Los Angeles County Museum of Art

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  • Los Angeles County Museum Of Art

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    Los Angeles is a beautiful city filled with many classy shops, modern houses and many diverse restaurants base from China, Korea, America as well as many other different countries. However, there is a museum that located right in the heart of Los Angeles where 6th street and Wilshire Boulevard parallel with each other. This is a very interesting place with many tourists and people visiting each day. The museum is a familiar attraction for many LA locals, and it is also the largest art museum in the

  • The Los Angeles County Museum Of Art

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    decided to take a trip to the Los Angeles County Museum. However, I was trapped with the challenging choice of choosing only one museum for my cultural visit. Since, there are so many prodigious and amazing museums to choose from to visit in the county. But, I have heard many great feedbacks about the Los Angeles County Museum of Art from fellow classes mates, friends and family. So, I finally, had my destination set to and planned a visit to the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. Upon my visit my attention

  • Los Angeles County Museum Of Art Analysis

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    The Los Angeles County Museum of Art is a very beautiful, calm, and peaceful museum. My first impression of this museum was that it was a very unique museum because of the paintings and structures. Any museum would have its attractions like the Getty has the train ride and maze garden the LACMA has the Urban lights that everyone from around the world comes to visit. The LACMA has a variety of age groups that come and visit from teenagers to older people. From what I saw most people were dressed casually

  • Museum Report At Los Angeles County Museum Of Art

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    Museum Report After visiting the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA), I felt as if this was an entire new experience for me, seeing that this was my first time to visit a museum. Before entering the museum, I decided to analyze the front entrance of the Ahmanson building. What I observed is that the inventor of the building kept it simple and precise, which there were red metal bars that supported the front entrance. And there was a glass door incorporated into the entrance as well, this glass

  • The Korean Art Exhibition At The Los Angeles County Museum Of Art

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    Confucianism and Buddhism have been most influential in ancient Korea prior to the onset of Japanese colonialism. The Korean Art Exhibition at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art showed multiple ritual objects such as incense burners and ritual bottles (kundika) used in Buddhist practices during the Koryŏ period, suggesting that the religion was prevalent during that time. The museum also displayed a wooden tablet (wonpae) used in the Chosŏn period for Buddhist rituals; however, the exhibit did not forget

  • LA County Museum of Art Essay example

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    LA County Museum of Art (LACMA) The Los Angeles County Museum of Art, or LACMA as it is commonly known, is among the world’s largest art collections in North America, and to be specific enough the most prevalent artwork in the western United States (Compton 165). This massive art museum has a collection of over 100,000 artworks, which extends from the ancient times to present days (Gilbert and Mills 174). These collections, which are mainly from Asia, Africa, Europe, Latin-America and America itself

  • The Madina Collection of Islamic Art at the LACMA Essay

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    of Islamic Art at the LACMA Introduction           The Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) announced recently that it had acquired “the remarkable Madina Collection of Islamic art. The collection contains works of various media dating from the late 7th through 19th centuries from the vast areas that comprise the Islamic world, from Southern Spain to Central Asia” (Los Angeles County Museum of Art, 2005). While the museum already had quite an extensive collection of Islamic art, this particular

  • The Chicano Movement By Frank Romero

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    Throughout history, art has helped in different mediums to bring awareness to different issues and constructive messages to society. The Chicano movement started in the 1960s; the public wanted to repair social injustice. The Chicano movement encompassed a broad section of issues; from restoration of lands, to farm workers’ rights, to enhance education, to voting and political rights. At this moment many individuals were trying different ways to express their views and one of those ways was art. In the early

  • Analysis Of The Film ' Figural '

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    Figural Portray: American Art in Nineteen Centaury The artwork is an aesthetic autonomous expression by someone on something. This means that artwork always has a life of its own that is very separate and different from other affairs of human beings. The artist making the art will always define the purposes and the functions of his/her arts. Sometimes it may be the public or the market of the arts that will define the functions of the arts. Expression by artists through artwork

  • Sweet William Critique

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    Saturday, January 17st, 2016, I visited the Los Angeles County Museum of Art in Los Angeles, California. In the museum, I observed many pictures, paintings and sculptures within the exhibit of the museum. What interested me was this sculpture called “Sweet William” by John Chamberlain. John Chamberlain is best known for junk art and assemblage artist. He was born in 1927 in Rochester, Indiana and died in 2011. He grew up in Chicago and he studied at the Art Institute of Chicago and Black Mountain College