2245 E. Washington Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90021
United States


Fahrenheit is a non-profit initiative dedicated to research and creation in the field of contemporary art. Conceived by the FLAX Foundation and developed by Director and curator Martha Kirszenbaum, it is an interrelated residency program and a 2,500 sq-ft former industrial space located in Downtown Los Angeles and dedicated to international exhibitions, performances, film programs and talks. 

As a residency program, it supports the exchange and integration of France-related artists, curators and critics with a particular emphasis on outreach programs in communities within greater Los Angeles. Current and future residents include David Douard, Laure Prouvost, Julien Prévieux or Dorothée Dupuis.


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