Two Major LA Museums Announce Partnership

 Reymundo De la Rosa, Elder Brother Watakame, 1979, Southwest Museum of the American Indian Collection, Autry Museum of the American West, purchased by The Southwest Museum Acquisition Fund, © Reymundo De la Rosa

Reymundo De la Rosa, Elder Brother Watakame, 1979, Southwest Museum of the American Indian Collection, Autry Museum of the American West, purchased by The Southwest Museum Acquisition Fund, © Reymundo De la Rosa

Is this how the future of museums in an ever-changing world could look like?

LACMA and the Autry Museum of the American West are set to announce a new partnership, not seen in the art world before, during the special program in LACMA. The program will allow both museums to extensively explore the art of the American West and cultural connections between the American Southwest, Mexico, and Latin America. The museums will share collections, joint programs, exhibitions, publications and more, shifting to an evolving and collaborative approach.

 Enrique Chagoya, Uprising of the Spirit (Elevación del espíritu), 1994, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, gift of Ann and Aaron Nisenson in memory of Michael Nisenson, © Enrique Chagoya

Enrique Chagoya, Uprising of the Spirit (Elevación del espíritu), 1994, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, gift of Ann and Aaron Nisenson in memory of Michael Nisenson, © Enrique Chagoya

在这个瞬息万变的世界里,博物馆的未来会是这样的吗?

洛杉矶中心艺术博物馆和美国西部的奥特里博物馆将在LACMA的特别计划期间宣布一种新的伙伴关系,这在艺术界是前所未见的。该项目将使这两个博物馆能够广泛探索美国西部的艺术以及美国西南部、墨西哥和拉丁美洲之间的文化联系。这些博物馆将分享收藏品、联合节目、展览、出版物等,转而采用不断发展的,协作的方式。

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