Annenberg Space for Photography

Museums, Art and design Century City Free
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Annenberg Space for Photography
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Specializing in photography, this privately funded space takes an innovative approach to displaying its digital and print works. More than just images on a wall, exhibits at the Annenberg often incorporate videos and/or music, creating a more dynamic experience for the visitor. The free admission and $1 parking help attract a younger crowd to the otherwise more corporate neighborhood. Bring a date on a Saturday evening and spend 30 minutes wandering through the gallery before catching a movie across the street at the Century City AMC. During the summer, Saturday evening concerts in partnership with KCRW turn the space into a vibrant hot spot.


Venue name: Annenberg Space for Photography
Address: 2000 Avenue of the Stars
Los Angeles
Opening hours: Wed-Fri 11am-6pm; Sat 11am-9pm; Sun 11am-6pm
Price: Free
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  • Photography Until Sunday August 13 2017 Free
  • Saturday July 22 2017 - Saturday July 29 2017 Free

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Stephanie C

 I've been to the Annenberg for a number of its exhibits and I'm always impressed with the work they do. The team here curates such impactful, meaningful exhibits and tops it all off with a documentary that is not only entertaining but really brings the exhibit home to viewers. If you live in LA, you must see an exhibit here, and if you're visiting, I recommend seeing this and then heading to nearby Museum of Tolerance for a truly enlightening day.

Jakob N. Layman

The Annenberg is such a fantastic member of LA's already stellar lineup of museums. Their (always free) exhibits are created with top-notch curation and they always manage to utilize their space to achieve the greatest impact with the displayed photos. 

Kate W

We are so lucky to have the Annenberg here in LA. It’s a beautiful, modern space and every exhibit is so thoughtfully curated. I never thought I could look at over 100 photos of water and be so fascinated. The show they did in conjunction with National Geographic’s 125-year anniversary was one of the most beautiful, important things I think I’ve ever seen. And the space (which, by the way, is always free) is now teaming up with KCRW for Sound In Focus, a series of free outdoor concerts with music inspired by the museum’s latest exhibit.