On view through November 2019 at Petersen Automotive Museum
Electric bikes are all the rage these days -- or at least, that’s what Silicon Valley startups think when a new fleet of bikes magically pops-up on the streets each week. Fittingly, Electric Revolution is an exhibit dedicated to all things electric motorcycles. Viewers will go back in time, learn the history of the electric bike, the craftsmanship that it requires and the future of bike designs.
Cost: General Admission is $16
On view through December 8 at LACMA
Japanese people -- like pretty much everyone else -- love animals. They have cafes dedicated to them, they pamper their dogs better than most humans groom themselves, and they have a deep respect for their place in nature. That love of animals translates into the country’s artwork, as well, as you can see for yourself in the ongoing Every Living Thing: Animals in Japanese Art exhibit at LACMA. Lions, dogs, cats, dragons, insects, and more are featured in the nearly 200 pieces on display, which include ceramics, metalwork, and woodblock prints.
Cost: General Admission is $25
On view through January 6 at the GRAMMY Museum
A five-year project in the making, Face the Music is the brainchild of photographer Richard Ehrlich, who wanted to capture the facial expressions of iconic artists when listening to their favorite songs. The photography exhibit features 41 famous faces, like Sheryl Crow, Quincy Jones, and Michael Bublé.
Cost: General Admission is $12
On view through January 19 at MOCA
To celebrate the DTLA museum’s 40th Anniversary, The Foundation of the Museum: MOCA’s Collection is a compilation of artwork that spans MOCA’s eclectic collection over the last four decades, most of which has been influenced by its LA surroundings.
Cost: General Admission is $15
On view through January 20 at Natural History Museum
For all the climate change naysayers, this exhibit might make you think twice. Award-winning photographer Diane Tuft made the trek to the frozen continent to capture Antarctica's natural beauty in this captivating exhibit called Frozen in Time: Images of Antarctica.
Cost: General Admission is $14 (if booked online)