Posts tagged with the keyword: ‘LACMA’


Inside the Story & Pierre Huyghe: Falling Down the Rabbit Hole

Inside the Story & Pierre Huyghe: Falling Down the Rabbit Hole
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For the Frieze Art Fair in 2011, Pierre Huyghe created and installed “Recollection.” Pierre brought in an aquarium, installed some purpley-pink coral rocks, a live hermit crab, and a copy of a Brancusi scuplture. Supposedly, hermit crabs are known for taking discarded shells and adopting them, and Pierre’s crab took up residence in the Brancusi […]

Art Bites!

Art Bites!

No, no, art does not “bite,” in the urban slang sense of the word. To clarify, Maite Gomez-Rejón is back on the West Coast after a series of sold out classes in New York City and is leading a swarm of new classes: “Art Bites: Cooking Art History.” After earning an MFA from the School […]

M.A.D. for Mom

M.A.D. for Mom

No, no, we’re not mad at Mom. Heaven’s no. M.A.D. stands for Member Appreciation Days at Southland Museums. This weekend—which for this event includes Friday—a Pasadena Museum of History membership allows free admission to 20 Southern California institutions such as our own Pacific Asia Museum and the Pasadena Museum of California Art,spreading wide to include […]

Pasadena Design at LACMA

Pasadena Design at LACMA

We highly recommend a trip west to the Los Angeles County Museum of Art to check out its contribution to Pacific Standard Time, the county-wide retrospective of California art in the mid 20th century. Called California Design, 1930–1965: Living in a Modern Way, the show is visually exciting and great fun, showcasing everything from surfboards […]

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