The Los Angeles County Museum of Art announces Toba Khedoori (September 25, 2016?March 19, 2017), a major museum survey of Khedoori?s oeuvre over the past 22 years. The exhibition presents the artist?s more recent oil-on-canvas paintings...Show More Summary
The Los Angeles County Museum of Art announced this week that its fall 2016 Wear LACMA collection will include wearable items inspired by Japanese ceramics, the street-lamp sculpture permanently installed in front of the museum and a 1959 painting by Jay DeFeo. The art-meets-fashion mash-up, launched...
The Los Angeles County Museum of Art presents a major exhibition celebrating the formidable legacy of Gemini G.E.L. (Graphic Editions Limited), the renowned Los Angeles workshop and publisher that has transformed American printmaking and the Los Angeles arts community. Show More Summary
“On Sunday, I attended my funeral. It was a short ceremony, held in a small auditorium at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. The pastor who led it made note of my professional accomplishments. He also cited my habit of eating straight out of the bulk bins at Sprouts.”
On Sunday, I attended my funeral. It was a short ceremony, held in a small auditorium at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. The pastor who led it made note of my professional accomplishments. He also cited my habit of eating straight out of the bulk bins at Sprouts. The ceremony ended with a...
The meeting promises new visuals of the planned reboot Courtesy of Los Angeles County Museum of Art An upcoming "scoping" meeting for the big redesign of Los Angeles County Museum of Art by architect Peter Zumthor is the place to be to get the most detailed look thus far at what the new building will look like. Show More Summary
The Los Angeles County Museum of Art announces the release and premiere of Loris Gréaud: Sculpt on August 16, 2016 in the Bing Theater, the sole authorized and official venue for this unique presentation. Sculpt is a social science fiction movie that depicts unprecedented shapes and experiences, along with obsessions and fantasies. Show More Summary
The Los Angeles County Museum of Art announced its 2016 Art+Film Gala on Saturday, October 29, 2016. Honoring pioneering Light and Space artist Robert Irwin and Academy Award-winning filmmaker Kathryn Bigelow, the event brings together notables from the art, film, fashion, and entertainment industries. Show More Summary
“Sculpt,” a 50-minute film by French Conceptual artist Loris Gréaud, is the latest event program in contemporary art offered by the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. Event programs are appointment-only exhibitions of a single, immersive work designed for a limited audience. “Rain Room” — a chamber...
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This summer, the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County is presenting the largest exhibition in the United Sates dedicated to exploring these incredibly diverse winged reptiles?and the first back-boned animals to evolve powered flight?known as pterosaurs. Show More Summary
The Los Angeles County Museum of Art presents Alternative Dreams: 17th-Century Chinese Paintings from the Tsao Family Collection, one of the finest existing collections of Chinese paintings in the United States, formed over a period of 50 years by the late San Francisco Bay Area collector and dealer Jung Ying Tsao (1923?2011). Show More Summary
It looks pretty cool crossing over Wilshire Boulevard Courtesy of Los Angeles County Museum of Art Pre-environmental impact report activities for the much-discussed Peter Zumthor redesign of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art haveShow More Summary
Thanks to a new website and a glossy brochure, we’re getting at least a slightly clearer sense this week of what Peter Zumthor has planned for the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. The Swiss architect has been working with LACMA Director and Chief Executive Michael Govan for years on an ambitious...
Guillermo del Toro arrived late on Saturday morning at the Bing Theater with a typical Los Angeles excuse: the traffic. This is the second day he'd been at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. Friday night, del Toro had been there for...Show More Summary
Starting today, lucky Guillermo del Toro fans who happen to be near the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) can visit “At Home With Monsters,” a new exhibit of props, artwork, and other horror and scifi-related items that have inspired him over the years. For everyone else, there’s Conan. Read more...
If you're near Los Angeles and have a fondness for things a little on the macabre side, you'll be pleased to learn that Guillermo del Toro's new exhibit at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, titled Guillermo del Toro: At Home with Monsters, will be opening tomorrow. Running until ... More »
The Los Angeles County Museum of Art announces Guillermo del Toro: At Home with Monsters (August 1?November 27, 2016), the filmmaker?s first museum retrospective. The exhibition explores del Toro?s creative process by bringing together...Show More Summary
LOS ANGELES — This week, the filmmaker Guillermo del Toro shares his creative process at the Los Angeles County of Museum Art (LACMA), Visitor Welcome Center sets up a unique artistic exchange, four artists mine "the depths of Brown creativity/identity," and more.
It is one of the most memorable and eerie paintings made of Los Angeles: Ed Ruscha's 1965-68 canvas, "The Los Angeles County Museum on Fire," which shows the museum hovering over a plane of wan greens, the Ahmanson Building ablaze. Right now, it couldn't be more current. The Sand Fire in the Santa...