This week I thought I would share some pics I took while visiting the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, during our trip to California. First off, California Design, 1930-1965: "Living In A Modern Way" This is only a sliver of what I shot from this exhibition.
House Beautiful issue: March 1943 ...... too cool!
How about this Jeff Koons "Balloon Dog"
Then we came upon a massive stack of plates designed by Robert Therrien
John Baldessari’s iconic work, Wrong, lauded for its “improper” positioning of a man directly beneath a towering palm tree.
The museum itself has some great architectural aspects.
For me, sitting amongst all of these Herman Miller-Eames chairs in the LACMA courtyard was a source of eye candy while taking a small break. Is that weird?
Ya gotta love the street lights, designed by Chris Burden. Urban Light, 2008 Sculpture, (Two-hundred and two) restored cast iron antique street lamps
A bite at over at Ray's .... A Mediterranean-inspired menu.
..... And finally, a couple of drinks at the Stark Bar to finish off a brilliant day at the museum.