What is your favorite LACMA memory from 2013?
Throwback to 1964! A docent gives a talk in the atrium in the Ahmanson building at LACMA. Today this is the site of Tony Smith’s “Smoke” sculpture.
Photo courtesy Museum Associates-LACMA, Photographic Archives. #ThrowbackThursday
Did you know that LA residents receive free general admission to LACMA after 3PM on weekdays? http://bit.ly/lacmavisit
Image from “Under the Mexican Sky: Gabriel Figueroa—Art and Film,” on view through February 2, 2014.
Erase your worries with a “Wrong” eraser from the LACMA Store.
Celebrate the Feast Day of the Virgin of Guadalupe and check out this work by Miguel González on view in the fourth floor of the Art of the Americas Building. The mother-of-pearl insets lend great luminosity to this piece. Learn more: http://bit.ly/18EOkF8.
[Image: Miguel González, The Virgin of Guadalupe (Virgen de Guadalupe), circa 1698, oil on canvas on wood, inlaid with mother-of-pearl (enconchado)]
The Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) is introducing the Art + Technology Lab, an ambitious project that enables artists to explore new boundaries of art and science. The initiative offers grants, lab space, access to new technologies and industry mentors. The public will have access to the Lab’s ongoing educational programming. The Lab is made possible by Accenture, NVIDIA, DAQRI, SpaceX, and Google.
Submit your proposal! http://bit.ly/ArtPlusTech
Mexico City-based artist Melanie Smith joins us tonight for a free art talk in conjunction with the exhibition, “Under the Mexican Sky: Gabriel Figueroa—Art and Film.” http://bit.ly/18uNKtv
[Image: Melanie Smith with Rafael Ortega, “Aztec Stadium. Malleable Deed”, 2010]