Time Out says
This Yoshitomo Nara exhibition had been sitting there, just waiting to welcome visitors for about a year. But finally, LACMA is open again—and this exhibition along with it.
The museum has assembled 30 years of works from the wildly popular Japanese artist (known for canvases of fiendish, wide-eyed children and animals) and examines them through the lens of his longtime passion for music (the exhibition begins with a humbling wall of album covers). You’ll find a small cottage recreation of the artist’s studio as well as drawings, paintings, ceramics and sculptures—including a 26-foot painted bronze piece along Wilshire Boulevard.
Advance timed-entry online tickets are required for entry.
|Venue name:||Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA)|
5905 Wilshire Blvd
|Price:||Included in museum admission|