Installation photo of the exhibition Guillermo del Toro: At Home with Monsters at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (August 1, 2016–November 27, 2016)

This Weekend at LACMA

November 24, 2016
Myra Hassaram, Marketing Coordinator

LACMA is closed on Thursday for Thanksgiving, but open and filled with activity all holiday weekend! Jazz at LACMA’s 25th season comes to an end this Friday night. Enjoy the final jazz concert of the year with a jazz-inspired cocktail from Stark Bar and the smooth sounds of The Billy Mitchell Group. Gather around Urban Light and get into the holiday spirit.

Don’t miss your chance to see Picasso and His Printers and Guillermo del Toro: At Home with Monsters before they close on Sunday.

Picasso and His Printers celebrates the great achievements of Picasso’s collaborations with his master printers. Picasso’s radical approach to art has shifted through his career, largely due to his associations with the printers Roger Lacourière, Fernand Mourlot, and Hidalgo Arnéra. Discover Picasso’s commitment to using innovative techniques through unorthodox methods.

Guillermo del Toro: At Home with Monsters presents a multi-sensory experience in a revealing look at the acclaimed director’s many inspirations and obsessions. Praised for its “fantastic visual wonder” by Hyperallergic, the exhibition explores del Toro’s personal collection of curiosities, notebooks, and film artifacts along with selections from the LACMA collection. Get your tickets today!

While you’re here, see Los Angeles anew through intimate work by L.A.-based artists Toba Khedoori and John McLaughlin, iconic prints from the renowned local print workshop, Gemini G.E.L., and gifts from artists to LACMA in the multimedia exhibition, L.A. Exuberance.

Get ready to celebrate the season at the museum during LACMA’s special extended holiday hours. From Monday, December 26, through Sunday, January 8, LACMA will be open every day from 10 am to 8 pm—including Wednesdays!