Planning for another week in Los Angeles? Get out and about around town! If you're curious about where design-inclined folks are gathering around Greater L.A., Bustler has compiled a snappy list of events that are worth checking out. Check back regularly to stay up to date.
This week's LA recommendations start off with a Hitoshi Abe lecture at the UCLA A.UD and a new survey on artist Peter Shire's design work at the MOCA Pacific Design Center. The Getty Center's upcoming exhibition “Berlin / Los Angeles: Space for Music” spotlights Frank Gehry's Walt Disney Concert Hall and Hans Scharoun's Berlin Philharmonic, while The Broad will debut its four-month “Oracle” installation — which visualizes the effects of globalization in contemporary society.
Start off this week with a lecture from architect Hitoshi Abe, as part of UCLA A.UD's Spring '17 lecture series. Don't miss out!
The MOCA Pacific Design Center is exhibiting a survey of prominent Los Angeles-based artist Peter Shire’s design work from the 1970s to the present, consisting of ceramics, furniture, and a small selection of works on paper.
“In celebration of the 50th anniversary of the sister-city partnership between Berlin and Los Angeles, this Getty Center exhibition explores two iconic buildings: the Berlin Philharmonic (1963) designed by Hans Scharoun, and the Walt Disney Concert Hall (2003) in Los Angeles, designed by Frank Gehry. It demonstrates how both buildings were pivotal in fostering a strong resonance between architecture and the city.”
The Broad Museum presents “an interpretation of the elusive globalizing forces at work in contemporary society in Oracle, a free collection installation this spring that will fill the museum's first-floor galleries with more than 30 works from the Broad collection. Opening April 29, 2017, the four-month installation will feature works by over 20 artists.”
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