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Every year we see many Brilliant Shows offered by the Annenburg.Exceptional Photography by various Artists always bring us a new perspective on life. Great way to spend a day in LA amoung some of the great architecture that surrounds the Space.
There are rotating exhibits throughout the year with the current exhibit being The National Geographic Photo Ark, let by photographer Joel Sartore. Joe is trying to capture every living species of animal on camera. There was a 15-minute movie on Joel about his quest with...More
While I would happily pay admission to this world-class center for photographic art, it is one of the great FREEBIES of Los Angeles. Extraordinary exhibits ignite the imagination & stimulate the mind. Truly one of the city's gems...
I LOVE the Annenberg. I've been several times (Digital Darkroom, No Strangers, Life, and more)... It never disappoints. The photographs are stunning, but my favorite part is always the video accompanying the exhibit. I'm so excited for the Joel Sartore exhibit coming up and am...More
The Annenberg is a smallish space, but they use it well. The shows are always interesting. Go on a weekend, the traffic will be much easier to deal with. Parking is validated, but the guard will require you to open the trunk of your car....More
I love all their exhibits and my favorite was No Strangers. But the current one , Not an Ostrich, features photos from The Library of Congress and it is like history lesson for America. The video go me choked up with both pride and shame.
Many of the photos at the exhibit are rarely seen. Be sure to take the time to watch the 20 minute video. You also have the opportunity to do a "story corps" recording for the Smithsonian. Recommended.
Really enjoyed all the photos from the library of congress. Venue is small and was very crowded. That was the downside. But it was free and parking was only $1.50. Can't complain about that! Definitely worth seeing.