Wonderful at night. Art of lights . I love this place. It's the park on way. Simply is columm and lights.
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$25 to get in to this special exhibit which compared and contrasted the works of Diego Rivera and Pablo Picasso. Unlike the previous comparison exhibit we saw elsewhere, these artists were communicating with each other and working contemporaneously. Interesting. Also enjoyed the Japanese pavilion with...More
I always try to come to this museum when I am in LA. Right by the LaBrea tar pits. the collections are wonderful and the special exhibitions are great. This December there was an installation with lots of moving cars. We all loved it. I...More
I didn't expect much compared to the Getty. And in fact, LACMA is a step down but not a big step down. I can't cite specific artist names, but there were a lot of stop-and-study paintings, even for myself who is more into music than...More
My stay in LA was short and other wise occupied but I managed to spend a few hours LACMA. So many great exhibits, not too crowded, and just a cool place to be. I particularly loved the street lamp exhibit and the French advertisements from...More
A world-class museum with an ever changing collection of exhibits, be prepared to spend an entire day enjoying what's on display.
$60 buys you the individual membership if you are a resident of LA. The exhibit I went to see Rivera/Picasso had a $25 entrance fee. If you will visit the museum a few times during the year, membership makes sense. New updated restaurant on site...More
Home of the most photographed Urban Lights. Spent half a day exploring the variety of collections. LACMA left me in awe, I get to see Picasso, Warhol, and a whole lot more.
This is an amazing museum with a lot of diversity of Art, they have around 5 buildings with many options to see, if you are looking for sculptures, modern art, classic art, you will need minimum a whole day to see everything and maybe 2...More
The exhibits are hit and miss but the expansion will make it even better. The citations leave something to be desired. Example, a Calder Mobil exhibit that didn't move. Isn't the point of a Mobil to move? Some times great though but the new buildings...More