The Huntington Library, Art Collections and Botanical Gardens in San Marino will welcoming a range of new exhibits this fall.
Three current shows, “Visual Voyages, Images of Latin American Nature from Columbus to Darwin,” “Guillermo Galindo – Human Nature: Sonic Beauty” and “Nuestro Mundo,” which are part of the Getty’s Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA initiative, are about to be joined by four displays with four very different themes.
“We are presenting a quite extraordinary variety of special exhibitions at the Huntington this fall,” interim president of the Huntington Steve Hindle said. “Only the Huntington could offer a major international exhibition of images of Latin American nature at the same time as one that marks the anniversary of the Protestant Reformation, even as we stage other shows that range from a close look at the process behind American artist Frederick Hammersley’s abstract painting to three separate installations of new works by contemporary artists. And on top of all of that, there’s a beautiful jewel box of an exhibition focused on one of the most significant private collections of Tiffany glass vases in the nation. With all of this going on, we hope that visitors find enchantment and inspiration – or just have a great time – at the Huntington in the coming months.”