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Los Angeles County Museum of Art: between BCAM and the Reznick

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LACMA, BCAM, Reznick

 Over the years I’ve taken about a billion photos of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA). I like the convoluted architecture of the campus. 

LACMA, BCAM, Reznick

These photos are of the walkway between the Broad Contemporary Art Museum (BCAM) and the Stewart and Lynda Reznick Gallery, the two newest buildings at LACMA. BCAM opened in 2008. The Reznick in 2010.

LACMA, BCAM, Reznick

BCAM always reminds me of the Pompidou in Paris. In this photo BCAM is on the left, the Reznick on the right. Robert Irwin’s Palm Garden that surrounds the Reznick contains about 100 trees. LACMA-051913-053a-C-800px

Looking at art can be tiring and this bench offers a peaceful resting place for the weary.

LACMA, BCAM, Reznick

LACMA, BCAM, Reznick

LACMA, BCAM, Reznick

LACMA, BCAM, Reznick

LACMA, BCAM, Reznick

LACMA, BCAM, Reznick

LACMA, BCAM, Reznick

LACMA, BCAM, Reznick

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Author: RMW

I am an explorer and creative person. I've had many jobs, careers and interests... everything in life and the universe fascinates me. Born in Brighton, England, I've lived my entire adult life in Los Angeles. Recently I rediscovered photography and I am busy learning everything I can about it. It's a great excuse for getting outside, wandering around and stopping to look at things.

One thought on “Los Angeles County Museum of Art: between BCAM and the Reznick

  1. Pingback: LACMA: blink before it’s gone | One Good Life in Los Angeles

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