Museum Exhibits

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Step into the world of the Los Angeles area museum offerings!

The Skirball Cultural Center has a summer book group, focusing on “Immigration Literature”. You can check out the upcoming books that the group will be discussing, here.

The Pasadena Museum of California Art: June Wayne-Paintings, Prints and Tapestries is on exhibit through August 31, 2014.

The Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust is currently displaying “The Earth Sings a Sad Song: Europe 1919-1945“. It includes 28 pieces by Robert Taub.

The Getty Center is hosting an exhibit entitled From Van Gogh to Kandinsky Expressionism in Germany and France.

The Norton Simon Musuem will host a Ruth Asawa exhibit: The Printed Works of Ruth Asawa, beginning September 19, 2014. The museum’s current exhibition, Face it: The Photographic Portrait, is on display through August 11, 2014.

Speaking of exhibits, let’s not forget The California Science Center’s current exhibit: Pompeii: The Exhibition.

If you are going to be in the Los Angeles area during the time any of these exhibitions, why not try to check them out.


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6 responses to “Museum Exhibits

  1. Lots of great and interesting places! I think I’d like the summer book group.

    • Gabriella: I am considering joining the summer book group, but not sure I will, as my Torah Study group meets Wednesday, and it might be a stretch to get there after the group ends.

  2. Oh, love those stairs.

  3. Thanks for the lovely post about the Skirball Museum. I visit these places through your pictures. Because I live in SC it is pretty difficult to get there.

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