Louis Stern Fine Arts, located in West Hollywood’s Design District, focuses on Mid-Century West Coast Geometric Abstraction and represents the artists who defined and epitomized the California Hard Edge movement: Lorser Feitelson, Helen Lundeberg, and Karl Benjamin. The gallery also holds works by other influential Mid-Century abstract painters including John McLaughlin, Frederick Hammersley, Roger Kuntz, Matsumi Kanemitsu, and Ynez Johnston.
A stable of contemporary artists including Mark Leonard, Kellyann Burns, Mokha Laget, and Richard Wilson, along with sculptors Knopp Ferro and Cecilia Miguez and photographers Magali Nougarède and Jean-Francois Spricigo supplement the gallery's historic program.
In addition to its exhibition program, Louis Stern Fine Arts has had a long and successful involvement in the secondary market, with a special concentration in Impressionist, Post-Impressionist, Modern and Latin American art. As director of The Alfredo Ramos Martínez Research Project, Stern oversees the development of the catalogue raisonné for the artist.