Carlos Almaraz: Evolution of Form | Through January 9, 2022

Carlos Almaraz: Evolution of Form focuses on the earlier periods in the artist’s life that played a significant influence on his artistic styles and form, from conceptualism and minimalism when he lived in New York in the 1960s, to a burst of color and figurative work when he returned to

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Transportapueblos: Companion of Migrants

Transportapueblos: Los Resilientes

Located at LA Plaza’s Historic Paseo Walkway, “Transportapueblos: Los Resilientes” is a public art sculpture In recognition of the many difficulties faced by people who journey from their homes hoping to find a better life in the United States. It was created by Mexican artist Alfredo “LIBRE” Gutierrez. A partnership

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afroLAtinidad: mi casa, my city | Through September 29, 2021

LA Plaza explores the history and contemporary experiences of Afrolatinidad in Los Angeles through art, photographs, and personal objects in “afroLAtinidad: mi casa, my city.” In the exhibition, visitors enter a recreated Afro-Latinx home and understand how this vibrant yet underrepresented community is central to Los Angeles culture. The first

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The View From Here: Architecture as Witness to History | Permanent Exhibition | 2d Floor

LA Plaza’s Vickrey-Brunswig Building, Plaza House, and adjoining two-and-a-half-acre campus are located in the historic heart of Los Angeles. The museum resides within both the El Pueblo de Los Angeles Historic Monument, considered to be the original site of city as founded by colonists from Mexico, and the ancient Tongva city

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LA Starts Here! | Permanent Exhibition | First Floor

LA Plaza’s groundbreaking permanent exhibition presents an alternative to traditional interpretations of Los Angeles history, aiming to change what we know about Mexicans and Mexican Americans in the city. Using personal narratives, photographs, artifacts, oral testimonies, and videos presented from a people’s perspective, LA Starts Here! highlights untold and overlooked indigenous, Mexican, and

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