Hammer Museum

Hammer Museum

The Hammer Museum, which is affiliated with the University of California, Los Angeles, is an art museum and cultural center known for its artist-centric and progressive array of exhibitions and public programs. The Hammer Museum also hosts over 300 programs throughout the year, a diverse range of free public programs are presented at the Hammer Museum six evenings a week throughout the year, including lectures, readings, symposia, film screenings, musical performances, and other events. The Armand Hammer Collection is a small selection of European and American paintings, drawings, and prints that formed the original impetus for the foundation of the Hammer Museum. Armand Hammer, the founder and namesake of the museum, assembled and refined the collection through decades of involvement in the art market, both as a collector in his own right and as a co-founder of Hammer Galleries in New York City. The focus of the collection is primarily 19th century and early-20th century French impressionist and post-impressionist paintings, though the collection itself spans the 16th through the 20th century. Programes: • Conversations • Hammer Forum • Members • Music & Performance • Public Engagement • Readings • Screenings • Special Programs • Tours & Talks

Opening Days: Everyday except Mondays, From 11 to 20

Working hours: 11:00 am-08:00 pm
Hammer Museum

Hammer Museum

No. 10899 | Wilshire Blvd. | Los Angeles | CA 90024 | USA

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