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Mark Taper Forum

1. Mark Taper Forum

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135 N Grand Ave The Music Center Of Los Angeles CountyLos Angeles, CA 90012

(213) 972-0700

What I love about the Mark Taper is that there doesn't seem to be a bad seat in the house. I should know, because I have sat in the seats traditiona…

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The Annenberg Space For Photography
Howard S. rated

I found out about the Annenberg Space For Photography (which opened up back in March of 2009) while doing a google search on any new museums in Los Angeles and this one popped up.I went to visit with my friend Anthony DeGoede back on Saturday, October 8, 2016 and we both really enjoyed the photography exhibits that we seen and during our visit we saw the featured one called "Identity" by Timothy Greenfield-Sanders which is comprised of 151 large-format photography of pioneers in historically marginalized communities and in his work he includes race, gender, class, sexuality and ethnicity here in the United States. This special exhibition includes: The Black List, The Latino List, The Women's List, The Out List and The Trans List.They were very amazing exhibits to view and they change 3-4 times per year.Virtual Reality Experience: I really enjoyed this exhibit as well and while I was there, I got to view the making of The Trans List by Timothy Greenfield-Sanders who had welcomed a camera crew into his studio to film an immersive virtual reality experience that is exclusive to this exhibit. The film allows visitors to observe the acclaimed photographer's process as if they were in the room with him and his photo subjects.Simply Amazing!I just want to personally thank the Annenberg Space For Photography for putting on such a Wonderful, Educational and Inspiring Exhibition.I hope to visit you all again!Sincerely yours,Howard Paul ShoreAnthony DeGoede Visitors And Special Guests/HPS

Watts Towers Arts Center
Howard S. rated

I Am So Glad That I Finally Visited Watts Towers And Their Art Center...I've lived in Los Angeles since 1994 and I have Never visited the Watts Towers and Art Center up until Saturday, August 27, 2016 whereby I asked Diego to join me on this venture.I honestly was scared to go because of the area for the longest time, but on this day I just used my gut feeling and took the risk and went for it and thankfully it was Not as bad as some people have made out the area to be.When we got there, we just had to walk on Graham Avenue just a few short blocks and made our way to the towers.First we visited their two very nice art galleries and seen a short film and then we went on their first tour which started at 10:30 am and our talented guide was James who knows all about the history of the towers, including the life of Simon Rodia who was the founder and creator of the Watts Towers.Thank you James for the Tour & Lionel, the Guard who spoke with us.Howard Paul ShoreDiegoVisitors

Watts Towers Arts Center
Howard S. rated

I Am So Glad That I Finally Visited Watts Towers And Their Art Center...I have been living in Los Angeles for the most part since 1994 and I have Never visited the Watts Towers and Art Center up until Saturday, August 27, 2016 whereby I asked Diego to join me on this venture.I honestly was scared to go because of the area for the longest time, but on this day I just used my gut feeling and took the risk and went for it and thankfully it was Not as bad as some people have made out the area to be.When we got there, we just had to walk on Graham Avenue just a few short blocks and made our way to the towers.We visited their two art galleries and seen a short film and then we went on their first tour which started at 10:30 am and our talented guide was James who knows all about the history of the towers, including the life of Simon Rodia who was the founder and creator of the Watts Towers. Thank you James for the Tour, including Lionel, the Guard!Howard Paul ShoreDiego

Brewery Art Walk
David v. B. rated

My least favorite college subject was math. As an English literature major, all I wanted to do was read the work of great authors and perfect my writing. I found math, more specifically linear algebra, to be a difficult class for me to participate in and prepare for, but it was a requirement, so I put my nose to the grindstone and completed the course

Glaze Fire
Amy F. rated

A fun place to take the kids for an artsy project. They have a nice variety of items to paint (great gift idea from a child to grandparent or for Mother's or Father's Day). We've been to a really fun birthday party here as well. Plenty for adults to paint, too!

Watts Towers Arts Center
Amy F. rated

Interesting bit of architectural "folk art" in L.A. Definitely an example of beauty being in the eye of the beholder, but I will give the guy credit for building these structures. I was intrigued by his story.

Lemonade
gunjan_s rated

Predictably clean, fresh food, good service and the MOCA patio for open air seating make this place tops on my list for a relaxed afternoon brunch with family and friends.

Leanna Lin's Wonderland
Sussy L. rated

One of the best gift shops around. Perfectly curated with impeccable taste. Gifts range from extraordinary wall art to toys, jewelry, books and so much more.

Poketo
Hilary B. rated

This is a groovy little shop with a lot of unique gift items. Great cards and stationery, ceramics, art, darling kids items, etc.

Red Rose Studio
lanyjay rated
Wonderful

The place was nice and I felt comfortable. I highly recommend Baron Davis. He's the one that did my tattoo and it was amazing.

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