The installation will be up for an estimated two to three years depending on how the material weathers.
Seven emerging to mid-career artists from Southern California, as well as Long Beach, will be selling their work at the LBMA this weekend.
With his first institutional solo exhibition at the Long Beach Museum of Art, Farm Fresh, Narsiso Martinez hopes to draw attention to the workers he spent countless days laboring with and getting to know while paying for his college education.
One of Kelly’s last projects before he passed away in 2015 was not to practice his own art, but to offer an exploration of another artist’s work, that of Henri Matisse (b.1869, d.1954), one of Europe’s most influential modern painters.
Korean-American artist Young-Il Ahn’s meticulously patterned, abstract pieces reflect his life in California, while Ann Weber’s abstract sculptures use found cardboard to create biomorphic forms.
The nearly 100 drawings, paintings and pastels currently displayed at the Long Beach Museum of Art tell the strikingly beautiful story of an abstract artist uprooted, Rafael Soriano (1920-2015), who left his native home of Cuba in search of artistic freedom.
Over 130 pieces of contemporary artwork are now on display at the Long Beach Museum of Art as part of its Art Auction XVII, “one of the region’s most eagerly anticipated exhibition fundraisers,” of which the proceeds go toward free arts education for fifth graders.
Long Beach Unified School District (LBUSD) middle school students were invited by the Long Beach Museum of Art (LBMA) to submit works of art that focused on the restoration of the Los Angeles River.
For the first time, Ukranian-born artist Valentin Popov’s work will be shown in a Southern California museum. Ironic Icons: The Art of Valentin Popov will open at the Long Beach Museum of Art in January.