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Since its inception in 1965, the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) has been devoted to collecting works of art that span both history and geography, in addition to representing Los Angeles's uniquely diverse population. Today LACMA is the...more
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The exhibitions are great at LACMA, but they need more tech art. They should look towards the Japanese modern art museums and bring in what really is modern art now. Rain room, crystal universe etc that was at LACMA was an year or two after...More
There was an excellent exhibition of the work by an African-American artist, Charles White. But the entire American and Japanese collections were shut, and there was no indication of this at the ticket office. In my experience elsewhere, visitors were informed and even got a...More
We were disappointed to learn that several galleries are closed due to preparation for the construction of a new building. However, the "Charles White: A Retrospective" exhibit was excellent! A free jazz concert "Sweet Baby J'ai" was underway during our visit and the music was...More
I grew up in San Diego and went to college in Glendale. As I now live in the mid-west, I don't get to LA often. The Urban Light installation at the LA County Museum of Art one high on my list for my short stay...More
Since you are coming from Metro Manila you probably will not be driving. You can take public transportation which is inexpensive but will take a long time. Check the transit authority website for information. Google LA... More
Since you are coming from Metro Manila you probably will not be driving. You can take public transportation which is inexpensive but will take a long time. Check the transit authority website for information. Google LA Metro and you will get the link.
Otherwise take a taxi. However you chose to get there, it is a very significant world class art museum so make every effort to get there.