The Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) is the largest art museum in the western United States, located in the Miracle Mile area of Los Angeles. Boasting a vast and diverse collection, LACMA showcases over 130,000 works of art spanning thousands of years and representing various cultures and artistic movements.

The museum’s permanent collection includes masterpieces by renowned artists such as Claude Monet, Vincent van Gogh, and Diego Rivera, as well as an extensive collection of ancient artifacts, decorative arts, and contemporary works. LACMA also features special exhibitions and rotating installations, providing visitors with a dynamic and ever-changing experience.

One of the most iconic features of LACMA is the Urban Light installation, which consists of 202 restored cast-iron street lamps arranged in a grid. This outdoor artwork has become a beloved symbol of the museum and a popular spot for photography.

LACMA’s expansive campus includes the Ahmanson Building, the Hammer Building, the Broad Contemporary Art Museum (BCAM), and the Resnick Pavilion, each offering a unique art experience. The adjacent LACMA West features the popular film program and special exhibitions.

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