Michael Govan

CEO Director of LACMA

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Michael Govan is CEO and Director of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art.

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The Los Angeles County Museum of Art is undergoing a major overhaul that’s projected to cost $650 million.

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A rendering of the new LACMA campus, showing it crossing Wilshire Boulevard Photo courtesy Atelier Peter Zumthor & Partner / The Boundary 
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