• Provides students, researchers, designers, and the public with resources to examine the roles of historic fashion, accessories, textiles, jewelry, fragrance, and related ephemera in their relationship to society, history, art and technology.
    • The Hammer, located in West Los Angeles, examines the depth and diversity of artistic expression through the centuries with a special emphasis on art of our time.
    • The largest art museum in the western United States.
    • One of the most renowned permanent collections of contemporary art in the United States. MOCA has two locations in downtown Los Angeles.
    • The Norton Simon Museum holds a large collection of European art from the Renaissance to the 20th century, a collection of South and Southeast Asian art spanning 2,000 years and Modern and Contemporary Art from Europe and the United States.
    • This non-collecting museum is located on the westside of Los Angeles. Its exhibitions and programs reveal the vibrant, untold stories and pivotal moments in the history of contemporary art and culture.
    • The J. Paul Getty Museum is comprised of the Getty Center in Los Angeles and the Getty Villa in Malibu. Admission is free at both locations.
    • The Pasadena Museum of California Art (PMCA) is dedicated to the exhibition of California art, architecture, and design from 1850 to the present.
    • The Museum encourages all people to develop and increase their understanding and appreciation for modern and contemporary artwork via a variety of exhibitions, as well as educational programs, artist talks, lectures, and symposia.


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