Pierre Adolphe Hennetier, Adolphe Block (publisher), Les Diableries: Enfer (Hell), published 1860, collection of Dr. Brian May, photo courtesy collection of Dr. Brian May, digitized by Denis Pellerin

This Weekend at LACMA

July 13, 2018
Victor Guzman, Marketing Coordinator

Coming right at you this weekend is 3D: Double Vision, the first American exhibition to survey a full range of artworks, dating from 1838 to the present, that produce the illusion of three dimensions. Member Previews for the exhibition run through July 14 before it opens to the public on Sunday, July 15. Also, just recently on view is John Gerrard: Solar Reserve, a massive public LED wall installation that reflects on the history and future of global energy production and consumption. Read more about the work on Unframed.

If you need to give your eyes a break from all these wonderfully immersive new exhibits, treat your ears to some great music at Jazz at LACMA on Friday, July 13, at 6 pm and enjoy a performance by acclaimed Jazz trumpeter, composer, arranger, educator, author, two-time Grammy winner, and Director of The Count Basie Orchestra, Scotty Barnhart. On Saturday, Latin Sounds presents Echo Park Project playing a combination of original material and hot '70s cover tunes. Then on Sunday, July 15, indulge in the dynamic performances from iPalpiti Soloists as part of the Sundays Live series.

Looking for something to do with the entire family this weekend? Drop in anytime between 12:30 and 3:30 pm on Sunday, July 8 for Radiating Color, part of the month-long Andell Family Sundays series that features artist-led workshops and friendly gallery tours and activities centered around the vibrant exhibition Mark Grotjahn: 50 Kitchens.

Also, if you haven't had the extraordinary opportunity to see the exhibition City and Cosmos: The Arts of Teotihuacan, you're in luck! The show has been extended through September 3. Plan your trip to LACMA today!