sternberg | Jennifer Sullivan | May Sun | Jessica Taylor Bellamy | Annie Thornton | Ann Thornycroft
Vincent Tomczyk | William Tunberg | Ever Velasquez | Michael Wallner | Kait Walsh | Gary Ward | Leon Washington | Mia Weiner
Ai Weiwei | Evan Whale | Avery Wheless | Timothy Williams | Priscilla Witte | Joey Wolf | Wenlong Ye | Scott Yeskel | Mika Yokota
Amia Yokoyamau | Katherine Zhukovsky | Ralph Ziman

(Participating artists as of 3/21/23)

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from 4/18 at noon PST through 5/4 at 7pm PST


ARCANE Space | Art at the Rendon | Jen Cox | Danny First | Leslie Fram | Lisa Gelber | John Geresi
Emma Gray | Charlie James Gallery | Amelie Laurice | Yiwei Lu | Kristan Marvell | Cindy Schwarzstein | Laura Watts



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please contact our team at or (310) 343-3388.

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