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Due to the ongoing coronavirus outbreak, the Hammer Museum is temporarily closing starting March 14. On-site restaurant Audrey will remain open and has introduced delivery service. You can keep up with more local event cancelations here.
Industrialist Armand Hammer founded this museum in 1990, primarily to house his own collection, and it opened just three weeks before he died. Now, the free, UCLA partner institution stages fascinating shows of modern art, photography and design, often with an epmhasis on local artists. The shows are supplemented by the Hammer’s public events calendar (arguably one of the best in the city), chock full of free lectures, concerts and screenings.
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Tishan Hsu: Liquid Circuit
Since the mid-1980s, Hsu’s minimalist works of colorful textures and screens have pondered the implications of technology and AI on the human body and mind. The Hammer Museum is bringing together roughly 30 such sculptures, wall reliefs, drawings and...Sculpture Until Sunday April 19 2020 Free
Made in L.A.
The Hammer Museum’s excellent, ongoing series of biennial exhibitions ups the ante each year with its spotlight on emerging and under-recognized L.A. artists, and we expect the upcoming fifth edition to be no exception. The list of 30 artists includes practitioners...Contemporary art Sunday July 19 2020 - Sunday January 3 2021 Free