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Sometimes you accept an invitation and you feel really glad that you accept it. Other times the opposite happens. This time it is the lucky one when you are invited to visit LACMA which is the Los Angeles County Museum of Art.
Obviously it is in LA, CA but what is less obvious the kind of art it provides for visitors. Many artists you might have never heard of them or their art and few you may recognize their names.
That visit took place in July 2021 and it left a lot of questions in your mind to which the answers were either vague or none. One of your questions was about those artists and their work, and whether they were insane. The reason was the cruelty and the gloominess that some of those art pieces represented. And the answer was “Yes“.
The Museum is composed of two building standing adjacent to each other. The visitors are from all ages and the tickets are bought in advance along with some requirements regarding timing and masks.