This week we opened an installation by Art + Technology Lab grant recipient Michael Mandiberg. “Quantified Self Portrait (Rhythms),” a sound installation in the Pritzker Parking Garage elevators, combines recordings of the artist’s heartbeat and digital media alerts. “Quantified Self Portrait (1 Year Performance),” displayed on the video screens in Stark Bar, is a video composite of a year’s...
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Michael Mandiberg: Workflow | Unframed

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Paintings by Los Angeles-based artist Toba Khedoori have been celebrated for their precise draftsmanship, monumentality, and extraordinary use of negative space. Her slow, methodical way of working produces arresting images, oddly decontextualized and yet acutely detailed depictions of everyday objects, architectural forms, atmospheric moments, and enigmatic vistas. On February 21, join three...
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Connect with Artists Connecting with Art | Unframed

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Join us in Compton for the anniversary celebration of LACMA family art workshops at Lueders Park. Education coordinator Holly Gillette and community engagement manager Marvella Muro share today's event.
This Saturday, for Local: Book, LACMA Local members can create a handmade accordion book with pop-ups inspired by Chris Burden’s kinetic sculpture “Metropolis II.” On Sunday, join us for a free talk by Dr. Richard Hansen, archeologist and director of the Mirador Basin Project as he shares pressing news about one of the largest and most important ancient Maya sites in Mesoamerica. While you’re...
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This Weekend at LACMA | Unframed

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LACMA | Bing Theater
$2 members, seniors (65+), and children (17 & under); $4 general public
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1990, 101 minutes, 35mm | Directed by Mike Nichols; written by Carrie Fisher based on the book by Carrie Fisher; with Meryl Streep, Shirley MacLaine, Dennis Quaid, Gene Hackman, Richard Dryfuss, Rob Reiner, Mary...
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Film: Postcards from the Edge

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$2 members, seniors (65+), and children (17 & under); $4 general public
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1985, 161 minutes, 35mm | Directed by Sydney Pollack; written by Kurt Luedtke based on the book by Judith Thurman and Errol Trzebinski based upon: “Out of Africa” and other writings by Karen Blixen; with Meryl...
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Film: Out of Africa

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2017, 101 min, color, DCP | Screenplay by Daniel Clowes, based on Wilson by Daniel Clowes; directed by Craig Johnson; with Woody Harrelson, Laura Dern, Isabella Amara, Judy Greer, Cheryl Hines, Margo Martindale, Mary Lynn Rajskub

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Includes a conversation with actor Laura Dern

From Craig...
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Film: Free Members-Only Screening: Wilson

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1981, 124 minutes, 35mm | Directed by Karel Reisz; written by Harold Pinter based on the novel by John Fowels; with Meryl Streep, Jeremy Irons, Hilton McRae, Emily Morgan, Charlotte Mitchell, Lynsey Baxter, Jean...
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Film: The French Lieutenant’s Woman

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1978, 183 minutes, 35mm | Directed by Michael Cimino; written by Deric Washburn based on the story by Michael Cimino, Deric Washburn, Louis Garfinkle, and Quinn K. Redeker; with Robert De Niro, John Cazale, John...
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Film: The Deer Hunter

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2016, 106 min, color, DCP | Written by Olivier Assayas; directed by Olivier Assayas; with Kristen Stewart, Lars Eidinger, Sigrid Bouaziz, Anders Danielsen Lie, Ty Olwin, Nora von Waldstätten

For LACMA Film Club and Film Independent members only

Includes a conversation with actor Kristen Stewart and writer/ irector Olivier Assayas

The filmmaker...
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Film: Free Members-Only Screening: Personal Shopper

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2017, color | Created by Steve Conrad; with Marcus Toji, Michael Dorman, Terry O’Quinn

Probably no one is more interested in the comedic proximity between common courtesy, the everyday world, and violence than writer Steve Conrad, whose produced scripts include the 2005 Gore Verbinski-directed The Weather Man, 2008’s The Promotion and 2014’s The...
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Film: Free Screening: Patriot

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Art + Technology Lab grant recipient Michael Mandiberg discusses his project "Workflow" currently installed in various locations at LACMA.
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Join LACMA CEO and Wallis Annenberg Director Michael Govan as he talks with Ford Foundation President Darren Walker about civic engagement and the power of art and creative expression to transform communities. In 2016, TIME Magazine named Walker one of “The 100 Most...
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Talk: The Director’s Series: Michael Govan and Darren Walker

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When we think of love, usually romantic love comes to mind first. Head over heels, doe eyes, out-of-control heart thumping. Here at LACMA, we fall in love with art. Grab the kiddos and explore the different kinds of love around the museum. Follow our guide or discover what you love most in the galleries. [ Bit.ly Link ]

Twenty-Minute Family Guide: Different Kinds of Love | Unframed

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The Art of Looking—Impressionism. Art historian and educator Michelle Brenner discusses a work by Camille Pissarro from LACMA's permanent collection.
On February 12, LACMA and The Huntington announced their joint acquisition of two prototype chairs by American artist Donald Judd. The chairs will be reunited with Judd’s prototype desk acquired by LACMA in 2011. With the acquisition of the chairs, LACMA and The Huntington will now share ownership of the newly reconstituted furniture suite. [ Bit.ly Link ]

Together Again: Donald Judd Prototype Desk and Chairs | Unframed

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Join us for a discussion of "Moholy-Nagy: Future Present" with curator Carol S. Eliel and research assistant Deirdre O'Dwyer. Now on view in the Art of the Americas building through June 18, 2017.
Opening today! László Moholy-Nagy was a pioneering painter, photographer, sculptor, designer, and filmmaker as well as a prolific writer and an influential teacher in both Germany and the United States. He experimented with cameraless photography; the use of industrial materials in painting and sculpture; research with light, transparency, and movement; and the conception of creative...
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László Moholy-Nagy: Experimental Utopian Ahead of His Time, Part Two | Unframed

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Thanks for the memories! ⭐ Here are a few of our favorite pics of "Penetrable" by artist Jesús Rafael Soto. Today and tomorrow are the last days to see the installation at LACMA! [ Bit.ly Link ]

Instagram video by Los Angeles County Museum of Art • Feb 11, 2017 at 7:13pm UTC

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