A historical look at one of the most diverse galleries in 1960s Los Angeles.
The first Los Angeles solo exhibition by the renowned video, performance, and collage artist.
Our primary exhibition spaces include The Alyce de Roulet Williamson Gallery, housed at ArtCenter’s Hillside Campus; ArtCenter DTLA, located in Los Angeles’ vibrant historic core; and our two South Campus spaces: The HMCT Gallery and the Peter and Merle Mullin Gallery. While each of these venues maintains a distinct mission and vision, they share a unified intent to spark vital conversations among and around emerging and established works of art and design that are addressing the most pressing issues of our times.
The scope of the Exhibitions Department extends beyond ArtCenter’s formal exhibition spaces to include indoor or outdoor locations that showcase long-term or pop-up displays of artwork.
These additional exhibition spaces include the Hillside Student Gallery, a rotating selection of exemplary student projects; the Hutto-Patterson Exhibition Hall, curated by the Fine Art and Illustration Departments; Outside In murals created by street artists RISK and Kenny Scharf; a Keith Haring mural, painted on-site by the artist/activist in 1989 in conjunction with the second annual World AIDS Day; the Petersen Automotive Museum, which includes a 2,000 square foot exhibition space and satellite studio; and our Sculpture Garden, a sprawling lawn that contains a handful of permanent, landscape adorning sculptures.
Painter, musician and multimedia artist Jon Pylypchuk transforms the Mullin Gallery with an animated forest filled with tender ghostly presence.
Featuring an immersive experience comprising examples of Piercy’s most groundbreaking designs, HELLO LA presents a juxtaposition of thoughts, visuals and ideas shown in 2D and 3D including a visual documentary of his work.
View artist video works, talks and panels from current and past exhibitions.
This survey of works presents more than 40 intimately scaled drawings, a selection of large paintings, and a major recent sculpture.
Featuring artists using science fiction, fantasy, spirituality, and mythology as grounds for the investigation of identity and agency.
Featuring work by three design studios located in Mexico—APRDELESP, Fabien Cappello, and Andrés Souto—the exhibition explores new approaches to design driven by the everyday, from concept to fabrication.
What does it mean to be a black artist?
Impact 90/300, a riveting documentary by Alumna/Director Elizabeth Gray Bayne, profiles 25 of them.
Enter Slowly, The Legacy of an Idea is an artistic exploration into the sordid stories, rewritten histories, and exploits that befell Eileen Gray’s career and her iconic E-1027 house in the south of France.
The year 2021 marks a new understanding of reality as a push-and-pull between the ordinary and the uncertain. The works in this exhibition reflect this mood: they are meditative and manic, familiar and uncanny, minimal and maximal.
A multi-space installation work by Los Angeles artist Eli Smith, Today Is Your Birthday is an inquiry into the labor of both forgetting and remembering across generations.
A visual narrative presenting the complex beauty and fragility of Earth’s natural systems.
Explore how upgrade culture impacts institutional archives and operations, long-term scientific research, and our personal lives.
Ponder both the provincial and universal elements of space above and around the Earth’s surface.
ArtCenter Exhibitions presents a series of street-facing window exhibitions.
Take a virtual tour of HMCT's "In Verbis Artis" exhibition.
Work by 12 graduating artists from the Graduate Art Program.
Wu began making the watercolors in Dad’s Hands Are Smaller as a way to keep his balance during a stressful time when his father underwent a serious medical emergency.