The Mizuno Gallery occupies an important place in the history of postwar art in Los Angeles as a venue for contemporary art
from 1967 to 1984. The archive includes gallery ephemera, postcards, letters, installation shots and other photographs documenting
gallerist Riko Mizuno's close relationship with the artists she exhibited, and with collectors and other art world personalities.
The most extensively represented artists are Vija Celmins, Billy Al Bengston, and Henry Miller.