On view in the Waiting Room Gallery at Los Angeles Union Station.
Where You Stand: LA Chinatown 1880-1939 invites participants into the center of the vibrant community of families, businesses, and associations through a multi-dimensional experience of the Chinese immigrant community of early Los Angeles.
On view through May 12, 2024
Here: Arts & Culture Along the K is a multimedia art exhibition showcasing the Metro Art K Line art program at the Museum of African American Art at Baldwin Hills Crenshaw Plaza.
The K Line serves the communities of West Adams, Jefferson Park, Baldwin Hills, Leimert Park, Hyde Park, Inglewood, Westchester and more. Fourteen artists were commissioned to create integrated public artworks at the stations: Ingrid Calame, Eileen Cowin, Kenturah Davis, Dean Erdmann, Sherin Guirguis, Carlson Hatton, Mara Lonner, Rebeca Méndez, Geoff McFetridge, Erwin Redl, Kim Schoenstadt, Jaime Scholnick, Shinique Smith and Mickalene Thomas.
Three shiny new Metro rail stations in downtown LA mark the completion of the Regional Connector Transit Project. The A, E and L Lines are now two rail lines — the new A and E Lines. That means more direct rides between Azusa, East LA and beaches. Eight artists were commissioned to create site-specific, integrated artworks for the three new stations.
On view in the Union Station Passageway Art Gallery
"Journeys Continued... LA Communities Through the Eyes of Artists" builds on an exhibition presented in 2017 and focuses on neighborhoods and cities within Los Angeles County “through the eyes of artists.”
On select Metro buses in L.A. County
Metro Art’s Through the Eyes of Artists poster series is celebrating its 20th year! For this commemoration, 20 posters from our archive will be on display on our buses in the coming months. You can also get them for free at Customer Service Centers while supplies last!