This Week at LACMA: Live Jazz, Scandinavian Design, Korean Art, & More!

Summer may be over, but Friday Night Jazz continues this month at LACMA’s Smidt Welcome Plaza, just beyond artist Chris Burden’s legendary public art installation “Urban Light.” And jazz isn’t all happening at LACMA this week. Read on below for more exhibitions, screenings, and things to do at Los Angeles County Museum of Art.

Weekly Update | Nov 14–20

The Space Between, The First of Its Kind

The Space Between: The Modern in Korean Art is a groundbreaking show that is the first of its kind in the West. The exhibition covers the years 1897 to 1965, loosely organized chronologically, stylistically, and conceptually.

Visit LACMA any day or RSVP for a gallery tour on Tuesday, November 15, to see a generative period in Korean art between the traditional and the contemporary illuminated comprehensively for the first time.

Art Talks

Park Dae Sung in Korean Art History
Tue, Nov 15 | 7–8:30 pm | LACMA | FREE, RSVP required
Art & Conversation: Adbusters
Thu, Nov 17 | 12–1 pm | Online | FREE, RSVP required.

This event is presented in conjunction with the magazines on view in Objects of Desire: Photography and the Language of Advertising.


Migrant Sounds Film Series—Wild Honey and Post-Screening Conversation with Ava Porter and Farhad Akhmetov
Wed, Nov 16 | 5 pm | Online | FREE, RSVP suggested

In Wild Honey the seemingly disparate populations that today share a country hold a key, not only to their specific histories or to Russian history, but also to world history.

Art Classes

Friday Art Night—Cardboard Loom Weaving
Fri, Nov 18 | 68 pm | LACMA | $50, Members $45

Inspired by Lenore Tawney’s work Reflections Hanging on view in Scandinavian Design and the United States, 1890–1980, learn to weave using cardboard looms with artist Billie Rae Vinson.


Jazz at LACMA: Brent Canter
Fri, Nov 18 | 68 pm | LACMA | FREE

With his eclectic writing style and highly developed approach to the guitar, Los Angeles native Brent Canter comes to the modern jazz scene with a sense of purpose.


Scandinavian Design and the United States, 1890–1980 Exhibition Catalogue

This stunning catalogue examines design exchanges between the United States and Scandinavia over nearly a century and explores the fascinating reasons why Scandinavian design has continued to resonate with Americans.

$65 | Members $58.50

All photos courtesy of LACMA.

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