The exhibition of artistic creation at Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) is a hot locale for Californian Design between the periods of 1930–1965. This time around, the exhibition is truly impressive and has the title ‘Living in a Modern Way’. The exhibition is a study of our individual preferences developed into modern living in present conditions. The exhibition will continue for viewing till 3rd June 2012.The Eames House’s living room has been renovated for the purpose.
The collection of midcentury design includes approximately three hundred items such as decorative furniture, graphic designs, industrial designs, textiles, fashion, ceramics and metal work. The exhibition is an open window for the state’s role in shaping economic, artistic and social history of midcentury. The collection of exhibition increases awareness of midcentury art and culture of California for the audience. The works delivered in special exhibit exemplify the command over the skill and art achieved by the artists. There is rich diversity in styles, themes, and materials regarding art.
Pacific Standard Time has partnership with several cultural institutions of the region, which come forward to narrate the detailed account of birth of art scene in Los Angeles. County Museum of Art has organized the exhibition and The Getty Foundation has funded through grants. Except Wednesdays and Christmas LACMA will be opened every day in working hours. It is located in between Santa Monica and downtown in central Los Angeles. Entry fee is $10. Plaza Café, Ray’s restaurant and Stark Bar, are opened at LACMA. Visitors can access free Wi-Fi in LACMA campus.