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Los Angeles, CA 



Larchmont Chronicle

Permanence and renewal expressed in marcino Art Foundation 

August 29, 2019

Marciano Art Foundation

Unpacking: The Marciano Collection - Behind the Scenes 

August 12, 2017

The Architects Newspaper

Why subtly transforms historic Masonic Temple to house Marciano Art Foundation

August 2, 2017


Architectural Record

Marciano Art Foundation by wHY

July 1, 2017

Art Forum

Guest of GUESS

May 28, 2017

Curbed Los Angeles 

Marciano Art Foundation: LA's bold new museum is now open

May 25, 2017

Los Angeles Times

L.A.'s newest museum, the Marciano Art Foundation, will open May 25

May 20, 2017

LA Weekly 

A Long-Closed Masonic Temple on Wilshire Has Become a Dystopian

May 19, 2017

TimeOut Los Angeles

Contemporary art and Freemasonry collide at the new Marciano Art Foundation

May 18, 2017 

The New York Times

L.A. Reincarnation: New Art Spaces in Vintage Settings

May 18, 2017

Los Angeles Times 

L.A.'s Marciano art museum will debut May 25. But first: A sneak peek

May 11, 2017 

art ltd.

Collecting: Marciano Art Foundation

May 1, 2017

Los Angeles Magazine

A New House of Worship

May 2017

Los Angeles Magazine 

Tickets for the New Marciano Museum Are Now Available, and They’re Free

April 21, 2017

The Wall Street Journal

Guess Co-Founder Maurice Marciano is Opening LA’s Newest Museum

November 28, 2016

Art News

Philipp Kaiser Will Curate First Show at Marciano Foundation’s L.A. Museum, Will Open in Early 2017

May 19, 2016


The collection contains works by well-established, mid-career and emerging artists, predominantly from the 1990s to present. It is the Marcianos’ desire to share such forward-thinking and dynamic artworks with Los Angeles—their home for the past 35 years—as well as with the rest of the world. By opening up their collection to the public, it is their hope that the public will be inspired to appreciate and engage in the transformative power of contemporary art. The experimental approach MAF embraces, allows the foundation to continuously re-imagine itself and change shape in response to new developments in the world of contemporary art. Not only does the Foundation provide a venue to display the collection publicly, it also serves as an experimental forum for artists to develop new concepts, installations, and exhibitions. For more information, please click here to view the full website.

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