Black Arts at Oxy

The Brockman Gallery

Dale Brockman Davis and his brother Alonzo Davis, co-founded the Brockman Gallery in 1967. They opened the gallery just two years after the Watts Uprising (about which Dale Davis has spoken), and the gallery served as the launch pad for a wide range of African American artists and community organizations within the African American community in Los Angeles. The gallery was located at 4334 Degnan Blvd., Los Angeles, and operated from 1967 until 1990.

This page will serve as the front page to the information about the Brockman Gallery and its history in Leimert Park.
Prof. Lyford and Thomas Carroll will craft this page together, and include a link to the Interview that our class conducted with Dale Davis on the Occidental campus on October 18, 2016.


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