Fowler Museum at UCLA

308 Charles E. Young Dr. N. Los Angeles CA

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This museum specializes in historical and contemporary works from Africa, Asia, the Pacific, and the Americas.

The Fowler Museum at UCLA

A small but enticing museum built of red brick in the Romanesque-style on the UCLA campus, the Fowler displays an intriguing permanent collection of cultural objects from around the world. Excellent changing exhibits, such as the intriguing Spirits in the Loom and the eccentric Making Strange: Gagawaka + Postmortem by Vivan Sundaram shown in the past, make this establishment cutting edge. Steps away from the Fowler Museum, the Franklin Murphy Sculpture Garden is where brown squirrels, faculty, students and visitors share the green quads with works by Rodin, Calder, Hepworth, Maillol and many others. Deborah Butterfield's horse sculpture and the series of bronze reliefs by Matisse on the façade of Dickson Art Center are stunning. The Fowler Building is on the north campus between Royce Hall and the Dance Building.

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308 Charles E. Young Dr. N. Los Angeles CA 90024 U.S.


310-825-4361 Attraction’s Website

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