Instagram addict? Love snapping shots of luscious landscapes? Photography hounds stroll through the hallowed halls of Annenberg Space for Photography in Los Angeles to check out professional and masterful shots by world-renowned artists. Centrally located in Century City near restaurants and Westfield Mall, Annenberg Space for Photography opens up to a gorgeous grassy knoll, perfect for picnicking and relaxing in the southern California sun.
Annenberg Space for Photography Interior Exhibits — Photo courtesy of Annenberg Space for Photography
Exciting exhibit, Who Shot Rock And Roll: A Photographic History, 1955 to the Present, displays 168 prints from legendary photographers like Dennis Hopper, Annie Leibovitz, and Diane Arbus. Highlighting the pivotal role photographers played in hyping rock music, this unique exhibition plays a never-before-seen documentary produced specifically for Annenberg Space for Photography, featuring behind the scenes footage of shoots and interviews with photographers. Bop along to a slideshow, set to a mix soundtrack, showing iconic work by Henry Diltz taken from 1966-1990.
Take advantage of special public events, like complimentary, RSVP-required IRIS Night Lecture Series on Thursday nights with discussions by notable artists and experts. Register for a free digital photography workshop with a world-class teacher or attend a fun slideshow night, dedicated to themes of current exhibits. Validated parking and free admission contribute to a stress-free afternoon enjoying amazing and inspiring contemporary art. Annenberg Space for Photography is closed on Mondays and Tuesdays.