Damascus Room, AD 1766–67/AH 1180, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, conservation of the room was organized in partnership with the King Abdulaziz Center for World Culture; additional conservation support was provided by the Friends of Heritage Preservation, photo © Museum Associates/LACMAtes/LACMA

This Week at LACMA

January 21, 2024

Dining with the Sultan is the first exhibition to present Islamic art in the context of its associated culinary traditions. It demonstrates how gustatory discernment was a fundamental activity at the great Islamic courts. Visit this week to explore and learn about the fine art of feasting. 

Now On View

Dining with the Sultan: The Fine Art of Feasting

Imagined Fronts: The Great War and Global Media 

Vincent Valdez and Ry Cooder: El Chavez Ravine

Painting in the River of Angels: Judy Baca and The Great Wall

The World Made Wondrous: The Dutch Collector’s Cabinet and the Politics of Possession

Woven Histories: Textiles and Modern Abstraction

Eternal Medium: Seeing the World in Stone

Matthew Barney: REPRESSIA (decline)

Modern Art

Artist Selects: Silke Otto-Knapp, The Living We Are Doing, Always Among Others

Yassi Mazandi: Language of the Birds

LACMA × Snapchat: Monumental Perspectives (Collection III)

Ai Weiwei: Circle of Animals/Zodiac Heads

Mark Bradford: 150 Portrait Tone

Robert Irwin: Miracle Mile

Barbara Kruger: Untitled (Shafted)

Richard Serra: Band

Chris Burden: Metropolis II

Museum Hours

Monday and Tuesday: 11 am–6 pm

Wednesday: Closed

Thursday: 11 am–6 pm

Friday: 11 am–8 pm

Saturday and Sunday: 10 am–7 pm


Mindful Monday: Cultivating Empathy and Connectedness @ Home
Mon, Jan 22 | 4 pm PT | Online

Boone Children's Gallery
Sat, Jan 27 | 11 am–5 pm | LACMA

Docent Tour of Imagined Fronts: The Great War and Global Media
Sat, Jan 27 | 7:30 pm | Renick Pavilion | LACMA members only

Andell Family Sundays—The Garage (In Person)
Sun, Jan 28 | 12:30–3:30 pm | LACMA

Fiber Maker's Circle
Sun, Jan 28 | 12:30–3:30 pm | LACMA

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