Tucked away in Century City you will find the Annenberg Space for Photography which houses both digital and print work.
“Photography is one of the most accessible and personal forms of art. We see the creation of the Annenberg Space for Photography as a service to the community where visitors can see the world through a different lens and leave feeling motivated to make positive change.” -Wallis Annenberg
I am particularly looking forward to checking out the Extreme Exposure exhibit. A few of the ads depict closeups of exotic wildlife caught in precarious moments. The description promises a “unique collection of alluring landscapes and intimate moments between artists and the wild creatures they capture in alarmingly close proximity.” This exhibit looks extremely intriguing! You’ve got to check out the gallery on their website for a sneak peek.
Exhibit runs now until April 17, 2011.
The Fine Print:
- Admission: FREE
- Hours: Wednesday – Sunday: 11am – 6pm
- Location: Century Park – 2000 Avenue of the Stars, #10, Los Angeles, CA 90067
- Parking: Validated self-parking is $3.50 for three hours in the garage directly beneath the building, Wednesday through Friday before 4:30pm. After 4:30PM and all day on Saturday and Sunday, parking is a flat rate of $1.00 with validation
- Contact: 213.403.3000