Honor Fraser (b. United Kingdom) is the founder of Honor Fraser Gallery in Culver City, California. She moved to the west coast in 1998 to attend the University of Southern California. Upon graduating, she worked for Gagosian Gallery in Beverly Hills before opening a project space near Venice Beach in 2008. Throughout her career, Fraser has represented emerging and established artists, as well as mounted thematic group exhibitions and art historical surveys with artists such as Miriam Schapiro, Howardena Pindell, Morris Louis, and Andy Warhol. In 2019, Fraser began to move away from the traditional models of gallery/artist representation, and redirected gallery resources towards more experimental, interdisciplinary, and project-based exhibitions. Today the gallery works with local and international artists, curators, and scholars to foster alternative perspectives on traditional art practices, and to examine our cultural entanglement with emerging technologies. Fraser is involved with organizations benefiting education and the arts.