Originally opened in 1990 to house Dr. Armand Hammer's collection of old master paintings and drawings, the Museum expanded to include thematic contemporary exhibitions, scholarly historical exhibitions, contemporary artists’ projects, and a sculpture garden. It is one of three public art locations for UCLA's School of Arts and Architecture, currently housing over 2,000 artworks in the Contemporary Collection alone.
An opportunity to experience the breadth and depth of a pioneering artist’s work
Multiplicity and hierarchy playfully explored through distinctive colors and shapes
Comprehensive selection of works reveal breadth and ingenuity
Examines the neighborhood convenience store as a gathering place for community
Abstract imagery adapted to the steps of the lobby staircase