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LACMA 11h
"So, when I look out upon the ocean, I tremble as if I am holding part of the universe in my hand." — Young-Il Ahn. Visit "Unexpected Light" in its last few days, on view until July 22 © Young-Il Ahn photo © Museum Associates/LACMA
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LACMA 13h
On the blog: The Andell Family Sundays theme this month is Radiating Color, inspired by ’s drawings. Through artist-led workshops and tours, families and friends explore the power of color.
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LACMA 17h
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It is! We loved this GIF so much we had to share. We are encouraging everyone to explore the in various institutions!
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LACMA 18h
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Yes! We've got some pieces on view as well, like "Arabesque" which was first modelled in 1890 and then cast posthumously
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LACMA 18h
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See more work by in honor of his birthday by following tweets from various institutions using !
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LACMA 18h
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Hi Susy! Yes, it is included. We look forward to your visit!
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LACMA 20h
Edgar was born in 1834. Come see "The Dancers" from 1898 in person in the Ahmanson building, level 3
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LACMA Jul 18
"Shahn, Mooney, and the Apotheosis of American Labor" opens July 22. Shahnwas the most famous socially concerned artist in Depression-eraNYC "Apotheosis" is the last painting of his series of 16 gouaches on Tom Mooney :: image via Yale Law Library
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LACMA Jul 18
On the blog: Since its opening in February 2017, "Unexpected Light: Works by Young-Il Ahn" has been a crowd favorite. Don't miss your chance to see it! The exhibition closes July 22 © Young-Il Ahn photo by Michael Underwood
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LACMA Jul 18
July 29, 3pm, free and open to the public 🎥 In conjunction with "In the Fields of Empty Days: The Intersection of Past and Present in Iranian Art," see a screening of the 1969 cult classic "The Color of Pomegranates (Sayat Nova)."
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LACMA Jul 18
“You don't make a photograph just with a camera. You bring to the act of photography all the pictures you have seen, the books you have read, the music you have heard, the people you have loved” Ansel Adams :: paired w/ "Woman Playing Solitaire" Gertrude Käsebier
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LACMA Jul 17
Late-night collection highlight: "The Clouded Moon," John Whitehead, Scotland, circa 1923, Gelatin silver print 🌙
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Discover Los Angeles Jul 17
This , we visited to check out their new exhibit, 3D: Double Vision. Watch our Insta Story for a sneak peek!
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LACMA Jul 17
On the blog: LACMA has an active loan schedule, bringing our collections to institutions and audiences worldwide. Find out more about the items currently on view in "Icons of Style"
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LACMA Jul 17
Happy ! See "Bust of a Female Saint" in the Ahmanson building, level 3.
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LACMA Jul 17
Need a break? Come watch "The Land Before Time" during our Tuesday matinee at 1pm 🎥
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LACMA Jul 16
An enigmatic late night collection highlight: "À Edgar Poe (À l'horizon l'Ange des Certitudes, et dans le ciel sombre, un regard intérrogateur)," Odilon Redon, France, 1882
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LACMA Jul 16
There's a tension between the immediacy of online content & the inaccessibility of titles outside streaming sites’ limited collections. We asked & Maggie Mackay to talk more about this, ahead of our "Fresh Horses" screening
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LACMA Jul 16
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William Kentridge uses stereoscopy, with its dual images, as a metaphor in his 1999 piece "Stereoscope," a contemplation of modern life. See it in :: © William Kentridge, photo courtesy of the artist & Marian Goodman Gallery
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LACMA Jul 16
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1830s: English physicist Charles Wheatstone 🔬 shares his discovery of stereoscopy and introduces a viewing apparatus that uses mirrors to direct images to the left and right eyes. Stereoscopy is what creates the illusion of depth for the eyes 👀
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