Fifth Street and Grand Avenue
Los Angeles CA

Pacific Standard Time

September 14 - January 28, 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Los Angeles-citywide: Los Angeles

Event Overview

Pacific Standard Time, a collaborative art effort that will spread across Southern California, through 70 institutions and 65 galleries, is back this September.

SEE "7 EXPERIENCES NOT TO MISS DURING PACIFIC STANDARD TIME: https://www.discoverlosangeles.com/blog/7-experiences-not-miss-during-pacific-standard-time-lala

Through January 2018, Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA will explore Latin American and Latino art past and present. From ancient artifacts to contemporary visual art and performance, Pacific Standard Time's scope is vast, eclectic and full of surprises. Individual exhibitions focus on single artists, or specific countries. The collections highlight spirituality, politics, murals and more. They document 20th century Chicano history, art during times of upheaval throughout Latin America and often put the spotlight on artists whose work is infrequently (if ever) shown in Los Angeles.

PST LA/LA will take art and culture lovers from traditional museums like The Getty Center and LACMA to more intimate experiences like the Chinese American Museum and ESMoA, truly celebrating beyond institutional borders. It might even bring you onto college campuses or into popular galleries like Roberts Tilton. There's a lot of ground to cover for Pacific Standard Time, and in anticipation of this massive art and culture event, we've compiled a few of the hidden gems and recent openings you can’t miss. Watch this space for more as the events are announced!

Event Overview

Pacific Standard Time, a collaborative art effort that will spread across Southern California, through 70 institutions and 65 galleries, is back this September.

SEE "7 EXPERIENCES NOT TO MISS DURING PACIFIC STANDARD TIME: https://www.discoverlosangeles.com/blog/7-experiences-not-miss-during-pacific-standard-time-lala

Through January 2018, Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA will explore Latin American and Latino art past and present. From ancient artifacts to contemporary visual art and performance, Pacific Standard Time's scope is vast, eclectic and full of surprises. Individual exhibitions focus on single artists, or specific countries. The collections highlight spirituality, politics, murals and more. They document 20th century Chicano history, art during times of upheaval throughout Latin America and often put the spotlight on artists whose work is infrequently (if ever) shown in Los Angeles.

PST LA/LA will take art and culture lovers from traditional museums like The Getty Center and LACMA to more intimate experiences like the Chinese American Museum and ESMoA, truly celebrating beyond institutional borders. It might even bring you onto college campuses or into popular galleries like Roberts Tilton. There's a lot of ground to cover for Pacific Standard Time, and in anticipation of this massive art and culture event, we've compiled a few of the hidden gems and recent openings you can’t miss. Watch this space for more as the events are announced!