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2016 / LACMA Special Event: Stealing The Moon at Pavilion for Japanese Art, Nov. 15

Forwarded for Los Angeles County Museum of Art Special: Stealing The Moon by David Horvitz + Xiu Xiu 7:30 pm | Tue, November 15, 2016 Pavilion for Japanese Art A NonSalon by Paloma Powers. Artist David Horvitz and the acclaimed experimental group Xiu Xiu present a special performance inspired by the exhibition Japanese Painting:...
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2016 / LACMA raises more than $3.6 million at sixth annual Art + Film gala

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LACMA’s Sixth Annual Art+Film Gala Honors Robert Irwin and Kathryn Bigelow and Raises More than $3.6 Million Leonardo DiCaprio and Eva Chow Co-chaired the Evening Attended by More than 550 Prominent Guests on Saturday, October 29, 2016 + Presented by Gucci, ART + FILM (Los Angeles, October 30, 2016) — The Los Angeles County...
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2016 / Los Angeles County Museum of Art “Paths through Modernity” May 21 – Sept. 25

Los Angeles County Museum of Art Japanese Prints and Photographs: Paths through Modernity May 21–September 25, 2016 Pavilion for Japanese Art, Juda Galley Prints and photographs share a basic quality: each form involves transferring an image to paper, whether through the impression of an inked plate or the projection of light through film. Japanese...
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2016 / Los Angeles County Museum of Art “Reigning Men: Fashion in Menswear, 1715 – 2015” Apr. 10 – Aug. 21

Los Angeles County Museum of Art Reigning Men: Fashion in Menswear, 1715 – 2015 April 10 – August 21, 2016 Broad Contemporary Art Museum, Level 2 This is a specially ticketed exhibition. Reigning Men: Fashion in Menswear, 1715–2015 explores the history of men’s fashionable dress from the eighteenth century to the present and re-examines the...
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Data: Stephen Little, Head of Chinese and Korean art at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art

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(As of August 3, 2016. Source: LACMA Press Release) Stephen Little, Florence & Harry Sloan Curator and Department Head, Chinese Art, Los Angeles County Museum of Art Stephen Little is the department head of Chinese and Korean art at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. Since coming to LACMA in 2011, he has...
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2016 / LACMA / Japanese Paintings: Figures from Life, Figures from Allegory, Dec. 12, 2015 – May 29

  Los Angeles County Museum of Art Japanese Paintings: Figures from Life, Figures from Allegory Pavilion for Japanese Art, East Wing Dec. 12, 2015–May 29, 2016 This exhibition, featuring 24 figurative works of art, explores feminine beauty in the ukiyo-e (pictures of the floating world) manner, inspired by fashion trends popular in the entertainment...
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2016 / LACMA Living for the Moment: Japanese Prints from the Barbara S. Bowman Collection, Oct. 11, 2015 – May 1

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Los Angeles County Museum of Art Living for the Moment: Japanese Prints from the Barbara S. Bowman Collection October 11, 2015–May 1, 2016 Pavilion for Japanese Art, Level 3, and Ahmanson Building, Level 2 + The Los Angeles County Museum of Art presents Living for the Moment: Japanese Prints from the Barbara S. Bowman...
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2016 / Screens, Scrolls, and Prints: Japanese Art from LACMA’s Collection, 2015 Oct. 18 – 2016 Mar. 20

School of Hishikawa Moronobu (early –mid – 18th century) “Pleasuring on the Sumida River” (late 17th – 18th century) 6 – panel screen, ink, color, and gold on paper (Collection of LACMA. Acquired in 1965) Hishikawa Moronobu was the founder of the ukiyo-e genre of painting and woodblock printing, which featured images of the...
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2015 / LACMA lecture to focus on Utagawa Kunisada, print designer of Ukiyoe, Dec. 6

Los Angeles County Museum of Art The 28th Annual Michele and Peter Berton Memorial Lecture on Japanese Art Sunday, December 6, 3:30 pm LACMA, Brown Auditorium Free and open to the public, no reservations required Andreas Marks, Head of the Japanese and Korean Art Department and Director of the Clark Center at the Minneapolis...
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