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On VIEW NOW
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Los Angeles County Museum of Art
5905 Wilshire Boulevard, Los Angeles California 90036
Periodicals |VOLUME 52 ISSUE 8
august 2013 |Member calendar
CoNNECT
On VIEW NOW
Kitasono Katue: Surrealist Poet
August 3–December 1
LEARN MORE AT lacma.org
Talk of the Town: Portraits by
Edward Steichen from the
Hollander Collection
Down to Earth: Modern Artists
and the Land, Before Land Art
August 17–December 8
Through August 4
August 3–December 1
Stephen Prina:
As He Remembered It
Donald Judd
Through August 4
Between Art and Politics: Hans
Richter’s Germany
Through August 11
Through August 4
Ends and Exits: Contemporary Art
from the Collections of LACMA and
The Broad ART Foundation
Construction/Deconstruction:
Defining Architectural
Photography
Through August 18
Hans Richter: Encounters
Henri Matisse: La Gerbe
Through September 2
Through September 8
The Ancient Maya World:
Masterworks from
the Permanent Collection
Compass for Surveyors:
Nineteenth-Century American
Landscapes
Through October 30
Through December 31
art+film lab
COMING SOON
The Presence of the Past: Peter
Zumthor Reconsiders LACMA
Through September 15
Shaping Power: Luba
Masterworks from the Royal
Museum for Central Africa
More info: lacma.org/artfilmlab
September 22, 2013–February 2, 2014
Member Previews: September 19–21
James Turrell: A Retrospective
Through April 6, 2014
Visit
hours
Contact
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday: 11 am–5 pm
Wednesday: Closed
Friday: 11 am–11 pm Summer Hours
Saturday and Sunday: 10 am–7 pm
General info: 323 857-6000
Tickets: 323 857-6010
TTY: 323 857-0098
Membership: 323 857-6151
[email protected]
restaurants
under the mexican Sky:
gabriel figueroa, Art, and film
Through September 29
Through January 5, 2014
Ray’s: 11:30 am–3 pm; 5–10 pm
Reservations: 323 857-6180
Stark Bar: 11 am–11 pm
C+M: Opens at 10 am
LACMA Café: Open during museum hours
San Bernardino: Through August 25
Pinaree Sanpitak: Hanging by a
Thread
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SHOPPING
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Art Catalogues: 323 857-6587
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Mobile: Download the LACMA app
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august 2013
MONDAY
11 am–5 pm
tuesday
11 am–5 pm | Closed Wed
Exhibitions
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Talks & COURSES
Thursday
11 am–5 pm
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lacma.org
FRIDAY
11 am–11 pm
02
Hans Richter: Encounters
2 pm | Resnick Pavilion
free TOURS
FILM
MUSIC
KIDS & FAMILIES
EVENTS
saturday
SUNDAY
03
04
10 am–7 pm
Opening: Kitasono Katue:
Surrealist Poet
10 am–7 pm
closing: Donald Judd
Ends and Exits:
Contemporary Art from
the Collections of
LACMA and The Broad
Art Foundation
Talk of the Town:
Portaits by Edward
Steichen
Jazz at LACMA: Bob Sheppard
6 pm | BP Grand Entrance | FREE
Peter Zumthor Reconsiders
LACMA
12 pm | Resnick Pavilion
Stephen Prina:
As He Remembered It
Matisse: La Gerbe
1:30 pm | L.A. Times Central Court
Hans Richter: Encounters
12 pm | Resnick Pavilion
Highlights of the Museum
3 pm | L.A. Times Central Court
Andell Family Sundays
12:30 pm | Hancock Park | FREE
Latin Sounds: Hansen Latin Band
5 pm | Hancock Park | FREE
Highlights of the Museum
2 pm | L.A. Times Central Court
Luba Masterworks from the Royal
Museum for Central Africa
2:30 pm | L.A. Times Central Court
Sundays Live: Oboist Kimaree
Gilad and Friends
6 pm | Bing Theater | FREE
05
06
Peter Zumthor Reconsiders
LACMA
2 pm | Resnick Pavilion
08
Gallery Discussion:
The Art of Looking—Renaissance
and Baroque Art
12:30 pm | BP Grand Entrance
FREE with general admission
Life in the Royal Maya Court
1 pm | L.A. Times Central Court
09
Hans Richter: Encounters
2 pm | Resnick Pavilion
Jazz at LACMA:
Bobby Bradford Mo’Tet
6 pm | BP Grand Entrance | FREE
10
Peter Zumthor Reconsiders
LACMA
12 pm | Resnick Pavilion
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closing: Between Art and
Politics: Hans Richter’s
Germany
Matisse: La Gerbe
1:30 pm | L.A. Times Central Court
Hans Richter: Encounters
12 pm | Resnick Pavilion
Highlights of the Museum
2 pm | L.A. Times Central Court
Andell Family Sundays
12:30 pm | Hancock Park | FREE
Latin Sounds: Chuchito Valdés
Afro-Cuban Ensemble
5 pm | Hancock Park | FREE
Luba Masterworks from the Royal
Museum for Central Africa
2:30 pm | L.A. Times Central Court
Highlights of the Museum
3 pm | L.A. Times Central Court
Sundays Live: The Encore
Saxophone Quartet
6 pm | Bing Theater | FREE
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13
Highlights of the Museum
12 pm | L.A. Times Central Court
15
16
Hans Richter: Encounters
2 pm | Resnick Pavilion
Peter Zumthor Reconsiders
LACMA
2 pm | Resnick Pavilion
Jazz at LACMA: Luther Hughes &
Canonball/Coltrane Project
6 pm | BP Grand Entrance | FREE
17
OPENING: Down to Earth: Modern
Artists and the Land,
Before Land Art
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closing: Construction/
Deconstruction:
Defining Architectural
Photography
Peter Zumthor Reconsiders
LACMA
12 pm | Resnick Pavilion
Hans Richter: Encounters
12 pm | Resnick Pavilion
Matisse: La Gerbe
1:30 pm | L.A. Times Central Court
Andell Family Sundays
12:30 pm | Hancock Park | FREE
Highlights of the Museum
3 pm | L.A. Times Central Court
Highlights of the Museum
2 pm | L.A. Times Central Court
Latin Sounds: Dori Caymmi
5 pm | Hancock Park | FREE
Luba Masterworks from the Royal
Museum for Central Africa
2:30 pm | L.A. Times Central Court
Sundays Live: Theodore Norman
Legacy Concert: Ensemble Fret
and UCLA Guitarists
6 pm | Bing Theater | FREE
SUMMER
HOURS
20
Peter Zumthor Reconsiders
LACMA
2 pm | Resnick Pavilion
22
Life in the Royal Maya Court
1 pm | L.A. Times Central Court
27
Peter Zumthor Reconsiders
LACMA
2 pm | Resnick Pavilion
28
Hans Richter: Encounters
2 pm | Resnick Pavilion
Jazz at LACMA: Cross Hart Jazz
Experience
6 pm | BP Grand Entrance | FREE
Throughout August, BCAM
and Resnick Pavilion
—including James Turrell:
A Retrospective, Peter
Zumthor Reconsiders
LACMA, Hans Richter:
Encounters, and more—will
be open until 11 pm every
Friday night!
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29
30
Hans Richter: Encounters
2 pm | Resnick Pavilion
Jazz at LACMA: Denise Donatelli
6 pm | BP Grand Entrance | FREE
Japanese Kites: A Vanishing Art
7 pm | Brown Auditorium
Collector David M. Kahn speaks
about this unique genre of Mingei.
FREE, tickets required—available at
Ticket Office one hour prior to event
One of our favorite new benefits for
members at the Friend level or above is the
ability to return as often as you like to select
specially ticketed exhibitions. See exhibitions
such as James Turrell, or the upcoming Calder and Abstraction: From Avant-Garde
to Iconic more than once at no extra cost!
For more information about all the new
benefits, visit lacma.org/members.
image Credits
REVERSE: Kitasono Katue, VOU Magazine, number
113 (detail), November 1968, collection of John Solt
Edward Steichen, Mrs. Paul Abbott (detail), Vanity
Fair, February , 1924, reproduced with permission of
Joanna T. Steichen, gift of Richard and Jackie Hollander
Lee Mullican, Untitled (detail), 1946, purchased with
funds provided by Alice and Nahum Lainer through
the 2004 Drawings Group
Jack Goldstein, Untitled (detail), 1988, The Broad Art
Foundation, Santa Monica, © Jack Goldstein Estate
Installation view, Donald Judd (detail), LACMA, 2013
Stephen Prina, As He Remembered It (detail), 2011,
installation view, Secession Vienna, 2011, © 2013
Stephen Prina, courtesy Galerie Gisela Capitain,
Cologne, and Petzel Gallery, New York, photo by
Wolfgang Thaler, Vienna, Austria
Albert Bloch, Knabe mit Apfelsine (Boy with Orange)
(detail), purchased with funds provided by Cecile
Bartman
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Highlights of the Museum
2 pm | L.A. Times Central Court
Andell Family Sundays
12:30 pm | Hancock Park | FREE
Latin Sounds: Justo Almario
Afro-Colombian Ensemble
5 pm | Hancock Park | FREE
Luba Masterworks from the Royal
Museum for Central Africa
2:30 pm | L.A. Times Central Court
Muse ’til Midnight
8 pm | BP Grand Entrance
Tickets and info: lacma.org/muse
Highlights of the Museum
3 pm | L.A. Times Central Court
Attributed to Hans Richter, Rhythmische Studie
(Rhythmical Study) (detail), 1920s, private collection
James Turrell, Afrum (White), 1966, Cross Corner
Projection, LACMA, partial gift of Marc and Andrea
Glimcher in honor of the appointment of Michael
Govan as Chief Executive Officer and Wallis
Annenberg Director and purchased with funds provided
by David Bohnett and Tom Gregory through the 2008
Collectors Committee, © James Turrell
Vessel with Snake-Lady Scene (detail), Mexico or
Guatemala, Southern Campeche or Northern Petén
region, Maya, AD 600–800, anonymous gift
Thomas Hill, Emerald Bay, Lake Tahoe (detail), 1864,
William Randolph Hearst Collection
Sundays Live: Los Angeles
Symphonic Winds
6 pm | Bing Theater | FREE
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Peter Zumthor Reconsiders
LACMA
12 pm | Resnick Pavilion
Matisse: La Gerbe
1:30 pm | L.A. Times Central Court
LACMA offers free 15–50 minute gallery
and exhibition tours every day at 1, 1:30,
2, and 3 pm. Drop in to learn more about
works in our vast collection, from ancient
to contemporary times.
Male Mask, Democratic Republic of the Congo,
Luba Peoples, 19th century, Royal Museum for Central
Africa
Pinaree Sanpitak, Hanging by a Thread (detail),
courtesy of the artist and Tyler Rollins Fine Art, New
York, installation view, LACMA, 2013, © Pinaree
Sanpitak
Perris Hill Park,
San Bernardino
Hans Richter: Encounters
12 pm | Resnick Pavilion
Free Daily Tours
and Talks
Manuel Carrillo, 5022, the Marjorie and Leonard
Vernon Collection, gift of the Annenberg Foundation,
acquired from Carol Vernon and Robert Turbin
Demolition of LACMA plaza for the construction of the
Anderson Building, 1984, © Tim Street-Porter
CLOSING: LACMA9 Art+Film Lab
Matisse: La Gerbe
1:30 pm | L.A. Times Central Court
LACMA9 Art + Film Lab, 2013, © Jorge Pardo
Sculpture, photo by Duncan Cheng
Ángel Corona (attributed), Macario, 1959, still of
Ángel Lucero as Death and Ignacio López Tarso as
Macario, Cacahuamilpa, Gerrero, Mexico, © Televisa
Foundation
This page, top: Pinaree Sanpitak, Hanging by a
Thread (detail), courtesy of the artist and Tyler Rollins
Fine Art, New York, installation view, LACMA, 2013,
© Pinaree Sanpitak
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Make art inspired by LACMA’s collection!
Enroll now in a watercolor class for adults,
3-D art for families, mixed-media painting and
drawing for teens, and more! Visit lacma.org
for a complete list of offerings.
Family Art Every Day
Drop by the free Boone Children’s Gallery
every day to make art together as a family.
On Mondays and Fridays at 2 pm, join gallery
staff for Story Time in the adjacent Korean
art galleries.
For more information, please call the Office
of Planned Giving at 323 857-6207 or visit
lacma.org/plannedgiving.
Henri Matisse, La Gerbe (The Sheaf), 1953, gift of
Frances L. Brody, in honor of the museum’s twenty-fifth
anniversary, © 2012 Succession H. Matisse / Artists
Rights Society (ARS), New York, NY
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Latin Sounds: Johnny Polanco
5 pm | Hancock Park | FREE
support lacma
Unlimited entry to select specially
ticketed exhibitions
Peter Zumthor Reconsiders
LACMA
12 pm | Resnick Pavilion
Highlights of the Museum
3 pm | L.A. Times Central Court
Galleries CLOSed
New Benefits
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Bottom: Kitasono Katue, Tsukue Journal, vol. 8,
no. 2 (February 1957), collection of John Solt,
© Hashimoto Sumiko. Used with permission.
PRODUCTION
Vol. 52, no. 8, Connect (ISSN 1551-0654) is published monthly
by the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, 5905 Wilshire Blvd.,
Los Angeles, CA 90036.
Periodicals postage paid at Los Angeles, CA.
LACMA is accredited by the American Alliance of Museums.
© 2013 Museum Associates dba Los Angeles County Museum
of Art. All rights reserved. Unless otherwise noted all photographs
© 2013 Museum Associates/LACMA.
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Department, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, 5905 Wilshire
Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90036.
Editor: Scott Tennent
Graphic designer: Laura Bernstein, LACMA Graphic Design
Printer: COP communications
Printing: 60lb Smooth Opaque Offset on a Hantscho press
Questions or comments about Connect?
Please email Scott Tennent at [email protected]

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