Long Beach Museum of Art

Long Beach Museum of Art Located on a magnificent bluff overlooking the Pacific Ocean, LBMA features a historic mansion, expansive galleries, gardens, ocean front dining at Claire’s at the Museum and a unique Museum Store featuring local vendors.
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In addition to changing exhibitions, the Museum offers extensive educational programs for children and adults, musical programs, festivals, and other special events. Become a Museum Member today!

Tomorrow! Tune in on Instagram Live to join Paul Loya, Associate Curator and Eric Trine, co-curator of California Design...
05/06/2020

Tomorrow! Tune in on Instagram Live to join Paul Loya, Associate Curator and Eric Trine, co-curator of California Designed 2020 for a special discussion and walkthrough of the exhibition at LBMA Downtown. The talk will touch on the conceptual process of putting this show together, the designers included and more.

Tomorrow, Thursday, May 7
11:30 AM PDT

#LBMAFromHome #MuseumFromHome

Eero Saarinen (1910-1961), the architect who saw the future with simple, sweeping, structural curves, designed for a new...
05/04/2020

Eero Saarinen (1910-1961), the architect who saw the future with simple, sweeping, structural curves, designed for a new world advanced by technology. The Pedestal Collection grew from Saarinen’s desire to eliminate “the slum of legs” found under ordinary furnishings. Part tulip, part stemmed wine glass, their fluid natures are however far from handcrafted—they exist scientifically, moulded from synthetic materials and chemical compounds. Along with Charles and Ray Eames, he aimed to solve problems and make the best for the most for the least. His neo-futuristic designs, including the TWA Flight Center at JFK and the Gateway Arch in St Louis, are certainly fit for space odyssey...🪐🛸💫 #MayThe4thBeWithYou

Eero Saarinen, Dining Table, Arm Chair, Side Chair, ca. 1965, Aluminum with fused plastic finish and Formica laminate, fiberglass, Gift of Mary and Ted Kapenekos

Happy Birthday to #DorrBothwell born on this day in 1902. The painter and printmaker recalls two memories of when she wa...
05/03/2020

Happy Birthday to #DorrBothwell born on this day in 1902. The painter and printmaker recalls two memories of when she was 4 growing up in San Francisco: her small bed scooting across the floor in the 1906 earthquake and her steadfast decision to become an artist. Pictured: 'City Summer', a serigraph (pioneered by Bothwell as a fine art medium on the West Coast) produced in 1947.

Tell us below: 5 memories that make up your "summer in the city" 🗯️👇

Dorr Bothwell, City Summer, 1947, 13 1/4 in x 17 3/4 in, Serigraph on paper, Gift of the artist and Tobey C. Moss Gallery, Los Angeles

A #MondayMeditation to guide you through the rest of the week— staring into a quiet corner of the San Jacinto Mountains ...
04/27/2020

A #MondayMeditation to guide you through the rest of the week— staring into a quiet corner of the San Jacinto Mountains at dusk...enjoy ⛰️🎴

Clara G. Force, Untitled California Landscape (San Jacinto), Oil on canvas, 23 ¼ x 27 ½ inches, Gift of Iris K. Darlington on view in Decade by Decade: Women Artists of California

As we continue to #LBMAFromHome, we will be sharing staff picks from LBMA's permanent collection and currently on view. ...
04/19/2020

As we continue to #LBMAFromHome, we will be sharing staff picks from LBMA's permanent collection and currently on view. From Paul Loya, Associate Curator:

"For being such an iconic design from this era, the Marshmellow Love Seat #5670 designed by #IrvingHarper for #GeorgeNelson & Associates was only put into production by #HermanMiller from 1956 to 1961. Irving Harper's aim was to produce a cost-effective piece of furniture using multiple 12" foam discs, however, the chair was costly to manufacture and therefore only 186 were made. The Love Seat became a luxury item featured by Herman Miller in their 1957 catalogs. It is wonderful LBMA has one of the original 186 in its permanent collection for our community to experience."

#CADesign1955 #MuseumFromHome

George Nelson, Marshmallow Sofa, 1956, Varnished steel tubing, aluminum, and vinyl cushions, 31 x 52 x 30 inches, Gift of Barbara and the late Dr. Joseph W. Noble

Junko Chodos was born in Toyko, Japan in 1939—the start of WWII. She lived through the destruction of war and its reperc...
04/15/2020

Junko Chodos was born in Toyko, Japan in 1939—the start of WWII. She lived through the destruction of war and its repercussions: “In those days, we were told to eradicate the different, eradicate the dangerous, eradicate evil—and this was the core of fascism.” She recalls as a young child being hid away with her mother and sisters in hand-dug shelters to keep safe from Allied carpet bombings. Staying underground or inside with the drapes drawn and the lights off, Chodos’ mother played Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony as a means to soothe and ease the mind amidst the chaos. It was in these moments, holed underground Chodos began to draw and paint on prescription cardboard boxes, turning each over and over until every surface had been exhausted. She still creates from that inner space today, 81 years later.

Swipe to read a quote from Junko Chodos lecture on Spirituality and the Process of Creating Art given to the Graduate Theological Union in Berkeley in 2003.

#IlluminatingWomenLBMA #5WomenArtists #LBMAFromHome

Junko Chodos, Celestial Curtain No. 1, 1988, Mixed media on paper, 77 x 64 inches, Gift of the artist @ Long Beach Museum of Art

A mesmerizing #MuseumMomentOfZen brought to you by Annemarie Davidson’s freeform and hypnotic, enamel on copper plates. ...
04/15/2020

A mesmerizing #MuseumMomentOfZen brought to you by Annemarie Davidson’s freeform and hypnotic, enamel on copper plates. 🌀 The Berlin-born artist immigrated to New York in 1936 and received a BA in economics from NYU and a MA from Columbia six years later—all before being introduced to enamelling by Doris Hall in 1956.

She moved to Sierra Nevada the year following which lead her to study under, and work with enamelists Curtis Tann and Mary Sharp who greatly influenced her work.

The Enamels of Annemarie Davidson exhibited at LBMA in 2004. #LBMAFromHome

Happy #Easter to those celebrating ✨ Elizabeth McCord's colorful biomorphic abstractions—reminiscent of California's har...
04/12/2020

Happy #Easter to those celebrating ✨ Elizabeth McCord's colorful biomorphic abstractions—reminiscent of California's hard-edge movement of the 1950s, today remind us of a basket full of chocolate treasures.

Elizabeth McCord, Big Pink, 1951, Casein and wax on Masonite, Gift of Alice Henderson #LBMAFromHome

Happy #NationalPetDay to all the good boys and girls staying home and keeping us company. We can’t wait to welcome you b...
04/11/2020

Happy #NationalPetDay to all the good boys and girls staying home and keeping us company. We can’t wait to welcome you back to LBMA! 🐾 In the meantime, #StayHome, stay safe and show your furry friends some extra love today.

Repost 📸@ruffcutzdtla
Installation: @b0rdalo_ii

Happy Birthday to #EmilBisttram born on this day in 1895. Deeply motivated by philosophy, spirituality and science, Bist...
04/07/2020

Happy Birthday to #EmilBisttram born on this day in 1895. Deeply motivated by philosophy, spirituality and science, Bisttram sought a new art for a new world order, and he wrote of universalism as "the essential Oneness of all things." He questioned the world around him, and encouraged others to do the same. He said, one must be a philosopher, psychologist and student in this life—to consistently seek new knowledge and collectively share it with one another.

#OnThisDay #Transcendental #Modernism

Emil Bisttram, Untitled, 1943, Drawing, Gift of Elisabeth W. Dentzel in memory of Carl S. Dentzel

🔎 Claire Falkenstein (1908-1997) created “living” artworks. Here, a network of lines—appearing random, are in fact desig...
04/07/2020

🔎 Claire Falkenstein (1908-1997) created “living” artworks. Here, a network of lines—appearing random, are in fact designated junctures that become “moving points,” a concept that defines a structure wherein lines as they intersect form a point that is inextricably connected with space and the inner workings of our human nervous system. Claire was fascinated by the total sense of the universe, indicative in her exploration of points, lines, and objects as continuums through space.

#ClaireFalkenstein on view at LBMA. #LBMAFromHome

Claire Falkenstein, Untitled (Moving Point Drawing), 1975, Ink on paper, Gift of Bryan K. Noble in appreciation of Thomas D. Tokunaga, Jr.

04/04/2020
#MakeArtAtHome with Karl Benjamin

#MakeArtAtHome inspired by Karl Benjamin (1925-2012) whose vibrant palette of stripes, squares, triangles, trapezoids and irregular shapes created compositions that seem to reverberate, even explode off the canvas. He was fascinated with color and celebrated the infinite variations for its arrangement and expression. How to #KarlBenjamin at home:

Materials: 📐✏️✂️ + colored paper
Identify a range of shapes (rectangles, squares, right triangles, diamonds, hexagons, etc.)

Using a ruler and pencil, mark out shapes on different colored paper and cut out

Arrange and re-arrange your shapes: experiment with color, composition and explore how different arrangements make you feel

Have fun, after all it’s a beautiful day to #StayHome and create 🖼☀️

#LBMAFromHome inspired by Karl Benjamin, #8, 1988, Oil on canvas, Museum Purchase

#AprilFools Day, also known as All Fools' Day has many speculative theories for the name. Some historians believe it dat...
04/01/2020

#AprilFools Day, also known as All Fools' Day has many speculative theories for the name. Some historians believe it dates back to 1582 when France switched over to the Gregorian calendar. People who failed to catch on that the new year actually began on January 1 and not the end of March were mocked as a "poisson d'avril" (April fish)—meaning someone who is gullible and easily "hooked." Nowadays, people simply post-it a fish to someone's back—has anyone checked in a mirror today?

In the spirit of les poissons, here is #PoliaPillin's Small Vase with Four Fishes 🎣🐠🙃

Whimsical. Playful. Full of life. 🌍Franz Bergmann's (1861–1936) enamel plate on view in CA Designed 1955 at LBMA epitomi...
03/29/2020

Whimsical. Playful. Full of life. 🌍Franz Bergmann's (1861–1936) enamel plate on view in CA Designed 1955 at LBMA epitomizes the Austrian-born artists's imaginative and often humorous objects d'art. This coat has us thinking about quilting together our favourite things...🧥

#LBMAFromHome

Franz Bergmann, 5 Aces!, Enamel on copper, Gift of Hal Nelson & Bernard Jazzar

Looking for a #StayAtHome activity? We love this challenge from #tussenkunstenquarantine (arts and quarantine):🥇 Choose ...
03/28/2020

Looking for a #StayAtHome activity? We love this challenge from #tussenkunstenquarantine (arts and quarantine):

🥇 Choose an artwork from our online collection: t.co/ILgS1dpf2S?amp=1
🥈 Find items lying around your house
🥉 Recreate the artwork with those items

Tag us in your creations! #LBMAFromHome

Below:

Hans Gustav Burkhardt, Still Life, 1945
Wouter Dam, Dark Yellow Piece, 2004

One more #ThrowbackThursday as we look to nature, particularly Marie Thibeault’s lyrical landscapes during this time. Hi...
03/26/2020

One more #ThrowbackThursday as we look to nature, particularly Marie Thibeault’s lyrical landscapes during this time. High Tide, part of Conveyance that exhibited last year at LBMA, is informed by shifts in the landscape and the environment as a result of human/industrial interference. Her bold use of color, architectural patterns and geometric forms present a distinct visual language.

#5WomenArtists #WomensHistoryMonth #MuseumFromHome

Marie Thibeault, High Tide, 2018, Oil on canvas

Today’s #MuseumMomentOfZen—looking back on Young-il Ahn’s water series that exhibited at LBMA in 2017. Zoom in 🔎 on Ahn’...
03/25/2020

Today’s #MuseumMomentOfZen—looking back on Young-il Ahn’s water series that exhibited at LBMA in 2017. Zoom in 🔎 on Ahn’s infinite manifestations of the ever-evolving sea—an exploration that began after the artist was once alone and lost in a small boat on the Pacific Ocean in 1983. Perhaps deceptively simple, his works are in reality rather complex and encourage a meditative state in the viewer. 🧘‍♂️ 🎨 Can you guess what instrument Young-il Ahn used to create these paintings?

#MuseumFromHome

Adjusting to life indoors…who can relate?This selection of earthenware is part of the Museum’s Dornfield Collection of c...
03/24/2020

Adjusting to life indoors…who can relate?

This selection of earthenware is part of the Museum’s Dornfield Collection of ceramics from Staffordshire, England ranging from the 17th to 19th Century. Staffordshire, a county in the West Midlands of England, became an epicenter for slipware and lead-glazed earthenware during this time due to the abundance of clay, lead, salt and coal in the region.

#LBMAFromHome #MuseumFromHome

Gift of the Estate of Dr. and Mrs. Leslie Dornfeld

#MariaKipp (1900-1988) was one of the most accomplished Modernist designers of handwoven textiles. German born, Kipp was...
03/23/2020

#MariaKipp (1900-1988) was one of the most accomplished Modernist designers of handwoven textiles. German born, Kipp was the first woman to attend the Staatliche Hohere Fachschule für Textilindustrie in Bavaria to learn the technical structure and engineering of weaving before immigrating to Los Angeles in 1924. Now looking back on her career, she is also considered to be the first woman in the United States to found a commercially successful hand-weaving enterprise.

From the Beverly Hills Hotel to the Hollywood Park Turf Club, the Mormon Temple in Salt Lake City, Air Force One, commissions for Loretta Young, Rita Hayworth, Frank Sinatra, Walt Disney, and being sought after by leading architects including Rudolph M. Schindler, Richard Neutra and Welton Beckett to furnish their interiors, Maria Kipp dominated the Southern California market by midcentury.

#5WomenArtists #WomensHistoryMonth #LBMAFromHome

Maria Kipp, Handwoven fabric Design # 8397-6675, 1956, Textile, 50 ½ x 63 inches, Gift of Maria Kipp Hand Loomed Fabrics

03/21/2020
Earth, Every Day

Though our physical doors are closed, today would have been the opening of our LBUSD high school juried exhibition, Earth, Every Day. The breadth of work received—ecological topics including air and water pollution, renewable energy and the effects of climate change—indicate the future is bright with these students leading the way. Each and every one of us has a role to play, and LBMA wishes to thank the student artists and their teachers for cultivating these conversations and inspiring action. #ProudToBeLBUSD

As we work on showcasing these artworks online, share with us what #EarthEveryDay means to you. 🌍 🌊 🌈

Rightful seasons of colorConnects us to allThat resides belowThe surface, grand forceOf life in seed to seedIts song tow...
03/21/2020

Rightful seasons of color
Connects us to all
That resides below

The surface, grand force
Of life in seed to seed
Its song toward sky.

See how the spectrum
Catches the light so well?
Its body is a flowing

Feeling, rolling over
Hillsides, speaking
Its promise so brightly

🌸 ‘Super Bloom’ poem by Jacqueline Suskin; designed and bound by Rebecca Chamlee, Pie in the Sky Press

Happy #WorldPoetryDay 📝 What is keeping you inspired lately? Reading, writing, listening? Share with us a book, a poem or a song inspired by a piece of art! 📚#LBMAFromHome

"I am moved by the power of simple things in my observations of nature, be it a lone drifting cloud, birds soaring, a st...
03/20/2020

"I am moved by the power of simple things in my observations of nature, be it a lone drifting cloud, birds soaring, a stand of trees in the distance, backlit and glowing, or the sublime blue of the sky. My paintings reflect my sense of things beautiful and profound, joyful and optimistic, quiet, still and timeless.” #PamelaKendallSchiffer reminding us to slow down, look up and listen to the world around us. What is it sharing with us?

#LBMAFromHome #5WomenArtists

Cloud Study, 2005, Oil on panel, 3 x 5 inches, Gift of the Estate of Wilfred Davis Fletcher on view in Decade by Decade: Women Artists of California

It's the #FirstDayOfSpring! 🍃 The days will soon be longer, the grass so nearly greener, and the buds will all be bloomi...
03/19/2020

It's the #FirstDayOfSpring! 🍃 The days will soon be longer, the grass so nearly greener, and the buds will all be blooming. New beginnings are upon us—so sit back, take a deep breathe and relax into this #MuseumMomentOfZen with Marjorie Portnow's landscape of the Santa Ynez Mountains.

#IlluminatingWomenLBMA #5WomenArtists

Marjorie Portnow, Sketch for Camino Cielo: Santa Barbara, 1987, Oil on board, Gift of the National Academy of Design/Purchased by the Academy through the Henry Ward Ranger Fund

Dreaming of curling up with a good book in Charles and Ray Eames' Lounge Chair today. Debuted in 1956, the Lounge Chair ...
03/19/2020

Dreaming of curling up with a good book in Charles and Ray Eames' Lounge Chair today. Debuted in 1956, the Lounge Chair joined together modernism and comfort—designed as 'a special refuge from the strains of modern living.' And, what a beautiful refuge it is. Reading recommendations? #MuseumFromHome

A moment of warmth and calm brought to you by Alexej Jawlensky. His best-known works are his Meditations—abstract portra...
03/18/2020

A moment of warmth and calm brought to you by Alexej Jawlensky. His best-known works are his Meditations—abstract portraits composed of blocks of color and stylized facial features. Last week was his birthday, he would have been 156! 🎂 What tips do you have on finding solace? We'd love to read them in the comments below 👇 #MuseumFromHome

#Jawlensky #Expressionism

Alexej Jawlensky, Untitled, ca. 1920, Watercolor and ink on paper, The Milton Wichner Collection Bequest, 1979

The Long Beach Museum of Art will close temporarily to the public effective this Thursday, March 19 until further notice...
03/17/2020

The Long Beach Museum of Art will close temporarily to the public effective this Thursday, March 19 until further notice. Please note that all scheduled programs and events, have been cancelled at this time. However we would like to keep the Museum open for creative respite in these uncertain times, the health and safety of our Museum staff, visitors, volunteers and neighbors are our top priority.

We will continue to provide inspiring creative content online, so please continue to stay in touch and follow along! LBMA will continue to work with the city of Long Beach to monitor the situation, and will notify you immediately of any updates.

We look forward to welcoming you back to the Long Beach Museum of Art at the earliest safe opportunity. Stay safe and well! 💙

Bonnie Schiffman’s ability to capture her subjects as people separated from their “celebrity” is rooted in who she is, b...
03/13/2020

Bonnie Schiffman’s ability to capture her subjects as people separated from their “celebrity” is rooted in who she is, both at home and behind the lens. To be in her presence is to understand her wit and magnetic personality that eases and emboldens people. Her portraits as a result, capture an authenticity that contrasts the often austere stoicism in photos of household names. In turn, she makes us feel that we too are in the frame. This 1983 photograph of Annette Funicello will be on view at LBMA in June 2020 in our upcoming exhibition, In Our Sights.

#IlluminatingWomenLBMA #5WomenArtists

Bonnie Schiffman, Annette Funicello, 1983, Gift of the artist

Happy Birthday to Harry Bertoia, born #OnThisDay in 1915 in San Lorenzo, Italy. The artist, sound sculptor and designer—...
03/11/2020

Happy Birthday to Harry Bertoia, born #OnThisDay in 1915 in San Lorenzo, Italy. The artist, sound sculptor and designer—often remembered for the ergonomic mid-century modern chairs he designed alongside the likes of Charles and Ray Eames, was profoundly interested in the manipulation of metal and space. His sculptures—fluid, organic, often clusters of vertical rods, are designed to sway and hiss and hum. What he later referred to as his "sonambient" sculptures.

“The urge for good design is the same as the urge to go on living.” - Harry Bertoia

Flora Fauna, 1964, Bronze is on view #AtLBMA

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Gallery & Museum Store Hours: Thursday: 11am to 8pm. Friday through Sunday: 11am to 5pm. FRIDAYS ARE FREE FOR EVERYONE! Claire's at the Museum Restaurant Hours: Thursday: 11am to 8pm. BEVERAGES, APPETIZERS, AND DESSERTS AT HAPPY HOUR PRICES, 3pm to 8pm! Friday: 11am to 3pm Saturday and Sunday: 8am to 3pm The LBMA campus is closed Mondays, Tuesdays, and Wednesdays with the exception of school tours and special events.

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The Museum’s permanent collection is diverse with more than 3,200 works encompassing 300 years of American and European art in all media. In addition to changing exhibitions, the Museum offers extensive educational programs for children and adults, musical programs, festivals, and other special events. For more info, please visit: http://lbma.org/about/.

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LBMA was mentioned as a top place to visit for art lovers! What's your favorite?
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