LACMA is one of the most influential art museums in Los Angeles known for its charm and edgy exhibits. At first glance it spans much farther than can be seen from the entrance and holds more than 150,000 works of art. LACMA’S collection spans art’s history, holding pieces from ancient times to current day. In addition to the rotating art exhibits, LACMA also holds constant concert and film series for popular artists in the area.
For the 2016 season, LACMA has a full lineup of engaging content. Through April, LACMA will be featuring Random International’s Rain Room, an immersive environment of perpetually falling water that pauses everywhere a body is detected. It gives spectators the ability to influence the impossible … they can control where rain falls! Tickets are only available to members of LACMA, so be sure to schedule a visit before trying to attend.
A popular exhibit that is also free with admission is one of architectural aesthetic. Frank Gehry, a pioneer of digital technology, is one of the most influential minds of the construction industry of today. LACMA will be doing a full exhibit of his Los Angeles building designs that represent his large influence on the city’s urban layout. As an architect, Gehry brought a new approach to building and design as well as an innovative approach to materials. Many of the designs on display at LACMA have never been seen before publically.
If you are looking for a daytrip in the metropolitan area of Los Angeles, look no farther than LACMA. At only $15 admission to most exhibits and no wait time, it’s easy to see why this gem is on most LA native’s hotspots.
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