Whether you're looking to try a hand-held pie at C + M or take a Facebook pic of yourself holding up Levitated Mass, there's always a good reason to head to LACMA. Here's another: On view all this year, Compass for Surveyors: Nineteenth-Century American Landscapes from LACMA's Painting and Photography Collections, features the entire collection of the museum's 19th-century American landscape paintings from its permanent collection, save for five pieces that are traveling Korea, and represents the first re-hang of the American collection since 2007. Artists on view include Fitz Henry Lane, Winslow Homer, Emmanuel Gottlieb Leutze, George Innes and Thomas Hill, all of whom capture the evolving American landscape as seen from both coasts during a time uncertain location and identity.
Compass for Surveyors
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5905 Wilshire Blvd
|Opening hours:||Mon-Tues, Thur 11am–5 pm; Fri 11 am–8 pm; Sat-Sun 10am–7 pm; Sun 10 am–7 pm; closed Wed|
|Price:||General admission $15; seniors and students $10; 17 and under free. Free after 3pm for LA county residents Mon-Fri. Free on the second Tue of each month. Self park $10 (free after 7pm).|