Exhibitions, Past

Here: Arts & Culture Along the K

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.

About the Exhibition

Here honors what has been, what is present and what is possible. Along with the exhibition, a companion publication has been developed to celebrate arts and culture along the K Line through Metro Art commissions and collaborations shaped by over 150 arts and cultural organizations, artists and creatives responding to distinct neighborhoods with bold imagination. The publication is available for free at the museum, while supplies last.

The exhibition is a celebration of artists, cultural producers and culture bearers connected by the K Line and marks the first anniversary of Metro ‘s K Line service through the neighborhoods of Crenshaw, West Adams, Jefferson Park, Baldwin Hills, Leimert Park, Hyde Park, Inglewood, Westchester and more.

Artworks on view include works by Alexis Hunley, Carlson Hatton, Dean Erdmann, Eileen Cowin, Erwin Redl, Geoff McFetridge, Giovanni Solis, Ingrid Calame, Jaime Scholnick, Jason Williams, Kenturah Davis, Kim Schoenstadt, Mara Lonner, Michael C. Hsiung, Mickalene Thomas, Mobolaji Olambiwonnu, Moses X. Ball, Motherland Music, Rebeca Méndez, Russell Hamilton, Sam Pace, Sherin Guirguis, Shinique Smith and Wakana Kimura.

Exhibition on view through May 12, 2024

Museum of African American Art
Baldwin Hills Crenshaw Plaza
Level 2, Suite 283
3650 W Martin Luther King Jr Bl
Los Angeles, CA 90008
Museum Hours: Wed – Sun, 11AM – 5PM

Visit metro.net to plan your trip.

> Learn more about the Museum of African American Art
> Learn more about the Metro Art K Line Art Program
> Explore the K Line