Takenobu Igarashi, New Music Media (detail), 1974, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, gift of the artist, © Takenobu Igarashi

This Weekend at LACMA

May 10, 2019
Victor Guzman, Marketing Coordinator

Enjoy an art-filled weekend at LACMA with two new exhibitions opening this Sunday! Opening Sunday, May 12, with exclusive member previews through Saturday, Eleanor Antin: Time’s Arrow brings together Antin’s CARVING: A Traditional Sculpture (1972), CARVING: 45 Years Later (2017), a new self-portrait, and a related serial work from the 1970s, provoking reflection on discipline, vulnerability, and the passage of time. Also opening on Sunday, May 12, with an exclusive member preview on Saturday, May 11, is Between the Lines: Typography in LACMA’s CollectionDrawn entirely from acquisitions made since 2014 as part of LACMA’s Graphic Design Initiative, the more than 30 posters and publications in this exhibition represent a range of typographic approaches from the mid-20th century through the present, featuring the work of many influential international designers including Charles and Ray Eames, April Greiman, Corita Kent, Takenobu Igarashi, Paul Rand, Massimo Vignelli, and Wolfgang Weingart.

On Friday, May 10, at 6 pm, join us for Jazz at LACMA and enjoy a performance by finalist in the John Coltrane Competition Greg Reitan. Then on Saturday, May 11, at 10 am, attend The Seventh R.L. Shep Triennial Symposium on Textiles and Dress: The Power of Pattern in Central Asian Ikats, a one-day symposium exploring Central Asian ikat textiles, the evolution of pattern design within a cultural context, and its production from the 19th century through today. This symposium is held in conjunction with the exhibition Power of Pattern: Central Asian Ikats from the David and Elizabeth Reisbord Collection, on view in the Resnick Pavilion through August 11, 2019. At 7:30 pm, members get the opportunity to enjoy dublab's Close Quarters in Rauschenberg: The 1/4 Mile, a one-time-only Close Quarters performance with 14 roving musicians will perform a live cross-cultural sound experience mirroring the dynamics of Rauschenberg: The 1/4 Mile.

On Sunday, bring your friends and family to Andell Family Sundays—The Art of Charles White, where you can participate in artist-led workshops and create your own masterpieces inspired by the works in the exhibition Charles White: A Retrospective, on view through June 9. Then at 6 pm, enjoy a free musical performance at Sundays Live by the esteemed pianist John Bayless.

Lastly, join us this Sunday at Ray's and Stark Bar for a Mother’s Day brunch that the mother figures in your life will simply adore! Enjoy menu specials handcrafted by executive chef Fernando Darin (all washed down with a glass of champagne, of course!).