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LACMA Reopens Outdoor Areas and Launches a New Outdoor Exhibit

A new installation work by Alex Prager will be on display for the first time
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The Man Who Blew Up LACMA: Inside Michael Govan’s Quixotic Crusade to Reimagine a Landmark

The LACMA director’s pricey renovation has bitterly divided the art world—and raised questions about his motives
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Billionaire Tom Gores Resigns from LACMA’s Board Amid Prison Telecom Controversy

His company's investment in Securus Technologies had become a point of contention for racial justice advocates
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Artists and Activists Are Calling for a Billionaire Businessman’s Ouster from LACMA’s Board

Two activist groups and more than 100 important figures from the art world have called for Tom Gores to step down based on his connections to the prison telecom industry
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Get Up Close and Personal with Tesla’s Idiosyncratic Cybertruck

Petersen Automotive Museum has extended its viewing of "the coolest car" Elon Musk has ever seen
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The Annenberg Space for Photography Won’t Reopen After the Pandemic

The city's one and only photography museum has decided to shutter permanently
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A Group Opposed to the LACMA Redesign Is Staging Its Own Design Competition

The unofficial ”LACMA Not LackMA” contest seeks alternatives to architect Peter Zumthor’s plans for the museum
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As Demolition Transforms LACMA, a Look Back at Its Glory Days

Once considered "dazzling" and "magnificent," the midcentury landmark is looking different these days

The Valley Relics Museum Was Expanding—Then COVID-19 Struck

The "little museum with a big mission" is among the indie institutions figuring out how to withstand temporary closure
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What’s Closed, Canceled, and Postponed Due to Coronavirus So Far?

From 'Hamilton' to hockey, our up-to-date list of what's been called off as the outbreak expands