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It's by a blue-chip architect and filled with blue-chip contemporary art. So how is the new BCAM at LACMA? Find out when we talk to Renzo Piano, Michael Govan and others. Plus, where should you eat in LA if you want to be heard? We'll talk about the "sound design" of restaurants.


Banner image: Broad Contemporary Art Museum (BCAM), north façade, palm garden
Robert Irwin, January, 2008; Photo © 2008 Museum Associates/LACMA


 

Guest Interview BCAM Comes to Town
 

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BCAM east façade, Installation of Urban Light
Chris Burden, December, 2007
 

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BCAM detail of glass core, north façade
January, 2008, © Weldon Brewster

 

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BCAM southeast façade, BCAM Born scrim
John Baldessari, January 2008

 

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Installation of Urban Light
Chris Burden, January, 2008

All images 2008 © Museum Associates,
LACMA unless otherwise noted

Guests:
Jonathan Gold, Host of 'Good Food on the Road' (@thejgold)
Irene Virbila, Restaurant critic for the LA Times
Jerry Christoff, President of Veneklasen Associates
David Rosoff, General manager of Osteria Mozza
Donato Poto, Co-owner and general manager of Providence
Renzo Piano, Architect, Renzo Piano Building Workshop
Melody Kanschat, President of LACMA
Michael Govan, Los Angeles County Museum of Art (@mgovanlacma)
Hunter Drohojowska-Philp, Contributor, 'Art Talk'
Michael Webb, architectural writer
Greg Goldin, architecture critic and curator
Sam Lubell, The Architect's Newspaper
Jade Chang, West coast editor of Metropolis
Emma Gray, Artist and art critic

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