Bringing together five decades of work, this exhibition explores the prodigious talent and influence of Merz’s understudied body of work.
This exhibition highlights the ways in which the Hammer continues to build its collections—through generous gifts and timely purchases initiated by the museum’s curators.
A series of collaborative works represents a world populated by Japanese idols, monsters, and ancient deities.
Oleson's new body of work and performance is related to the production of copper.
Hopf uses humor and wit to address the politics of art making and the impact of technology on the human experience.
Bowers's installation engages Food & Water Watch and the South Central Farm—organizations that focus on affordable access to healthy food and clean water.
On view on Lindbrook Terrace, this immersive sonic experience combines traditional Indonesian instruments with modern robotics.
This impressive collection of European and American paintings and drawings reflects the interests and passion of the museum’s founder, Armand Hammer.