Los Angeles, CA 90036
- Tue-Fri 1pm-6pm
LA Weekly's Description
The brainchild of Ace Gallery’s Douglas Chrismas, Mid-City’s Ace Museum focuses on local, national and international art, primarily from the 1960s to the present. Incorporated in July of 2009, the museum might be best known for the 20-foot-high chrome metal statue of Lenin's head located in its foyer. Don't start planning an evening visit, however; it’s open weekdays from 1-5 p.m.
Ace Museum is a non-profit organization dedicated to educating through the exhibition of contemporary art. Ace Museum researches and executes unique exhibitions addressing a full range of artistic media, as well as exhibiting high caliber traveling exhibitions that may not otherwise tour to Los Angeles. Ace Museum is committed to providing Los Angeles with an alternative exhibition experience and dynamic programs focused on increasing the audience’s capacity to engage with significant and challenging works, while fostering relationships with partner institutions to expand local, national, and international contemporary art and culture.
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