Do you think of Los Angeles as a museums capital? As I have shared in two previous articles (Los Angeles as a Museums Capital: Parts I and II), Los Angeles has much to offer in terms of museums and other cultural attractions. Over the past few months, I visited a few more of the fine cultural institutions this area has to offer, including: MOCA Pacific Design Center, Pacific Asia Museum, and Los Angeles River Center and Gardens. [Read more…] about Los Angeles as a Museums Capital: Part III
Do you love Los Angeles and its architecture? Are you crazy about hand-made drawings, three-dimensional models, ambitious plans, and visually stunning graphics? [Read more…] about Who Loves L.A. Architecture?
Have you ever considered Los Angeles to be a cultural capital? Or do you think that our city is still like the one portrayed in the movie L.A. Story (1991), which satirizes the city’s culture or lack thereof? [Read more…] about Los Angeles as a Museums Capital
As a planner, I have an interest in just about anything land-related, including any exhibit with the word “land” in its title. Wanting to learn more about “Land Art”, I recently visited Los Angeles’ Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) to view the Ends of the Earth: Land Art to 1974 exhibition. [Read more…] about Land Art: A Planner’s Perspective