LACMA


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LACMALos Angeles County Museum of Art
LACMALos Angeles County Medical Association
LACMALatin American and Caribbean Movers Association
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Timothy Schroder is well placed to catalogue the collection; his friendship with Selim Zilkha developed while he was Curator of Decorative Arts at LACMA from 1984 to 1989.
The Hotel Wilshire, a new six-story, 74-room boutique hotel, is just steps away from LACMA and a short drive from Culver City, downtown, or the Westside.
"With `Made in California,' LACMA has pushed the envelope with an exhibition that is unlike anything we have done before," said Stephanie Barron, senior curator of Modern and Contemporary Art.
Prior to his curatorial role at LACMA (and before that, the Menil Collection), Sirmans started as an arts writer and editor--an experience he believes has heavily influenced his current approach.
While Demy tried to navigate the studio system, Varda made small, personal films and took lots of photographs, the most significant of which hang in the LACMA show.
Mr Govan, who joined LACMA as Chief Executive Officer and Wallis Annenberg Director in 2006, has transformed the museum and its reputation, overseeing the completion of two sleek new exhibition halls by the renowned Italian architect Renzo Piano, and significantly expanding the museum's collection.
"A MACHINE PROJECT FIELD GUIDE TO THE LOS ANGELES COUNTY MUSEUM OF ART," LACMA On November 15, 2008, LACMA hosted its own takeover, inviting Machine Project, a Los Angeles-based nonprofit, to create site-specific installations and performances.
Nodal passed on this question, so we'll suggest the incomparable Gilbert mosaics at LACMA.
This LACMA retrospective catalogue documents the celestial work of the artist James Turrell, who's in the midst of an exhibition whirlwind, with major concurrent shows at LACMA (through April 6, 2014), the Guggenheim (through Sept.
Californian museums have never appeared so active: the refinanced MOCA, the proposed expansion of the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA) and the opening of the Broad Contemporary Art Museum (BCAM) at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA), combined with the region's existing historic institutions, make it one of the most important art centres in America.
Designed by the Cuban-born LA sculptor and designer Jorge Pardo at the request of Michael Govan, lacma's innovative director, the installation seems intuitively to capture some aspects of the ancient American belief in a compressed space located deep within the heaving innards of a living, breathing organism.
Her works were also acquired by the Five Continents Museum in Munich, Germany, and the LACMA art museum in Los Angeles.