All Photos 17 hours ago
Join a fun, informal, and intimate concert featuring family-friendly classical music performed by the ABC+ Ensemble at the Vincent Price Art Museum, Sat. May 21 at 1 pm. More info on this free program:
This week, LACMA Members can take advantage of Member Shopping Days at the LACMA Store, with 20% off iconic, art-inspired pieces. Learn more about the benefits of Membership at and shop the LACMA Store at
Explore the art of abstraction and learn how artists incorporate natural elements into their work at Communities Create LA! Nature Abstracted, Thu. May 19, 4–5 pm, at AC Bilbrew Library and Compton Library. More info on this free drop-in workshop:
Happy #InternationalMuseumDay: celebrating the power of museums to illuminate, enrich, educate, and inspire. At LACMA, we are committed to showcasing a multitude of art histories, exhibiting and interpreting works of art from new and unexpected points of view. #IMD2022
This limited run of restored Taiwanese New Wave and Second New Wave films explodes with themes of longing, lust, adventure, and fantasy. More info on Dreaming Impossible Dreams: Taiwanese-Language Films from the 1960s, available to stream May 18–31:
Lucky little black cat stopping by for a playful hello this #FridayThe13th. 🐾 Elise Cavanna, "Untitled," ink on paper, no date, photo © Museum Associates / LACMA.z
🚨ECHOES and the public sale of the ECHOES NFT ends today! We are so fortunate to have worked with these amazing artists, collaborated with@LACMAA’s Art + Technology Lab, and are thankful to the collectors of the ECHOES#NFTT.1
Retweeted by LACMA
Jazz at LACMA is back with open seating and picnicking on the grounds! This week, hear the Sam Hirsh Trio, Fri. May 13, 6–8 pm. More info on this free program:
Read more about the history behind these artworks:…
“It would be kind of good,” Kruger recently said about the lasting relevance of her art, “if my work became archaic.”
It was in this context that Barbara Kruger created "Untitled (Your body is a battleground)," which was produced for the March for Women’s Lives in Washington, DC, in support of legal abortions, birth control, and women’s rights.
Almost three decades after Kienholz created The Illegal Operation, abortion had long been legalized in the United States, but in the late 1980s a new wave of anti-abortion laws had begun to undermine Roe v. Wade, leading to a resurgence of protests and demonstrations.
The gritty tableaux, which draws from the experience of Kienholz's then wife’s own “illegal operation,” depicts a makeshift operating room. There is no body in this scene, only a ripped sack of cement, its contents spilling onto a chair through an oozing gash.
Edward Kienholz’s "The Illegal Operation" was created in 1962, a decade before the 1973 decision which legalized abortion in the United States.
Two works currently on view at LACMA—one by Edward Kienholz, made before Roe v. Wade, the other by Barbara Kruger, made several decades after—both remain relevant as ever.
It has also emphasized the power of art to channel the outrage and anxiety in the ongoing battle over abortion and women’s right to choose.
Last week’s news of the U.S. Supreme Court’s draft opinion that threatens to overturn Roe v. Wade urged many of the country’s artists and activists to take to the streets in protest.
Get your game on ♟ We're hosting game night tonight and everyone's invited! Join in for the first ever LACMA Game Night with some art-inspired virtual bingo. Print your own bingo card and RSVP for this free event:
An art affirmation to start off your week 💭
This week, make art with the whole family art in the recently reopened Boone Children's Gallery, visit an exhibition of photography from LACMA's Permanent Collection in Northridge, and join us online for the first-ever LACMA Game Night. Game on:
Thanks mom for always being ready to fight for us. Wishing a happy and artful #MothersDay to all the moms and mother figures who stand between us and the scary, scary world. "Wolf and Whelp," Japan, 18th century.
If it was still #MayThe4th we'd be telling you that's no moon. But considering that it's #NationalSpaceDay we're obligated to let you know that yes, this is a moon. Take some time tonight to space out with this celestially-inspired collection highlight.
Update: the Resnick Pavilion is now open to the public. Learn more and reserve your museum tickets for today at
❗️ MUSEUM ALERT ❗️ The Resnick Pavilion will be closed today, May 6. Enjoy free admission to the rest of LACMA's galleries through 8 pm today. Learn more and get tickets at
This week at Jazz at LACMA, join us for a concert with the Louis Van Taylor Quintet, performing Fri. May 6, 6–8 pm. More info on this free program:
Read more about this incredible new acquisition:…
Now a part of LACMA's collection, this incredible gown will be featured in LACMA's upcoming major exhibition "Fashioning Fashion, 1900–2022."
Finished with over 12,000 hand-applied Swarovski jet and jet-hematite crystals, the embellished gown sparkled as it expanded, contracted, and swayed like silk when sensually animated by Von Teese at the grand finale of a 2013 technology symposium during New York Fashion Week.
The gown's design is inspired the golden ratio mathematical theory developed by the 13th-century Italian mathematician Fibonacci, which explains many recurring patterns in nature, and is believed to quantify ideal proportions of beauty.
New acquisition spotlight ✨ Michael Schmidt's “Articulated 3-D Digitally Printed Gown” is the world’s first articulated 3-D digitally printed gown, designed exclusively for his friend and muse Dita Von Teese, a burlesque star and model.
We are so excited to announce the acquisition of nine new artworks for LACMA's permanent collection. Get a sneak peek at the incredible range of new works, and stay tuned for a deep dive into these pieces:
This week, celebrate your love of art, fashion, film, and music! See "Lee Alexander McQueen: Mind, Mythos, Muse," enjoy Jazz at LACMA, sign up for a class, and more. ✨ Here's what's happening this week at LACMA:
Treat Mom to a whole year of art! Now through Mother's Day, gift memberships are currently 10% off, and 20% off for existing members. Learn more:
In this online creative writing workshop on Wed. May 4, 1 pm PT, you'll be inspired by works from the exhibition “City of Cinema: Paris 1850–1907.” No writing experience necessary, just a willing pen and a curious mind. More info:
Read more about the initiative and see these works in person soon!…
A collaboration between @forfreedoms, Art + Climate Action, and Art into Acres, A Cool Million aims to raise awareness, expand environmental justice programming, and support the conservation of one million of acres of biodiverse lands vital to California's hydrological system.
The works are presented as part of #ACoolMillionCampaign, a public arts initiative led by artists and arts institutions across California showcasing climate-themed artworks.
As we wrap up #EarthMonth, visitors will find a series of posters with vibrant, colorful paintings by contemporary American artist Katherine Bernhardt on display at LACMA.
Excite and refresh your artistic skills and discover strategies for creating your own work using acrylic paints in this Adult Art Class on Sun. May 1, 2–5 pm at LACMA. More info:
.@LACMA partnered with Snapchat and the Lens Creator Community on “Monumental Perspectives,” a new initiative that uses AR to explore monuments and murals, representation, and history that can also be experienced by anyone around the world, wherever they are. #SnapPartnerSummit
Retweeted by LACMA
Design a unique kite inspired by Kang Seung Lee's artwork for LACMA × Snapchat: Monumental Perspectives, Sat. Apr. 30, 10 am–12 pm, at Algin Sutton Recreation Center. More info on this free program:
Loving the light in this early evening collection highlight 🌄
Jazz at LACMA is back! Kick off this season with pianist ELEW featuring Georgia Anne Muldrow on Fri. Apr. 29, 6–8 pm. RSVP free:
As #ArtsMonth in LA County comes to a close, enjoy the countless ways art inspires, enriches, and delights. ✨ Explore new exhibitions and discover music, film, and art classes for the whole family. See what's happening week at LACMA:
In conjunction with the exhibition “City of Cinema: Paris 1850–1907,” FILM at LACMA presents a special online screening of “Dawson City: Frozen Time,” a meditation on cinema’s past, on Wed. Apr. 27, 7 pm PT. RSVP free:
Join a Poetry in Color session presented in response to “Barbara Kruger: Thinking of You. I Mean Me. I Mean You.” and themes of popular culture, advertising, and hierarchies of power, online on Mon. Apr. 25, 7 pm PT. RSVP free:
❗️MUSEUM ALERT❗️ LACMA galleries, outdoor spaces, and the Pritzker Garage will close at 4 pm on Saturday, April 23, for a private event. Normal museum hours will resume tomorrow, Sunday, April 24.
California appreciation post 🍃 #EarthDayy Images:
Discover your creativity with us! Visitors of all ages are invited to explore the art of brush painting at the Boone Children’s Gallery, Sat. Apr. 23, 12–4 pm. RSVP free:
Today on #EarthDay, For Freedoms joins Art + Climate Action and Art into Acres to launch #ACoolMillionCampaign, a public arts initiative for climate awareness led by artists & institutions to expand environmental justice and support the conservation of 1 million acres of land.
Retweeted by LACMA
Twiends™ uses the Twitter™ API, displays it's logo & trademarks, and is not endorsed or certified by them. These items remain the property of Twitter. We do not sell followers, we only provide display advertising. Bots & fake accounts are not permitted on twiends. © 2009
Grow Your Twitter Free
Want To Grow Your Twitter?
We help other people find and follow you on Twitter.
Key Info:
Started in 2009
Over 6 million signups
Country targeting provided
We never auto tweet to your timeline
We never auto follow others
We actively moderate our community
Please Share
Please upgrade your browser  chrome