George Hurrell: Laguna to Hollywood

February 24-May 19, 2013
On display on the museum’s upper level was an exhibition of photographs primarily from the permanent collection by noted Hollywood glamour photographer George Hurrell (1904–1992).

ex·pose: richard kraft

October 27, 2013 – February 2, 2014
In the fifth exhibition in Laguna Art Museum’s ex•pose series, Los Angeles-based artist Richard Kraft presented a new body of work.

John Mason: Blue Wall

February 24 – October 13, 2013
For Mason, Blue Wall was the culmination of a period of large-scale sculptural work beginning in 1957.

ex·pose: beatriz da costa

June 2 – September 29, 2013
Laguna Art Museum kicked off its contemporary art program ex·pose with an exhibition of works by Peter Bo Rappmund (b. 1979).

Faux Real

June 2-September 29, 2013
Laguna Art Museum presented a collection of works by contemporary artists who mimic reality with a playful twist, in the process raising questions of authenticity and duplication.

Sea Change: Tanya Aguiniga’s Bluebelt Forest

June 2, 2013 – January 19, 2014
Los Angeles-based artist Tanya Aguíñiga transformed the museum’s upper level gallery into a forest of kelp, corals, barnacles, and other wonderful natural forms that one would typically find under the sea off Laguna Beach in a specially-commissioned site-specific installation. .

Adam Silverman: Clay and Space

October 27 – January 01, 2014
In his first museum exhibition, renowned potter Adam Silverman created a series of installations ranging from displays of his pots in various settings to video pieces.

Travels with Millard Sheets, 1950 – 1980

February 01 – June 08, 2014
On loan from the Diane and E. Gene Crain Collection was a selection of paintings by California artist Millard Sheets (1907–1989) curated by Laguna Art Museum’s Curator of Historical Art Janet Blake.

ex·pose: dana harel

February 23 – June 1, 2014
Dana Harel’s first museum exhibition in the U.S. presented a new series of work, Between Dreams and Nightmares.

John Altoon: Drawings and Prints

June 29 – October 5, 2014
John Altoon (1925-69) is best known as a painter, but drawing was an important aspect of his working practice throughout his career.

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