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This Sunday, join us for a FREE lecture—“Inscribing the Past for the Present: Poetry and Image in Sixteenth-Century Japan,” presented by Tomoko Sakomura, associate professor of art history, Swarthmore College.

Talk: The 29th Annual Michele and Peter Berton Memorial Lecture

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LACMA is the fourth most-Instagrammed museum in the world for 2016! Thanks once again to our wonderful visitors for sharing their experiences through photos. #LACMAPlusYou

The World's Most Instagrammed Museums in 2016

In 1989, the organization Visual AIDS called on arts communities around the country to observe the first Day Without Art on December 1, coinciding with the World Health Organization’s AIDS Awareness Day—now known as World AIDS Day, as well as Day With(out) Art. Today LACMA joins other arts institutions in remembering those lost to the AIDS epidemic, and in celebrating art as an instrument of...
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Don't miss "Alternative Dreams: 17th-Century Chinese Paintings from the Tsao Family Collection," closing this Sunday, December 4! Learn about the man behind the Tsao Family Collection: Jung Ying Tsao (1929–2011), in this Unframed Q&A: [ Bit.ly Link ]
In stark contrast to the prevailing modernist dogma, which sought universal and impersonal set of symbols, designer Awazu Kiyoshi imbued his expressive, hand-drawn designs with local traditions. He argued that the designer’s mission was “to extend the rural into the city, foreground the folklore, reawaken the past, summon back the outdated.” [ Bit.ly Link ]
"The Serial Impulse at Gemini G.E.L." explores print series from all periods of the workshop’s production, from seminal works by Johns, Rauschenberg, and Stella to more recent series by Richard Serra and Julie Mehretu. [ Bit.ly Link ]

The Serial Impulse at Gemini G.E.L. | Unframed

Here’s a sampling of what’s on view at local museums this holiday weekend.

Skip the mall, go to a museum: 16 ways to gobble up SoCal culture over Thanksgiving weekend

Wishing all of our friends, followers, and visitors a Happy Thanksgiving! We're thankful for YOU this year and always. Can you guess the artists of these works? Check out [ Lacma.org Link ] to find them all!

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Last days to see "Guillermo del Toro: At Home With Monsters,” closing Sunday! [ Bit.ly Link ]

The exhibition explores the passions that motivate del Toro’s collecting and filmmaking through panoplies of objects, note-books, and artifacts that fill his fantastic “Bleak House.”
Art and science come together in the Conservation Center at LACMA, which encompasses six areas of conservation expertise—paintings, textiles, paper, objects, collections management, and research. Today, we're speaking with Mellon Fellow Miranda Dunn in Paintings Conservation, who is currently working on a Spanish panel from around 1400 in our permanent collection.
Alchemists of all sorts populate the world of Guillermo del Toro. His films are filled with figures who strive to transform base materials into precious items, unearth ancient secrets, and challenge the fundamental laws of nature. Read about alchemy and other motifs throughout del Toro’s films on Unframed: [ Bit.ly Link ]

Guillermo del Toro as Alchemist: An Interview with Keith McDonald and Roger Clark | Unframed

Watch live now as TOWN HALL Los Angeles interviews LACMA Director and CEO Michael Govan on rethinking art museums. #TownHallLA
LACMA's Director and CEO Michael Govan will be live on KCET's Facebook page Monday, November 21. If you have questions for him, please leave them here in the comments!
Opening today, “Renaissance and Reformation: German Art in the Age of Dürer and Cranach” brings to Los Angeles some of the greatest achievements of German Renaissance art! [ Bit.ly Link ]

Join us this afternoon at 1 pm for a FREE lecture—Beauty and Conflict in German Renaissance Art: [ Bit.ly Link ]

[Albrect Dürer, Portrait of Bernhard von Reesen, 1521, Staatliche Kunstsammlungen Dresden,...
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“Y.Z. Kami: Endless Prayers” opens today! In Y.Z. Kami’s remarkable paintings and collages, the artist has masterfully rendered the intangible and profoundly personal notion of prayer in strong visual terms through binaries of words and images, East and West, corporeal and spiritual: [ Bit.ly Link ]
Guillermo del Toro himself is here with us LIVE in the "At Home with Monsters" exhibition to answer fans' questions now! Please leave your questions in the comments and let us know where you're viewing from.

There's just over a week left to see "Guillermo del Toro: At Home with Monsters" at LACMA, closing November 27: [ Bit.ly Link ]
This elaborately decorated figural carving was used to plug the end of a Biwat flute. The plug was inserted into the mouthpiece of the long ceremonial flute, which would have been six to eight feet in length. Learn more about this piece on Unframed: [ Bit.ly Link ]
In 1968, Los Angeles artists gathered at LACMA to take a photograph. Almost 50 years later, two generations of L.A. artists were brought together by Vanity Fair to take a new photo. Check out the spread, plus exclusive photobooth pictures, in the December 2016 issue of Vanity Fair! Photograph by Art Streiber. [ Bit.ly Link ] #tbt
Currently on view in the Art of the Americas Building, “Revealing Creation: The Science and Art of Ancient Maya Ceramics” considers ancient Maya ceramic production as both art and science, informed by a multi-year collaborative research project by LACMA’s Conservation Center and the Art of the Ancient Americas Program. Unframed spoke with two key members of the research team: senior objects...
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