Los Angeles Museums
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The flashy design is based on "the idea of a lifted, displaced landscape—a piece of Korea grafted onto Los Angeles."
We searched the city to find the 30 best family-friendly activities, from dazzling puppet productions to a tiny railway.
In an interview with a Zurich newspaper, Zumthor says he hasn’t read any criticism of the project.
The popup will host film screenings, talks, and other events through November—all free and open to the public.
It’s a return to the originally proposed project for Koreatown.
The director of the Natural History Museums of Los Angeles County, calls it a "once-in-a-lifetime opportunity" to renovate the historic campus.
These summer event series are mostly free—and not to be missed.
Supervisors and celebrities defended the redesign: "LACMA must be allowed to chart its path, lead its growth, and protect its collection."
Leo Politi chronicled a changing city, touching on themes still relevant today: development and preservation.
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It has been described as one of LA’s most "unquestionably beautiful" postmodern buildings.
If you needed an excuse to visit one of these spots, you found it.
This is where it all began.
Guadalupe Rosales is creating a new historical record—where the people included control the narrative.
The museum’s dynamic design is inspired by the Verdugo Mountains in Glendale and the mountains of Armenia.
The empty pier could get a museum-like structure to educate visitors on aquatic creatures.
A new outpost of the museum should open within the next two years.
The project at Fourth and Hewitt cantilever over the A+D museum, plus bring a public plaza to the site.
The museum could get a new theater, a rooftop restaurant, and a glassy western entry hall.
The film academy is drumming up excitement for its museum set to open in 2019 next to LACMA.
The visual centerpiece of the museum, a glass and concrete theater, is coming together in a big way.
Formerly known as the Santa Monica Museum of Art, ICA LA will offer free admission.
City leaders love the Lucas Museum, and they gave it a resounding endorsement today, green-lighting the plans in a 14-0 vote.
Designed by Robert Irwin, the 134,000-square-foot living sculpture contains more than 500 plant species and is constantly growing and evolving.
We’re taking you inside the Scottish Rite Masonic Temple, a spectacular building that has been closed off to the public for decades.
Construction of the museum is expected to start in January 2018 and be finished by 2021.
It’s already about two years behind schedule, has blasted through its original budget, and is likely to keep racking up costs, says The Hollywood Reporter.
Dozens of museums, from Santa Barbara to Palm Springs, are offering free general admission this Sunday as part of the 12th annual Museums Free-for-All event. Let this map serve as your guide to a day of free, cultural exploration.
In another sign that LA’s art scene is booming, the Hammer Museum in Westwood announced it will undergo a remodel and expansion, taking over a neighboring tower to give the museum a new presence on Wilshire Boulevard.