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Hammer Museum: Made in L.A. 2020: a version

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Made in L.A. 2020: a version is on view April 17–August 1, 2021

Free, advance reservations are available. Walk-ins will also be accommodated. Reservations are made available every other Tuesday.

Our biennial Made in L.A. 2020: a version fills all of our galleries. The exhibition is on view at both the Hammer and The Huntington. Members and visitors to the Hammer will receive passes to make free advance reservations for The Huntington to view Made in L.A. 2020 in full.

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Members receive passes to The Huntington that grant free admission throughout the run of Made in L.A. 2020 in full. Become a member today.

COVID-19 SAFETY GUIDELINES

Updated June 14, 2021

To ensure safety for all visitors and staff, the Hammer has implemented the following measures:

• Please stay home if you are feeling sick. Check the CDC website for coronavirus symptoms.

• Face masks are required of all visitors and staff.

• Common areas and frequently touched objects are disinfected on an hourly basis during business hours using EPA approved disinfectants.

• Elevators have a capacity of 3-4 guests.

• Hand sanitizer stations are available throughout the building and at all gallery entries.

• Coat and bag check is closed. Please leave large items at home or in your car.

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The Hammer Museum is part of the School of the Arts and Architecture at UCLA, and offers exhibitions and collections that span classic to contemporary art, as well as programs that spark meaningful encounters with art and ideas. Through a wide-ranging, international exhibition program and the biennial, Made in L.A., the Hammer highlights contemporary art since the 1960s, especially the work of emerging and under recognized artists. The exhibitions, permanent collections, and nearly 300 public programs annually—including film screenings, lectures, symposia, readings, music performances, and workshops for families—are all free to the public.

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