Part of Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA, this exhibition reappraises the contribution of Latin American women artists and those of Latino and Chicano heritage in the United States to contemporary art.
For this exhibition, Büttner presents a constellation of new woodcuts and photographs that address ideas of littleness and humility.
Japanese artist Tabaimo creates a site-specific work for the Hammer lobby wall for her first solo exhibition in Los Angeles.
An exhibition highlighting recent acquisitions by Los Angeles-based artists Tala Madani, Max Hooper Schneider, and Henry Taylor.
Flooded McDonald’s poses questions about consumer culture and the fast food industry while reveling in the pleasure of destroying a global capitalist icon.
This impressive collection of European and American paintings and drawings reflects the interests and passion of the museum’s founder, Armand Hammer.