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ÌMỌ̀ DÁRA 6h
In conversation with Dr. Polly Nooter Roberts of we discuss & masterpieces from the exhibition
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Guards at LACMA shared chilling stories of a woman and child from this piece wandering the museum
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On June 24, Michael Heizer's Levitated Mass turns five. Dig into the archives to learn more about it!
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LACMA 16h
Thanks for taking the time to check out this online exhibition!
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LACMA 16h
Browse world history through the lens of fashion with a exhibit virtual tour
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. talked to Dr. Polly Nooter Roberts, consulting curator of African art at LACMA, about
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Based on a Watts apartment, María Elena González’s "Magic Carpet/Home" invites viewers to explore
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Kevin D. Dumouchelle 21h
A stunning opening to "The Inner Eye: Vision and Transcendence in African Arts"
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LACMA 23h
Mary Cassatt was the only American asked to participate in Paris impressionist exhibitions of the 1880s.
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Pablo LeonDeLaBarra Jun 22
please help Guatemala's only Museum of Contemporary Art housed in a small concrete egg travel to LA!
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LACMA Jun 21
Replying to @ekinilvalentino
Of course! Here's a close-up.
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LACMA Jun 21
What instrument do you love to play? "Woman Playing a 'Viola da Gamba'" Albert-Ernest Carrier-Belleuse
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SCI-Arc Jun 21
SCI-Arc Grad students recently visited to investigate the hexagons of . Read about their findings
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LACMA Jun 21
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LACMA Jun 21
LACMA’s free online course for teachers, Visions of War, explores different ways of looking at and depicting war.
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LACMA Jun 21
Happy birthday ! The artist first achieved recognition at the Paris Salon of 1896 with this work.
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SanJoseMuseumofArt Jun 21
It's ! SJMA will exhibit "This Is Not A Selfie" a photograpy show organized by on AUG 25.
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LACMA Jun 21
TFW someone catches you taking a selfie but you have no shame
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jonseydl Jun 21
Loving this interview with Ilona Katzew, Curator of Latin Am Art about upcoming 18thc Mexican painting show
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LACMA Jun 21
In the early 1600s, Venice was known as the “Republic of Music." Here, two ladies make music.
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