We are all about memorable art experience, and Los Angeles is full of treasured art collections to enjoy for more than a life time. Get immersed in plenty of culture, from classic to contemporary art, from the thriving Los Angeles arts scene.
Here is Los Angeles Homes Top 6 Art Museums in Los Angeles.
LOS ANGELES COUNTY MUSEUM OF ART – LACMA
With the largest art museum in the western United States, LACMA includes over 120,000 objects dating from antiquity to the present, encompassing the geographic world and nearly the entire history of art.
The museum houses 10,000 show business treasures spanning over 100 years of Hollywood history – it’s one of the most extensive collections of Hollywood costumes, star cars, props, posters, photographs and memorabilia in the world.
The Getty Center is world-renowned for its collection of European and American art from medieval times to the present. Designed by the famous architect Richard Meier, is a must for any art or architecture fan, with Modern design, open spaces and spectacular views.
The Villa is modeled after a first-century Roman country house, the Villa dei Papiri in Herculaneum, Italy. Located in the Pacific Palisades, the Getty Villa houses a collection of Greek, Roman, and Etruscan antiquities.
NORTON SIMON MUSEUM OF ART
Industrialist Norton Simon amassed an extraordinary collection of European art and an amazing collection of South and Southeast Asian art. His permanent collection of 12,000 objects is internationally recognized.
MUSEUM OF CONTEMPORARY ART (MOCA)
You can experience works of abstract expressionism, minimalism, pop art, conceptual art, and postmodernism. MOCA has more two facilities, The Geffen Contemporary at MOCA in Little Tokyo, and MOCA Pacific Design Center in West Hollywood.
Located in Westwood Village the museum has a permanent collection that includes paintings by the European renaissance masters, but it is also renowned for its impressive contemporary art collection, and frequently presents emerging and under-recognized artists.
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