L.A.'s Best Art Shows To Visit This Thanksgiving Weekend

by guestofaguest · November 27, 2013

With family, relatives, and significant others together for Thanksgiving holidays, what better way to give them a taste of Los Angeles than to take them to ongoing exhibits showcasing a variety of art forms? Although the museums are closed for Thanksgiving, you have a whole three-day weekend full of exhibits to enjoy. From the photorealistic works of Martin Mull and Eric White, to the experiential art forms of James Turrell, Ann Veronica Janssens, and Serj Tankian, we've got your guide to all the best art shows to check out over the holiday in L.A.

street artAgnes VardaHammer MuseumGuy HepnerAnnenberg Space for PhotographyMOCA Grand AvenueMaya HayukJason KrausJames WellingThe Getty CenterSkirball Cultural CenterEric WhiteRISKAlexander CalderProject gallery los angelesGagosian Gallery Beverly HillsJames TurrellFabien Castanier GalleryMartin MullJames Turrell: A RetrospectivePhil FrostGeorge Billis GalleryCandice BreitzCandice Breitz The WoodsPerry Rubenstein GalleryIn Focus: ArchitectureSee The LightJames Welling MonographThe Power of PhotographyRoom to LiveThe Marjorie and Leonard Vernon CollectionMartha OteroPhil Frost Solace of the SwordACE Gallery Los AngelesScot HeywoodScot Heywood A Survey of Small PaintingsFrank Lloyd GalleryDebra ScaccoMarine ContemporaryAdam NisensonArtspace WarehouseSuzan WoodruffSuzan Woodruff Echo MakerKatherine Cone GalleryJoel OttersonMaloney Fine ArtSamuel FreemanMartin Mull State of the UnionRisk Metallic TissueEric White All of This Has Not OccurredMatt LippsMatt Lipps LibraryMarc Selwyn Fine ArtMichael BrunswickMichael Brunswick 79th OrganGusford GalleryRichard Avedon WomenEllen Von Unwerth Made In AmericaFahey Klein GalleryRob SatoRyohei TanakaGiant Robot GalleryRedling Fine ArtSerj TankianSerj Tankian Disarming TimeSteve HicksAnn Veronica Janssens1301PEAgn├Ęs Varda in CalifornialandLos Angeles Contemporary Museum of ArtPerceptionCognitionCalder and Abstraction From Avant Garde to IconicPhotorealisticThe Power of Photography: National Geographic 125 YearsNational Geographic 125 Yearsexperiential artInstallations and SculpturesabstractDebra Scacco The Space BetweenMinimalistJason Kraus: Concrete FormPaper-based WorksThe Connor Brother: True Love StoriesThe Connor BrotherRob Sato and Ryohei Tanaka: Paper NoiseLebbeaus Woods is an ArchetypeLebbeaus WoodsSCI-ArcGlobal Citizen: The Architecture of Moshe SafdieMoshe Safdie