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A David Hockney painting of a water splashing below a diving board

Hockney in Venice

British born artist, David Hockney is perhaps best known for painting scenes of L.A. swimming pool culture in the 60s.

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Close up of dead sea scrolls

Dead Sea Scrolls in to L.A.

There are more than 600 artifacts that explore the significance of this incredible discovery.

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Polar bear exhibit

Natural History Museum

The first Tuesday of every month the Museum of Natural History opens its doors to free public admission.

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Restaurant entryway with neon signage that says To Live and Dine in LA

To Live and Dine in LA Exhibit

Do not miss this must-see exhibit of menus from L.A.’s past. From Mexicali to Asian-fusion, food culture in L.A. has come a long way.

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Woman looking at exhibits in an art gallery

Skid Row History Museum

his often misunderstood neighborhood is widely known to be one of the largest stable populations of homeless people in the U.S.

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Several industrial fans keep a large American waving at an art exhibit

William Pope at MOCA

William Pope, a New Jersey-born and Chicago-based performance artist par excellence will be showing at MOCA's Geffen Contemporary.

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A person jumping in front of a graffiti style wall mural

Check out Art Share L.A.

2nd annual Art Share L.A. fundraising event, *Above the Streets.*

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A metal sculpture and fountain outside a building's courtyard

Art in DTLA, Part 3

Downtown LA's arts community is thriving. This list has other artistic venues worth checking out.

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A brick brewery building

Art in DTLA, Part. 2

Just a few blocks east of Eighth and Grand's downtown apartments, you can take in the bi-annual brewery art walks

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Art in DTLA, Part 1

We are just around the corner from some of the best art in DTLA. Here is our list of our favorites, part 1.

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