lacma). The huge place has an impressive spectrum of paintings, sculptures & other art works. Thanks to my limited time budget I could see just a part of the giant show. Here are my favorites, a very subjective selection.
The painting above reminds me of Donald Trump and his followers. It is the "Orator" by Magnus Zeller (ca. 1920, oil on canvas).
The Seductive Line
Above some paintings from the temporary exhibition "The Seductive Line: Eroticism in Early Twentieth Century Germany and Austria". From the top: Karl Hofer`s "Zwei Schlafende Mädchen/Two Sleeping Girls" (ca. 1922-25, Pencil on wove paper); "Fünf gelbe Akte am Wasser/Five Yellow Nudes Near Water" by Otto Müller (1921/22, Color lithograph on yellow paper) & "Bathers" by Karl Schmidt-Rottluff (1913, oil on canvas).
Above you can see Victor Brauner`s "Suicide at Dawn" (1930, oil on canvas) followed by "Angel Flights" by Millard Sheets (1931, oil on canvas). Angel Flight was the electric cable railway and free pedestrian stairway of 123 steps and ten ramps that carried pedestrians in downtown Los Angeles between 1901 and 1969.
John Graham`s "Untitled (Still Life)" (1932, oil on canvas) & Amadeo Modigliani`s "Young Woman of the People" (1918, oil on canvas).
You can find there some nice pieces of contemporary art as well. From above: "Sky Backdrop" by Alex Israel (2014-15, acrylic on canvas); "Towards Disappearance" by Sam Francis (1957, oil on canvas) "1955-H" by Clifford Styll (1955, oil on canvas); "The Ballantine" by Franz Kline (1958-60, oil on canvas) & Roy Liechtenstein`s "Cold Shoulder" (1963, oil and magna on canvas).