First open to the public during the 1984 Olympics, the Museum occupies a 44,000 square foot facility including 3 exhibition galleries and a 14,000 square foot glass ceiling courtyard. Exhibits focus on the history, art, and culture of African Americans with an emphasis on California and the western United States.
Site-specific large-scale wall works
Explores the art of the Chinese Caribbean diaspora from the early 20th century to today
Lifecycles of care, use and shifting notions of home are mapped in the gallery space
New and recent works offer nuanced, abstract perspectives on the West Coast landscape
Observations of the landscapes of Los Angeles and Miami