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Los Angeles, CA | Cedars-Sinai Art Collection Tour
February 12 | 11:00 am – 12:00 pm
Join ArtTable for an intimate, curator-led tour of Cedars-Sinai Medical Center’s famous Art Collection. The Collection hosts an impressive 4,000 works of art including paintings from Roy Lichtenstein to sculptures by Claes Oldenburg and drawings by Ed Ruscha. The works are displayed throughout the corridors of the hospital with the tour highlighting a selection of works currently on view on the North Tower Plaza Level, in the Advanced Health Sciences Pavilion, and, weather permitting, in the Healing Gardens. Learn the rich history of how this collection came to be and since then, how art has been vital to the mission statement at Cedars-Sinai.
Our tour will be led by John Lange, Curator of Cedars-Sinai’s Art Collection.
Please note, masks are required to ensure the safety of Cedars-Sinai’s patients, staff, and visitors. Cedars-Sinai requires all visitors to bring an ID for check-in. Complimentary parking validation is included; instructions will be shared with all registrants.
- ArtTable Members – $15
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Special thanks to Cedars-Sinai, Felice Axelrod, and Jane Glassman for organizing this program.
John T. Lange has served as Curator of the Art Collection at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center since 2003. In consultation with the Medical Center’s board, Lange has grown the Collection to over 5,250 works of modern and contemporary sculpture, painting, drawing, and video art, the vast majority of which is on display at any given time. His work at Cedars-Sinai has been highlighted by CBS News, CNBC, HuffPost, and Los Angeles Magazine. A graduate of the Tyler School of Art at Temple University, Lange is also a working artist and designer, with recent work exploring the power of landscape as subject matter and as metaphor.
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