One touristy thing I did do in LA was go to the Getty, which is nominally an art museum, but I got the impression that it's more a place that people go and take pictures than anything else. I totally get that, too, because it's gorgeous. You have to take a tram to get there (which contributed to my feeling that I was at bizarro Disney Land) and then you have a stunning view of Los Angeles and a really intense amount of white marble fashioned in a way that there is an endless supply of places to stand and have your photo taken. It's actually kind of difficult to find art there because most staircases/doorways just lead you to a new place to stand and take your picture & there isn't a lot of signage to give you a clue as to where you are because that would take away from the white marble.
Truthfully, I did not feel particularly motivated to find the art once I was there, but I did enjoy an exhibit (?) called Farewell to Surrealsim that had an entire building to itself but only occupied one smallish room. And when I was looking for the Robert Mapplethorpe stuff (there's also currently a Mapplethorpe exhibit at LACMA - he's so hot in LA right now!) I ended up seeing a lot of things I hadn't heard of but enjoyed. So maybe that's the game they're playin'.
Indifferent, but distanced perfectly / Projected endlessly / It's so fucking beautiful!
Standing in front of something.
What I was standing in front of.
DISPATCHES FROM THE VOID
A peaceful view before a terrifying night.