New Museum: Marciano Art Foundation Debuts

Paul and Maurice Marciano, the co-founders of Guess, are behind the free-to see Wilshire-based institution.

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The Marciano Art Foundation museum debuted on Thursday, May 25. On the grounds? Sculptures dotting the exterior, the "Unpacking" inaugural exhibition within, and many more visual treasures.
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The Marciano Art Foundation museum debuted on Thursday, May 25. On the grounds? Sculptures dotting the exterior, the "Unpacking" inaugural exhibition within, and many more visual treasures.
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Art lovers will find "... a collection by well-established, mid-career, and emerging artists, predominantly from the 1990s to the present." (Pictured: Pieces by artist Jim Shaw)
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Artist Jim Shaw's large-scale "Wig Museum" are part of the museum's vast holdings.
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What does the Wig Museum portion of the Marciano Art Foundation hold? Prepare for an art experience of hirsuite proportions. The artist is Jim Shaw.
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"Ledge," by Ryan Trecartin and Lizzie Fitch, is a monumental element, filling space in grand fashion.
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An airy lobby greets guests to the Marciano Art Foundation.
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There's flora outside the structure, but inside? The plants are two-dimension, eye-catching artwork.
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Unpacking, the first exhibition of the new museum, includes "Two Suns" by Adrian Villar Rojas. The Marciano Art Foundation is free to visit, though an advance reservation is a must.
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