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.

Architecture photography ellen von unwerth Richard Avedon LACMA MOCA street art Agnes Varda Hammer Museum Guy Hepner Annenberg Space for Photography MOCA Grand Avenue Maya Hayuk Jason Kraus James Welling The Getty Center Skirball Cultural Center Eric White RISK Alexander Calder Project gallery los angeles Gagosian Gallery Beverly Hills James Turrell Fabien Castanier Gallery Martin Mull James Turrell: A Retrospective Phil Frost George Billis Gallery Candice Breitz Candice Breitz The Woods Perry Rubenstein Gallery In Focus: Architecture See The Light James Welling Monograph The Power of Photography Room to Live The Marjorie and Leonard Vernon Collection Martha Otero Phil Frost Solace of the Sword ACE Gallery Los Angeles Scot Heywood Scot Heywood A Survey of Small Paintings Frank Lloyd Gallery Debra Scacco Marine Contemporary Adam Nisenson Artspace Warehouse Suzan Woodruff Suzan Woodruff Echo Maker Katherine Cone Gallery Joel Otterson Maloney Fine Art Samuel Freeman Martin Mull State of the Union Risk Metallic Tissue Eric White All of This Has Not Occurred Matt Lipps Matt Lipps Library Marc Selwyn Fine Art Michael Brunswick Michael Brunswick 79th Organ Gusford Gallery Richard Avedon Women Ellen Von Unwerth Made In America Fahey Klein Gallery Rob Sato Ryohei Tanaka Giant Robot Gallery Redling Fine Art Serj Tankian Serj Tankian Disarming Time Steve Hicks Ann Veronica Janssens 1301PE Agnès Varda in Californialand Los Angeles Contemporary Museum of Art Perception Cognition Calder and Abstraction From Avant Garde to Iconic Photorealistic The Power of Photography: National Geographic 125 Years National Geographic 125 Years experiential art Installations and Sculptures abstract Debra Scacco The Space Between Minimalist Jason Kraus: Concrete Form Paper-based Works The Connor Brother: True Love Stories The Connor Brother Rob Sato and Ryohei Tanaka: Paper Noise Lebbeaus Woods is an Archetype Lebbeaus Woods SCI-Arc Global Citizen: The Architecture of Moshe Safdie Moshe Safdie