Los Angeles, CA
Focused at the intersection of science and art, this exhibition explores themes of art and anatomy from the 16th century to today.
From spectacular life-size illustrations to delicate paper flaps that lift to reveal the body's interior, the structure of the body is represented through a range of media.
Artists not only helped create these images but were part of the market for them, as anatomy was a basic component of artistic training for centuries.
Credit: Exhibition overview from museum website
Image credit: Visio catoptri microcosmici tertia (Third vision from mirrors of the microcosm), Lucas Kilian after Johann Remmelin. From Johann Remmelin, Catoptrum microcosmicum (Augsburg, 1619). Getty Research Institute