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PHOTOGRAPH: COURTESY THE MUSEUM OF MODERN ART/LICENSED BY SCALA/ART RESOURCE; NY


TO DO


The best art exhibits this season JULY


“Eyewitness Views: Making History in Eighteenth-


Century Europe” These 18th-century works recorded memorable moments, including the Venetian carnival and the eruption of Mt. Vesuvius. à The Getty Center, 1200 Getty Center Dr (310-440-7300, getty.edu). Through July 30.


“Marisa Merz: The Sky Is


a Great Space” The works of the Italian painter and sculptor reveal her multiple talents and understudied influence on the avant-garde movement Arte Povera. à Hammer Museum, 10899 Wilshire Blvd (310-443-7000, hammer.ucla.edu). Through Aug 20.


Paul McCarthy + Takesada Matsutani +


Monika Sosnowska Hauser & Wirth rolls out a trio of exhibitions this summer: black walnut sculptures from confrontational figure McCarthy, steel and concrete structures from Sosnowska and a mixed- media retrospective of Japanese postwar artist Matsutani. à Hauser & Wirth Los Angeles, 901 E 3rd St (213-943-1620, hauserwirthlosangeles.com). July 1–Sept 17.


AUGUST


“Anna Maria Maiolino” MOCA mounts the first


major retrospective of the


“Hollywood in Havana: Five Decades of Cuban Posters Promoting


Italian-Brazilian artist, with experimental prints and a large- scale installation of unfired, hand-rolled clay. à MOCA, 250 S Grand Ave (213-626-6222, moca.org). Aug 4–Nov 27.


U.S. Films” With scant resources but revolutionary ideals, Cuban poster artists produced a half- century of bold graphics for films that snuck across the


embargo, including Singin’ in the Rain and The Silence of the Lambs. à Pasadena Museum of California Art, 490 E Union St, Pasadena (626-568-3665, pmcaonline.org). Aug 20–Jan 7.


“Sarah Charlesworth:


Doubleworld” Ten series of photos from the Pictures Generation artist offer commentary on the mass-media through precise, colorful collages. à LACMA, 5905 Wilshire Blvd (323-857- 6000, lacma.org). Aug 20–Nov 26.


SEPTEMBER


“How to Read El Pato Pascual: Disney’s Latin America and Latin


America’s Disney” Discover how artists responded to and appropriated Disney iconography following Walt Disney’s The Three Caballeros– producing trip to the region. à MAK Center for Art and Architecture at the Schindler House, 835 N Kings Rd, West Hollywood (323-651-1510, makcenter.org). Sept 9–Jan 14.


“Cuba Is” More than 100 photos fill this


Century City museum to tell the tale of the island nation from before the revolution to its contemporary coming out. à Annenberg Space for Photography, 2000 Ave of the Stars (213-403-3000, annenbergphotospace.org). Sept 9–Feb 25.


“Radical Women: Latin


American Art, 1960–1985” Feminist and radical artists from Latin America and the U.S. get their due with this survey of more than 100 artists from 15 countries who’ve received little attention in both academia and pop culture. à Hammer Museum, 10899 Wilshire Blvd (310-443-7000, hammer.ucla.edu). Sept 15–Dec 31.


“Golden Kingdoms: Luxury and Legacy in the


Ancient Americas” This study of antiquities traces the use of gold and rare materials back to pre-Columbian times, when spiritual designs were more than mere status symbols. à Getty Center, 1200 Getty Center Dr (310- 440-7300, getty.edu). Sept 16–Jan 28.


“La Raza” Short-lived bilingual newspaper


La Raza was a defining force in the Chicano rights movement. The Autry combs through 25,000 images to showcase the paper’s most powerful photos. à The Autry in Griffith Park, 4700 Western Heritage Way (323-667-2000, theautry.org). Opens Sept 16.


“Visual Voyages” Images of earthly paradise are put


to paper in this collection of rare books, manuscripts and scientific drawings that depicts images of Latin American nature. à The Huntington Library, Art Collections and Botanical Gardens, 1151 Oxford Road, San Marino (626-405-2100, huntington.org). Sept 16–Jan 8.


“Chagall: Fantasies for the Stage”


Explore the whimsical modernist’s vibrant costumes and set designs from four ballets and operas and a selection of paintings depicting musicians and lyrical scenes. à LACMA, 5905 Wilshire Blvd (323-857-6000, lacma.org). July 31–Jan 7.


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“Found in Translation: Design in California and


Mexico, 1915–1985” Learn about movements toward and against modernism on both sides of the border with an examination of luminaries like Richard Neutra, Luis Barragán, Clara Porset and the Eameses. à LACMA, 5905 Wilshire Blvd (323-857- 6000, lacma.org). Sept 17–Apr 1.


July 12–October 10, 2017 Time Out Los Angeles


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