Explore short video features, including artist interviews, talks with director Michael Govan, and exhibition previews.

The exhibition Senses of Time shows time-based media works from five leading contemporary artists of Africa. 

Artist Ed Moses discusses the art he created in the 1960s and 70s.

The exhibition Ed Moses: Drawings from the 1960s and 70s is on view through August 2, 2015. 

A celebration of 50 years for the Los Angeles County Museum of Art

In 2007 LACMA acquired a group of six paintings by the Mexican painter Juan Patricio Morlete Ruiz. When LACMA acquired the works they were covered with a yellow varnish layer that obscured the contrast and tonality of the original colors and flattened the perspective. Once removed, the illusion of space and depth returned, revealing the work of a thoughtful and highly skilled artist. This video documents the process of conserving Morlete's pictures.

—Ilona Katzew, Curator of Latin American Art, LACMA.

Read more about conservation projects in Latin American Art on Unframed:

Restoring LACMA’s New Vicente Albán Paintings from Ecuador...

On February 18, 2014, Wallis Annenberg Director Michael Govan talks with E.C. Krupp, director of the Griffith Observatory, about the intersection of art and science.

Curators Stephanie Barron and Nana Bahlmann give a walkthrough of the exhibition New Objectivity: Modern German Art in the Weimar Republic, 1919–1933 on view at LACMA from October 4, 2015–January 18, 2016.

In the early morning hours just before dawn on March 10th, 2012, the transporter carrying the megalith that will be part of Michael Heizer's Levitated Mass at LACMA arrived at the museum. The transporter traveled through four counties (Riverside, San Bernardino, Orange, and Los Angeles) and twenty-two cities in a carefully orchestrated journey that attracted thousands of bystanders. At 340 tons, the boulder is one of the largest megaliths moved since ancient times.

Levitated Mass is expected to open to the public June 24, 2012. Learn more

Frame x Frame: Reimagining the Everyday is a tour and digital animation workshop for seventh grade students. Teaching Artists lead students on a tour of the collection, analyzing how artists have transformed ordinary objects in unexpected ways. Following the tour, students visit the studio where they re-imagine everyday items by combining the traditional art of drawing with technology. Learn more.

Artist Youngmin Lee discusses the history of bojagi in Korea. Learn more about LACMA's Korean Bojagi Community Project and Bojagi Textile Workshops.