• Pop for the People: Roy Lichtenstein in L.A.

    October 7, 2016–March 12, 2017

    Renowned for his inventive interplay of line, dot, and color, Roy Lichtenstein (1923–1997) shaped a new form of fine art. Departing from the intellectual, nonfigurative style of Abstract Expressionism, Lichtenstein depicted everyday objects and drew inspiration from comic books, advertisements, and children’s books. By integrating such popular imagery into the realm of fine art, he invited viewers to recognize the world around them in his work.

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  • Detail of hanukkah lamp with Statue of Liberty candle holders

    Visions and Values

    Jewish Life from Antiquity to America

    Ongoing

    Featuring changing displays of works from the Skirball’s permanent collection of Judaica—one of the largest in the world—this historically illuminating exhibition chronicles the struggles and achievements of the Jewish people over a span of 4,000 years.

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  • Girl walking in front of the entrance to the ark

    Noah’s Ark

    Ongoing

    "Extraordinary … A celebration of play, inspiring fascination, reviving wonder."
    New York Times

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