Celebrate #NationalFriendshipDay with your bestie at the museum! Every first Sunday of the month, we offer free general admission. teamLab: Continuity tickets are sold out, but you can still explore our galleries and contemporary exhibitions.
Get tickets: http://go.asianart.org/Visit
Congratulations again to MR. WASH (@fultonleroywas1) for winning the Mohn Public Recognition Award! See his paintings on display at the Hammer and @thehuntingtonlibrary before #MadeInLA2020 closes tomorrow. http://bit.ly/MiLA2020
Enjoy the #MetAnywhere with audio guide content for thousands of artworks in the galleries. Browse more than 3,000 recordings, including material for kids and families. 🎧
Artist Gregg Deal recently completed a new mural at the Native American Bank on Broadway in Denver titled “Sacred Keepers,” featuring Felicia Alvarez, Facilities Supervisor at the Denver Art Museum!
Artwork: Gregg Deal, “Sacred Keepers,” 2021. Photo by Heather Nielsen.
We take you behind-the-scenes to get a special look at a work by #JeanDubuffet that is currently in art storage. Today would be the artist's birthday.
Dubuffet looked at life in a unique way and his art reflected creativity outside of the conventions of his time.
➡️ Swipe to see Diego Rivera painting his mural "Pan American Unity" in 1940.
In 1940, Rivera traveled to San Francisco to participate in the World's Fair. Fairgoers were invited to watch artists create works in a Pan Am Clipper airplane hangar converted into a working studio.
"Alone, together": a phrase we've all known too well over the last year.
NOW ON VIEW—Explore the twin themes of solitude and togetherness in Chinese art over more than 2,000 years in "Companions in Solitude: Reclusion and Communion in Chinese Art."
"Rolston zooms in on the Pageant volunteers who create those 'living pictures.' Stripped from their context, Rolston’s portraits are at once haunting and moving." @AirMailWeekly previews "Art People" at LAM: https://airmail.news/arts-intel/events/matthew-rolston-art-people-the-pageant-portraits-4640 #LagunaArtMuseum #LagunaBeach #MatthewRolston
The answer is more complicated than you think.
Stand face to face with the renowned Spanish dancer Carmencita, as painted by John Singer Sargent. Learn more about her when you visit “Americans in Spain,” and don’t miss your opportunity to see this work on loan from the @MuseeOrsay, in Paris. http://mam.org/visit
We are proud to support the LGBTQIA+ community and had a great time Reno pride last weekend. 🌈 ✨ Thank you to everyone who stopped by and participated in the games and crafts at the Museum booth!
Are you a Colorado artist, performer, or creative interested in a $500 grant to make a human-powered parade float for our upcoming Parade for the People? Cool. Applications due TONIGHT! Apply before it's too late: http://ow.ly/25Mi30rPvA5
It’s final call to enjoy the fresh radiance of “Perpetual Bloom: Botanicals in the 18th-Century Interior.”
“Perpetual Bloom” closes today at Rienzi. Get advance tickets 👉 https://bit.ly/31Wrn4o
“When was the #FristArtMuseum built? Who was the architect? Can you tell me about the floors in the galleries?”
Enjoy a guided tour of our landmark #artdeco building today at 4:30 p.m. to learn more about our beautiful, historic building #fristbuilding
The visionary Postminimalist artist Keith Sonnier was born #onthisday in 1941. Pictured is Ba-O-Ba, Number 3 (1969), a glass and neon sculpture in the Whitney's collection.
As the Olympic games continue, take a moment to observe another game from history depicted through art! 🎨 Find out about this cylindrical vessel with a Maya ball game scene from 682–701 CE in our newest edition of Break for Art.
"Come, Heavy Sleep"—have you ever heard a better weekend anthem?
Born July 31, 1897, Ignacio Fleta was one of the most important Spanish classical guitar builders of the 20th century.
This guitar, built by Fleta in 1953, is played here by Mattias Schulstad (@mattias_guitar).
#ICYMI: Underexposed: Women Photographers from the Collection closes tomorrow, August 1! Get tickets now: https://buff.ly/320dMZO
In 2001, we opened the doors of our historic building to our community.
We are celebrating our 20th birthday all year long and invite you to reminisce virtually with us by looking back on a selection of important exhibitions from each year: https://fristartmuseum.org/frist-celebrates-20th-anniversary/
Borrowing traditional needlework techniques, #HaegueYang’s kneeler cushions honour the collective skills & labour of the Cornish coastal community, inspired by a trip to St Ives. 🌊 See them on display in the artist's major exhibition @Tate_StIves: https://bit.ly/372y7Ao
Saturdays are for collage! 🍇🔷🍊
Indian artist Benode Behari Mukherjee created 'Lady with Fruit' in 1957, the same year he lost his sight. From aged 53 Mukherjee used simple shapes to compose abstract collages from memory. https://bit.ly/3ycSoPs
This weekend #LA is aflutter with contemporary art happenings. If you are heading downtown, don’t miss the @UCLA_CSRC's exhibition “Immersive Distancing: Carmen Argote and Zeynep Abes”—curated by Chon Noriega—at the LA Art Show through Aug 1.
Can you decode the motifs found in Jenifer K Wofford's mural "Pattern Recognition"? 🧐
Want to know more? Stop by for Free First Sunday on Aug. 1 to visit this colorful mural on Hyde Street and find all the hidden patterns!
Reserve your tickets: http://go.asianart.org/Visit
“Museums, after all, are theatrical spaces for historical narratives and their ongoing revisions” —@latimes on #MadeinLA2020
Don't miss contemporary artworks installed beside works in our collections closing August 1 #atTheH: https://bit.ly/3BSQ5DJ