An opportunity to experience the pioneering artist’s work with unprecedented breadth and depth.
A lively mix of painting, sculpture, and media installations by more than 30 international artists, all from the Hammer's collection, including some that have never before been on view.
Los Angeles-based artist Yunhee Min adapts the vibrant abstract imagery of her paintings on canvas to the steps of the Hammer’s lobby staircase, in the first Hammer Project to be oriented on the floor rather than the walls.
The Hammer presents a new iteration of Self's project Bodega Run, which examines the neighborhood convenience store as both a gathering place for community and a microcosm of how current economic and political issues are impacting people’s lives.
The Hammer presents Un chemin escarpé / A steep path, an immersive, five-channel video installation by Miami-based artist Jamilah Sabur.
Works of art from the sixteenth through the twentieth century that reflect the interest and dedication of the founder of the museum, Armand Hammer.