LACMA to Reopen in July
|Telsa Cybertruck at Petersen Automotive Museum. David Rand photo via CleanTechnica|
The Petersen Automotive Museum opened last weekend, offering masked selfies with a suitably post-apocalyptic Tesla Cybertruck. Meanwhile LAist has word from Michael Govan that LACMA will open in July, "possibly as soon as July 6th." Visitors will be limited by timed admissions and follow social distancing protocols. The Luchita Hurtado show, shut by the lockdown, is to be extended, and the Yoshitomo Nara exhibition will debut at the reopening.
Many restaurants are reopening, and presumably gallery going is less risky than sit-down dining (where masks must be removed). But there's no reassurance in recent health department statistics. Yesterday new COVID cases in California spiked to 6492, half again larger than the previous record (set only five days before).
|Luchita Hurtado, Untitled (Moth Lights), about 1975|