January 27
October 6, 2018
Charles White Elementary School
As part of the multisite project A Universal History of Infamy, LACMA presents an exhibition curated by artist and educator Vincent Ramos at the museum's satellite gallery within…
June 3
September 16, 2018
Resnick Pavilion
Displaying exquisite designs, technical virtuosity, and sumptuous color, chiaroscuro woodcuts are among the most striking prints of the Renaissance. First introduced in Italy…
May 6
September 9, 2018
BCAM, Level 2
In the Fields of Empty Days explores the continuous and inescapable presence of the past in Iranian society. This notion is revealed in art and literature in which ancient kings…
March 25
September 3, 2018
Resnick Pavilion
The ancient city of Teotihuacan flourished in central Mexico in the first millennium CE. This multi-ethnic, cosmopolitan city was the largest urban center in the Americas in its…
July 30, 2017
September 3, 2018
Ahmanson Building, Level 2
Ancient Panamanian art has not yet received the scholarly or public attention it deserves. Creatures of the Earth, Sea, and Sky: Painting the Panamanian Cosmos presents a unique…
July 12
September 3, 2018
Known for his commitment to large-scale, real-time computer simulations, John Gerrard works to explore the power structures and energy networks that have facilitated the expansion…
April 14
August 26, 2018
Ahmanson Building, Level 2
Mass movements are a modern phenomenon and became a popular subject of early 20th-century German art, a time of political revolutions, popular entertainments, proletarian workers…
May 20
August 19, 2018
BCAM, Level 3
Los Angeles-based artist Mark Grotjahn (b. 1968) has made “Butterfly” compositions since 2002, and the latest to come out of his studio is 50 Kitchens (2013–18), exhibited here…