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Yayoi Kusama, "Longing for Eternity" at The Broad

Top 10 Los Angeles Museums for a Rainy Day

11/03/2015

Discover Los Angeles

There is no shortage of world-class museums in Los Angeles, but given that the average temperature is 72 degrees and sunny, many cultural institutions are designed with the outdoors in mind. On those rare days when it rains in L.A., here are ten arts destinations you can visit without feeling guilty about skipping any adjacent gardens and outdoor sculptures, so you can see art and still stay dry.

Chungking Studio art opening in Chinatown

The Guide to Chung King Road Galleries in Chinatown

09/10/2015

Discover Los Angeles

Chung King Road is located in historic Chinatown, just steps from the Hill Street exit off the 110 Freeway. Just 40 feet wide, Chung King Road is bare and quiet during the day - occasionally someone will make their way through as a shortcut to Chinatown’s main attractions. But on art opening nights, throngs of L.A. art enthusiasts pack the little alley to check out the latest exhibits on view at the new generation of art galleries. Read on for a guide to the galleries of Chung King Road.

“Rotten Luck: The Decaying Dice of Ricky Jay” at Museum of Jurassic Technology

Top 10 Quirky Los Angeles Museums

05/21/2015

Elina Shatkin

Los Angeles has several world-class museums filled with priceless masterpieces. Then there are the more humble institutions, the ones catering to obscure and specialized tastes. From bunnies to martial arts and velvet paintings, here are 10 quirky L.A. museums worth seeking out.

Topanga Days band on stage

The Guide to Memorial Day Weekend Events in Los Angeles

05/12/2015

Discover Los Angeles

Los Angeles is the city of the "Endless Summer," but for many people the unofficial start of the summer season is Memorial Day Weekend. From concerts to outdoor movies, cultural festivals and much more, read on for events happening across L.A. from Friday, May 25 to Monday, May 28.

“Pope of Broadway” by Eloy Torrez

Latino Heritage in Los Angeles: Murals

09/02/2014

Ron Dollete

Murals are a city's urban canvas, expressing the history, concerns and aspirations of a community. Though they are susceptible to weather, vandalism and decay, murals are also freely visible and open for all to enjoy. For generations, Los Angeles has been renowned as one of the world’s great mural capitals. Latino artists and their culture are an integral part of the city’s mural heritage. You can travel between multicultural neighborhoods and view murals as if they’re on display in the wings of a vast, concrete museum. Here are ten exemplary pieces to discover throughout L.A.

"La Calavera Don Quijote" at the Fowler Museum

Latin American Masterpieces at Los Angeles Museums

08/25/2014

Wiebke Schuster

Los Angeles has a rich Latino heritage, and the city’s vibrant Latino communities continue to influence and make lasting contributions its culture. It comes as no surprise that L.A.’s world-famous museums are teeming with outstanding artworks by Latin American masters. Read on for a guide to selected masterpieces of Latin American art at Los Angeles museums.