Los Angeles County Museum Of Art Free Admission Friday

Los Angeles County Museum of Art Free Admission Friday
Aug 30

Los Angeles County Museum Of Art Free Admission Friday

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Free Admission Friday at Los Angeles County Museum of Art - see INFO below. Over several decades, the campus and the collection have grown considerably. The Anderson Building (renamed the Art of the Americas building in 2007) opened in 1986 to house modern and contemporary art. In 1988, Bruce Goff's innovative Pavilion for Japanese Art opened at the east end of campus. In 1994, the museum acquired the May Company department store building at the corner of Wilshire and Fairfax, now known as LACMA West. Most recently, the Transformation project revitalized the western half of the campus with a collection of buildings designed by Renzo Piano Building Workshop. These include the Broad Contemporary Art Museum, a three-story 60,000 square foot space for the exhibition of postwar art that opened in 2008. In fall of 2010, the Lynda and Stewart Resnick Exhibition Pavilion opened to the public, providing the largest purpose-built, naturally lit, open-plan museum space in the world, with a rotating selection of major exhibitions. Ray's restaurant and Stark Bar opened in 2011, invigorating the Smidt Welcome Pavilion near Chris Burden's iconic Urban Light.

when: August 30 @ 3pm - 8pm
where: Los Angeles County Museum of Art, 5905 Wilshire Blvd, Los Angeles, CA (map)
price: Free
INFO: L.A. County residents receive free general admission every week: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday: 3 pm–5 pm, Friday: 3 pm–8 pm Phone: 323-857-6000 Website
category: Arts & Culture
 

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