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200 North Spring Street
Los Angeles, CA 90012




Monday - Friday, 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.


Lot across the street

Henry P. Rio Bridge Gallery at City Hall

DCA’s Henry P. Rio Bridge Gallery at City Hall showcases the work of young people, adults, and seniors enrolled in City art programs, as well as themed exhibitions celebrating the City’s Heritage Month Celebrations.

Current Exhibition

Unsung Heroes: Somos LA, an exhibition in celebration of Latino Heritage Month at DCA’s Henry P. Rio Bridge Gallery at City Hall. Featuring works by David Andrade, Lilith Carolina Ferreira, and Castro Frank, with archival images by Emmon Clarke and John Kouns dedicated those who work tirelessly, and often thanklessly, to help their community, and those who, through being their authentic selves, help guide us towards a more just tomorrow.

Curated by 11:11 Projects with support from Councilwoman Monica Rodriguez, CD 7, Unsung Heroes includes archival works courtesy of the Tom and Ethel Bradley Center and the Younes and Soraya Nazarian Center for the Performing Arts, Cal State Northridge, and will be on view through October 8, 2023.

Recent Exhibitions

Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs’ Henry P. Rio Bridge Gallery at City Hall Presents ‘LA Through Their Lens: Perspectives from the Street’

There are an estimated 41,000 members in our city who are currently un-housed, a 14% increase from the previous year. Inspired by an exhibition at the Paris City Hall in 2015, this exhibition is organized by a recent graduate of the Los Angeles Mayors Youth Council, Ethan Hodess, in hopes to build connections between those who have homes, and those without.

A select group of homeless participants were identified by our partner organizations and given disposable cameras to chronicle their experience of Los Angeles, The photos in this collection were selected from over 300 entries by twelve photographers, and were thoughtfully curated with the help of Los Angeles photographer Matt Sayles.

These images allow us to catch a glimpse of the lives of the talented men and women behind the cameras. They present us with views of the city that at times reflect a sense of solitude and isolation, but at other times capture moments of joy and hope. We are reminded that the photographers, and many more like them, are creative, perceptive and interesting people who deserve to be treated with dignity and respect.


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