The Annenberg Space for Photography – Learn More!


Wallis Annenberg and The Annenberg Foundation

Wallis Annenberg, Vice President and Trustee of The Annenberg Foundation, has helped the Foundation give more than $150 million to more than 500 organizations around the world in the arts and culture, education and youth development, civic and community life, health and human services, and animal services and the environment.

The Foundation has supported the visual arts through grants to the Museum of Modern ArtTate GalleryWhitney Museum of Modern Art, and many others.

Wallis has a special place in her heart for photography. Recently, the Foundation awarded a grant to help Los Angeles County Museum of Art acquire the Marjorie and Leonard Vernon Collection, featuring more than 3,500 prints including work by Ansel AdamsJulia Margaret CameronEdward SteichenW.H. Fox Talbot, and Edward Weston.

The Annenberg Space for Photography, courtesy © Susan Katz, 2009

Of course, the Foundation's devotion to photography has culminated in its creation of The Annenberg Space for Photography, a state-of-the-art gallery featuring print and digital work by contemporary photographers.

The Photography Space will be under the stewardship of the Foundation's Los Angeles-based Trustees—Wallis AnnenbergLauren BonCharles Annenberg Weingarten, and Gregory Annenberg Weingarten.


Planning Your Visit

Plan your visit to the Annenberg Space for Photography, courtesy © Susan Katz, 2009


Wednesday - Sunday, 11 a.m.-6 p.m.

On Thursday nights, the Iris Nights lecture series offers talks from prominent photographers and others, free to the public.

The Annenberg Space for Photography would like to announce two changes that we will soon implement. These changes stem from feedback from loyal visitors.

Summer Saturdays at the Space! starts July 2, 2011, visitors will be able to enjoy extended evening hours at the Space—open until 9pm every Saturday all summer long.

Cost of admittance - Free


Self-parking is available in the underground garage at Century Park.