Full Circle: A Return to the Land

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. November 13, 2021 – March 13, 2022 . Full Circle: A Return to the Land, on display at the Sturt Haaga Gallery from Nov 13, 2021 to March 13, 2022, chronicles human interaction with the land including and surrounding Descanso Gardens. The gardens grew out of a purchase of 165 acres of undeveloped land …

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Castle Garden

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. June 28 – September 19, 2021 Through contemporary artwork, videos and historic materials, Castle Garden will explore how, over the centuries, plants and gardens have played a vital role in communicating our identity and culture. The exhibition runs from June 28–September 19, 2021, and will also address the impact of non-native species on local …

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fruiting bodies

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November 18, 2019 – April 5, 2020 . Connecting plants, animals and Descanso Gardens, Los Angeles-based artist Jessica Rath and curator Pamela Bailey Lewis will present the first major survey of Rath’s contemporary works of art and her exploration of the human manipulation of agriculture and food production. fruiting bodies will be on display in the Sturt …

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Shine a Light

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JULY 15 – OCTOBER 27, 2019 . For almost a year, interdisciplinary artist Carole Kim has been working in Descanso Gardens as its first artist-in-residence. The results of her work will be on display at the new Shine a Light exhibition at the Sturt Haaga Gallery from July 15 – October 27, 2019. Shine a …

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Unusual Views

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February 11 – June 9, 2019 . Descanso Gardens has a long history of presenting art in the Gardens. From exhibitions mounted in the old garage and the Hospitality House to “arts and craft faires,” photography competitions and “Art Under the Oaks,” there have been many opportunities to enjoy high quality artwork from talented artists …

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La Reina de Los Ángeles

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SEPTEMBER 17, 2018 – JANUARY 13, 2019 Without the Los Angeles River, there would quite simply be no Los Angeles. While the precise geography is unknown, historians have estimated it’s changed course at least nine times in the first half of the nineteenth century alone. Today, less than 150 years into the life of our …

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