Store Hollywood

Selected Quotations from International Media


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"In the middle of all this corn-fed wholesomeness (The Farmers Market) is a tiny island of sophistication: the TASCHEN store. Located directly under one of the Market's iconic clock towers, the smallish store offers a wide range of books from the TASCHEN catalogue, including books on films and filmmakers; large, unwieldy and expensive books on art and architecture; and, tucked off in one corner, some of the salacious sexy books that the company also puts out." — xfanz.com, United States
“TASCHEN Hollywood at the Farmers Market (Grove adjacent) is the sublime bookstore for all things TASCHEN.” — Blogs.fidm.com, Los Angeles, Spain
"Looking for a dose of sleek, arcane art books? TASCHEN’s got you covered with its always smart catalog of art, design, and culture coffee table books – with even a bit of highbrow smut tossed in for good measure." — Los Angeles Times, Los Angeles, United States
“With an astronomical range in price ($9.99 soft covers to $2,000 limited editions) and subjects from Michelangelo to gay erotica, L.A.’s two TASCHEN bookstores epitomize efficient shopping.” — Los Angeles Magazine, Los Angeles, United States
“Famed publisher and truly distinctive bookseller, TASCHEN, opens their fabulous new outpost at the Farmers Market.” — Where Los Angeles, Los Angeles, United States
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TASCHEN Store Hollywood

Farmers Market, 6333 W. 3rd Street, CT-10
Los Angeles, CA 90036
United States

Tel +1-323-931 1168
store-hollywood(at)taschen.com

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