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An autumn collection highlight, because we just can't get enough. 🍂🍁 Worthington Whittredge, "A Home by the Seaside," circa 1872.
Families: join us tomorrow at 2 pm for Story Time in the Galleries, a weekly, free program for all ages. Go on a reading journey into a world of folk tales and colors, and relate art on display at LACMA to what you've read! 📚
Do Ho Suh's "348 West 22nd Street" is now open at LACMA. Stop by and see this masterful piece soon!
Happy birthday to Auguste Rodin, who was born #OnThisDay in 1840. By the early 20th century, Rodin had become a world-renowned artist, celebrated for his ability to capture individual character and physicality through his complex works.
It's the second Tuesday of the month, which means free general admission to LACMA! ✨ Open hours: 11 am - 5 pm.
See how the prevalence of animals both real and mythological in LACMA's extensive Japanese art collection inspired the exhibition "Every Living Thing: Animals in Japanese Art" with Robert T. Singer, Curator and Department Head, Japanese Art.
RT @artnet: Julie Mehretu is an artist at the peak of her power.
Fluttering on by with this collection highlight 🦋 Butterfly Napkin Clip from the John Mackay Service, Tiffany & Company, United States, 1878.
Tomorrow at 2 pm, take a tour of "Julie Mehretu" at LACMA. The first-ever comprehensive retrospective of Mehretu’s career, it covers over two decades of her examination of history, colonialism, capitalism, geopolitics, war, global uprising, diaspora, and displacement.
Tomorrow, bring the family along to meet some extraordinary creatures in "Every Living Thing: Animals in Japanese Art" during Andell Family Sundays! Make art inspired by supernatural animals like dragons and phoenixes. 12:30 - 3:30 pm, free.
Closing this Monday: "Christian Marclay: Sound Stories" and "Mary Corse: A Survey in Light." Don't miss these stellar exhibitions!
A late night collection highlight ✨ Kobayashi Kiyochika, "Fireflies at Ochanomizu," circa 1880.
Opening Sunday: "Do Ho Suh: 348 West 22nd Street," a fabric reconstruction of the artist's ground floor residence from a single New York Building. See it in the Resnick Pavilion.
Tomorrow at 2 pm, join LACMA educators for a tour of "Betye Saar: Call and Response." Explore the relationship between Saar's sketchbooks and her powerful finished assemblages in this free tour.
A sleepytime collection highlight: on the ends of these pair of pillows (yes...these are pillows!) are paintings of baku, mythical creatures that eat nightmares. 😴 See them in "Every Living Thing: Animals in Japanese Art," now at LACMA.
Jazz at LACMA is on! Friday nights this month from 6 pm - 8 pm, celebrate L.A.'s finest jazz musicians at free outdoor concerts. The galleries are open late and the vibes are good. See you there! 👋🎶
This weekend, join us for Andell Family Sundays: Animals of the Supernatural! 🔮 Make your own art inspired by the otherworldly creatures in "Every Living Thing: Animals in Japanese Art." Learn more ➡️
Bring the family! On November 9, we're hosting a family printmaking class. Create side-by-side or collaborate together in this intergenerational class! Find more info and sign up ➡️
The Art of Tea LACMA Blend is inspired by the museum's park setting and its collection, which spans time and cultures. Try it for yourself, or treat a friend to a special gift! 🍵
RT @SMC_edu: SMC alum & .@UCLA transfer Jackie Lopez is majoring in anthropology and minoring in art history. She is a Mellon Undergraduate…
Christian Marclay's "The Organ" responds to users' keystrokes with Snaps, playing sounds recorded and shared through the messaging app Snapchat. See, and try this work for yourself in "Christian Marclay: Sound Stories," at LACMA through 11/11. © 2019, photo © Benoit Florençon
On view 11/7: Kirsten Mosher's "Soul Mate: 180°." For this Art+Technology Lab project, Mosher researched LACMA's antipode. The work, a marble sculpture of the waves of the Indian Ocean, explores the tension between what can be seen and what is imagined.
The LACMA Art+Film Gala, an annual fundraiser for the museum, encourages the creative collision between the art and film worlds. Step inside this year's event through the lens of up-and-coming filmmaker Gilbert Trejo.
LACMA hosted its ninth annual Art+Film Gala on Saturday, November 2, 2019, honoring artist Betye Saar and filmmaker Alfonso Cuarón. Gala honorees @betyesaar and @alfonsocuaron. Photo by Stefanie Keenan/Getty Images for LACMA.
Co-chaired by LACMA trustee Eva Chow and actor Leonardo DiCaprio, the event brought together more than 800 prominent guests and raised more than $4.6 million, with proceeds supporting LACMA’s film initiatives and future exhibitions, acquisitions, and programming.
Gucci creative director Alessandro Michele, Gala honoree Betye Saar, LACMA CEO and Wallis Annenberg Director Michael Govan, LACMA trustee and Art+Film Gala co-chair Eva Chow, and Gala honoree Alfonso Cuarón. Photo by Matt Winkelmeyer/Getty Images for LACMA
Artist Mark Bradford and model, actor, and businesswoman @NaomiCampbell. Photo by Billy Farrell/
@donaldglover honors filmmaker Alfonso Cuarón. Photo by Billy Farrell/
@johnlegend honors artist Betye Saar. Photo by Billy Farrell/
@billieeilish introduces 2019 Art+Film Gala performer Anderson .Paak. Photo by Emma McIntyre/Getty Images for LACMA
@billieeilish .@AndersonPaak performs at the 2019 LACMA Art+Film Gala. Photo by Emma McIntyre/Getty Images for LACMA
@billieeilish @AndersonPaak The 2019 Art+Film Gala was made possible through the generous support of @gucci.
Tomorrow is your last chance to see Zak Ové’s sculptural installation “The Invisible Man and the Masque of Blackness” at LACMA. Don’t miss it! ©️ Zak Ové
Alert: Please note that the museum will close at 1 pm on Saturday, November 2 for a special event. LACMA will return to regular hours on Sunday, November 3.
This month, Andell Family Sundays explores mythical animals such as dragons, enchanted house cats, and phoenixes. See these creatures in "Every Living Thing: Animals in Japanese Art" before making your own artworks!
…they are also known to drag animals and humans to their deaths by drowning. Find these creepy critters on view in “Every Living Thing: Animals in Japanese Art,” now at LACMA.
This #Halloween, beware the kappa, imps from Japanese folklore that live in lakes and rivers. These part-human, part-turtle monsters are incredibly strong, and love wrestling.
Spooks abound on today's #Halloween blog! 😈 See how LACMA conservators worked on a set of 19th century stereographs featuring scenes of Satan doing everything from playing card games in his parlor to boiling skeletons in a cauldron. Read on if you dare ➡️
Reminder ✨ Join us tonight at 7 pm for an opening party celebrating #JulieMehretu at LACMA. See the new exhibition, enjoy a performance from @DJRASHIDA, and explore LACMA after-hours! More info ➡️
Is "Julie Mehretu" at LACMA on your list to visit in the coming months? See it at LACMA starting Sunday. (via @voguemagazine)
RT @mridleythomas: Recognizing Betye Saar at @LACMA. A living legend and lifelong @CountyOfLA resident, her legacy and impact of work is t…
What better way to celebrate #NationalCatDay than by sleeping through it? 😴
Families: learn more about upcoming pop-up programs and artmaking classes, and what to expect in the coming months at LACMA! 🎨
When you worked really hard on your Halloween costume but no one can tell what you are.
RT @hammer_museum: Closing Sunday—Van Gogh in L.A. On display in the Armand Hammer Collection gallery, Vincent van Gogh works from the @Ge…
🎶 Tune in! Sundays Live is about to start! Tonight, pianist Simone Leitão performs Domenico Scarlatti: "Sonatas in B minor K 87 and A major, K 114"; Handel: "Chaconne in G major" and more. Listen live starting at 6 pm:
RT @DoLA: What does @TheBroad, @LACMA & the @MarcianoArtFDN all have in common? Free Entry! Take advantage and check out our list of LA mus…
Tomorrow, join us for walking meditation and slow-looking exercises in the installation "The Invisible Man and the Masque of Blackness" as part of Mindful Monday. Spend quality time with with works of art to become more grounded and connected.
Me 6 minutes after ordering something online.
Tomorrow at 1 pm, join LACMA educators for a free tour of Zak Ové's sculptural installation "The Invisible Man and the Masque of Blackness," on view through November 3 in the B. Gerald Cantor Sculpture Garden.
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