Los Angeles

Artworks are listed by the following districts and their neighborhoods:
Downtown:  Bunker Hill, Chinatown, Civic Center, El Pueblo, Historic Core, 
Little Toyko, 
South Park, Taylor Junction, University Park
East Los Angeles and North-East Los Angeles:  Boyle Heights, Brooklyn Heights, 
City Terrace,  
East Los Angeles, Montecito Heights, Lincoln Heights, Mt. Washington, Ramona Gardens
Echo Park and Westlake:  Echo Park, Historic Filipinotown, Koreatown, Lafayette Park, 
MacArthur Park, Mission Junction, Pico-Union 
Greater Hollywood:  East Hollywood, Hollywood (not including the City of West Hollywood) 
Harbor Area:  San Pedro, Wilmington
Los Feliz and 
Silver Lake:  Angelino Heights, Atwater Village, Cypress Park, Eagle Rock, Elysian Valley, Glassell Park, Glendale Junction, 
Highland Park, Los Feliz, Montecito Heights, Mount Washington, North-East Los Angeles, Silver Lake
San Fernando Valley:  Canoga Park, Chatsworth, Encino, North Hollywood, Northridge, 
San Fernando, Sherman Village, 
Studio City, Sylmar, Tarzana, Valley Glen, 
Van Nuys, 
Woodland Hills
South Los Angeles: Athens, Central Alameda, Crenshaw, Exposition Park, 
Florence-Graham, 
Hyde Park, 
Jefferson Park, Leimert Park, McManus, 
South Los Angeles, 
View Park - Windsor Hills, 
Watts, 
West Athens, Willowbrook
Westside:  Brentwood, Mar Vista, Palms, Playa Del Rey, Playa Vista, Sawtelle, Venice, Westchester and LAX, West Los Angeles, Westwood
Wilshire:  Beverlywood, Beverly Grove, Century City, Cheviot Hills, Country Club Park, Faircrest Heights, Fairfax District, Hancock Park, Miracle Mile, Pico-Robertson, Rancho Park 

Artworks listed with PA have been publicly funded through local public art programs.
 


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Los Angeles

(Downtown)

 
11-foot by 3-foot painted bronze sculpture"La Caresse d'un Oiseau" (1967) by Joan Miróinterior lobby, south entrance to Wells Fargo Center, 333 S. Grand Avenue, Bunker Hill, Los Angeles  
Los Angeles

(Downtown) 
10-ton bronze sculpture "Peace on Earth" (1969) by Jacques Lipchitz  Music Center Plaza, 241 N. Hope Street, Bunker Hill, Los Angeles
 
 

Los Angeles 

(Downtown)

26-foot stainless steel kinetic sculpture

“Aquarius” (1969) by Jerome Kirk  PA

outdoor plaza level (Union Bank building), 445 S. Figueroa Street, Bunker Hill, Los Angeles


Los Angeles

(Downtown)

63-foot painted carbon plate steel sculpture

“Four Arches” (1973) by Alexander Calder  PA

plaza, 333 S. Hope Street, Bunker Hill, Los Angeles


Los Angeles

(Downtown) 
20-foot by 30-foot diameter painted steel sculpture
 
"Double Ascension" (1973) by Herbert Bayer
 
515 S. Flower Street, Bunker Hill, Los Angeles  
Los Angeles

(Downtown)
 
25-foot by 5-foot Cor-Ten steel sculpture "Pre-Natal Memories" (circa 1980) by Mark di Suvero  north end of California Plaza east of Grand Avenue, Bunker Hill, Los Angeles  

Los Angeles

(Downtown)

105½-inch by 8-foot cast bronze sculpture

“Dance Door” (1978, installed 1982) by Robert Graham

Music Center Plaza, 135 N. Grand Avenue, Bunker Hill, Los Angeles


Los Angeles

(Downtown)

4 burnished sheet stainless steel sculptures


“North, East, South, West” (1981) by Michael Heizer  PA

plaza/forecourt, Citigroup Center, 444 S. Flower Street, Bunker Hill, Los Angeles



Los Angeles

(Downtown)

8-foot by 4-foot by 3-foot cast bronze sculpture, tiled pool

[untitled] (1981) by Sheldon Caris  PA

plaza, 710 W. First Street,  Bunker Hill, Los Angeles


Los Angeles

(Downtown)

45-foot painted steel sculpture

“Shoshone” (1982) by Mark Di Suvero  PA

concourse level (near Bonaventure Hotel), 444 S. Flower Street, Bunker Hill, Los Angeles



Los Angeles

(Downtown)

105 1/2-inch by 8-foot cast bronze sculpture "Dance Door" (1978; installed 1982) by Robert Graham  Music Center Plaza, 135 N. Grand Avenue, Bunker Hill, Los Angeles  
Los Angeles

(Downtown)

 
6-foot by 4-foot by 3-foot limestone sculpture "Three Graces" (1963;
installed 1996) by Julie
MacDonald
 
courtyard, YMCA of Metro Los Angeles, 401 S. Hope Street, Bunker Hill, Los Angeles 



 

Los Angeles

(Downtown)

2 6-foot by 20-foot by 10-foot steel sculptures


  PA

upper plaza level (Citicorp Center), 444 S. Flower Street, Bunker Hill, Los Angeles


Los Angeles

(Downtown)
8-foot by 8-foot by 6-foot cast bronze sculpture; 8-foot black marble base

"Salmon Run" (1982) by Christopher Keene  

corner of Manulife Plaza, 515 S. Figueroa Street, Bunker Hill, Los Angeles  


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Christopher Keene 

Los Angeles

(Downtown)

4 cast bronze sculptures within fountains

“Fountain Figures I, II, III, and IV” (female athletes) (1983, 1987) by Robert Graham  PA

Fountain Court, Wells Fargo Center, 333 S. Grand Avenue, Bunker Hill, Los Angeles



 
Los Angeles

(Downtown) 

3-piece steel and stone sculpture "Sierra Leone" (1983) by Woods Davy plaza, 333 S. Hope Street, Bunker Hill, Los Angeles  

Los Angeles

(Downtown)

22-foot painted fiberglass and aluminum panel sculpture


“Long Beach XXIII” (1984) 
by Frank Stella  PA

partially exterior wall adjacent to Citibank Center entrance (near the rear of the mezzanine stairs), 444 S. Flower Street, Bunker Hill, Los Angeles


Los Angeles

(Downtown)

30-foot by 20-foot by 9-foot aluminum and steel sculpture

“Night Sail” (1985) by Louise Nevelson  PA

plaza between office towers, 333 S. Grand Avenue, Bunker Hill, Los Angeles


Los Angeles

(Downtown)

13-foot by 18-foot by 8-foot painted bronze sculpture

“Sequi” (1985) by Nancy Graves

Crocker Court, 333 S. Grand Avenue, Bunker Hill, Los Angeles


Los Angeles

(Downtown)

8-foot cast bronze sculpture mounted on 16-foot conical base

“Handstand” (1986) by Milton Hebald  PA

west side of courtyard, YMCA of Metro Los Angeles, 401 S. Hope Street, Bunker Hill, Los Angeles



Los Angeles

(Downtown)

20-foot by 20-foot stainless steel and bronze sculpture


(1986) by Gidon Graetz  PA

courtyard, YMCA of Metro Los Angeles, 401 S. Hope Street, Bunker Hill, Los Angeles



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Los Angeles

(Downtown)

10-foot by 6-foot bronze sculpture

“Olympiade '84” (1986) by Milton Hebald  PA

Hope Street courtyard entrance, YMCA of Metro Los Angeles, 401 S. Hope Street, Bunker Hill, Los Angeles



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Los Angeles

(Downtown)

painted steel and concrete sculpture

“Uptown Rocker” (1986) by Lloyd Hamrol  PA

Fourth Street at Grand Avenue, Bunker Hill, Los Angeles


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Los Angeles

(Downtown)
 
96 cm by 180 cm by 43 cm stainless steel and bronze sculpture "Compositoin in Stainless Steel and Bronze No. Eleven" (1987) by Gidon Graetz  



west side of courtyard, YMCA of Metro Los Angeles, 401 S. Hope Street, Bunker Hill, Los Angeles   

Los Angeles

(Downtown)

9 granite, stainless steel, and glass lampposts

“Grand Promenade Torches” (1988) by Michael Davis  PA

plaza area, 255 Grand Avenue, Bunker Hill, Los Angeles


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Los Angeles

(Downtown)

44-foot painted steel sculpture

“Ulysses” (1988) by Alexander Liberman  PA

plaza entrance at Hope Street, 400 S. Hope Street, Bunker Hill, Los Angeles



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Los Angeles

(Downtown)

mosaic ceramic tile mural/ lunette


“Gardens of Chenonceaux” (1989) by Joyce Kozloff  PA

lunette wall niche facing Seventh Street, 660 S. Figueroa Street, Bunker Hill, Los Angeles


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Los Angeles

(Downtown)

mosaic ceramic tile mural/ lunette


“Gardens of Villandry”
(1989) by Joyce Kozloff  PA

lunette wall niche facing Figueroa Street, 660 S. Figueroa Street, Bunker Hill, Los Angeles


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Los Angeles

(Downtown)

polished granite bollard sculptures and etched images, with poetry inscription

“Once There Was a Forest” (1989) by James Surls; poetry by Robert Creeley  PA

sidewalk and plaza area, 725 S. Figueroa Street, Bunker Hill, Los Angeles


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Los Angeles

(Downtown)

cast bronze sculpture

“Corporate Head” (1990) by Terry Allen; poetry by Philip Levine  PA

725 S. Figueroa Street (Citicorp Plaza), Bunker Hill, Los Angeles


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Los Angeles

(Downtown)

building-mounted bronze panels with poetry inscriptions

“Natural Instincts” (1990) by Joe Fay; poetry by Gary Soto  PA

725 S. Figueroa Street (Citicorp Plaza), Bunker Hill, Los Angeles


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Los Angeles

(Downtown)

4 building-mounted copper sheets, with stencil-cut poetry

“Overall” (1990) by Lawrence Wiener, poetry by Carolyn Kiser  PA

above the top flight of escalators and stairs (Citicorp Plaza), 725 S. Figueroa Street, Bunker Hill, Los Angeles


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Los Angeles

(Downtown)

2 seating wall-mounted bronze sculptures with poetry inscriptions


“The Public Abandons Philosophy; Pigeons Acquire Philosophy” (1990) by David Gihooly; poetry by Robert Mezey  PA  

725 S. Figueroa Street (Citicorp Plaza), Bunker Hill, Los Angeles


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Los Angeles

(Downtown)

ceiling mural

“City Above” (1991) by Terry Schoonhoven  PA

above escalators, Figueroa Street entrance to 7th/Metro Metrorail Station, 660 S. Figueroa Street, Bunker Hill, Los Angeles


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Los Angeles

(Downtown)

fountain with 2 32-foot bronze sculptures and gas flame


“L.A. Prime Matter”
(1991) by Eric Orr

Sanwa Bank Plaza, Figueroa Street and Wilshire Boulevard, Bunker Hill, Los Angeles


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Los Angeles

(Downtown)

30 11-inch granite pavement plaques with poetry inscriptions

“Walk Earth Talk” (1991) by April Greiman; poetry by Lucille Clifton  PA

725 S. Figueroa Street (Citicorp Plaza), Bunker Hill, Los Angeles


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Los Angeles

(Downtown)

7-foot steel door frame sculpture


“Portals to Poetry” (1992) 
by George Herms; poetry by Charles Simic  PA

south end of plaza, 725 S. Figueroa Street (Citicorp Plaza), Bunker Hill, Los Angeles


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Los Angeles

(Downtown)

cast bronze sculpture on 12-foot pedestal; granite base; circular pool

“Source Figure” (1992) by Robert Graham  PA

Library Tower plaza at top of stairs, 633 W. Fifth Street, Bunker Hill, Los Angeles



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Los Angeles

(Downtown)

fountain and stage

“Water Court” (1992) by WET Design  PA

California Plaza, Hill Street Bridge and Fourth Street, Bunker Hill, Los Angeles


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Los Angeles

(Downtown)

 
5-foot by 6-foot wood and steel sculpture "Endangered" (1992) by Mark Stasz  west side of courtyard, YMCA of Metro Los Angeles, 401 S. Hope Street, Bunker Hill, Los Angeles



 

Los Angeles

(Downtown)

2 2-foot by 110-foot hand-painted ceramic tile murals


Joyce Kozloff  PA

interior west and east platforms, 7thStreet/Metro Center Station, 660 S. Figueroa Street, Bunker Hill,  Los Angeles



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Los Angeles

(Downtown)

cast glass pavement insets with fiber optic lighting and inscribed poetry

“Puddles” (1995) by Peter Alexander  PA

725 S. Figueroa Street (Citicorp Plaza), Bunker Hill, Los Angeles


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Los Angeles

(Downtown)

sculptural bicycle racks

“Bike Stops Here” (1996) by SCI-Arc and Paul Benigno  PA

Arco Plaza, 515 S. Flower Street, Bunker Hill, Los Angeles


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Los Angeles

(Downtown)
 
cast bronze and stainless steel sculpture "Alchemy of the Human Spirit" (1999) by Michael Zapponi  courtyard, YMCA of Metro Los Angeles, 401 S. Hope Street, Bunker Hill, Los Angeles  

Los Angeles

(Downtown)

sculptural doors


“Great Bronze Doors”
(2002) by Robert Graham, associated artists

entrance, Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels, 555 W. Temple Street, Bunker Hill, Los Angeles


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Los Angeles

(Downtown)

8-foot bronze sculpture

“Our Lady of the Angeles"  (2002) by Robert Graham

above bronze entrance doors, Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels, 555 W. Temple Street, Bunker Hill, Los Angeles


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Los Angeles

(Downtown)

sculptural concrete seating

“Plantings” (2002) by Kipp Kobayashi, Marta Perlas, and Noel Korten  PA

7th Street/Metro Center Station, 660 S. Figueroa Street, Bunker Hill, Los Angeles


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Los Angeles

(Downtown)


25-foot by 65-foot metal composite sculpture of 1,000 pounds of scrap airplane parts and stainless steel wire
 
"Airplane Parts" or "Chas" (2003) by Nancy Rubins  courtyard south of Museum of Modern Art, 250 S. Grand Avenue, Bunker Hill, Los Angeles   
Los Angeles

(Downtown)

 
27-foot kinetic sculpture of 48 aluminum panels, mounted on a 5-foot by 2-foot by 2-foot concrete pedestal
 
"Intermittant Constancy" (2015) by Paul Chilkov  PA at bike racks near The Emerson Apartments, 225 S. Grand Avenue, Bunker Hill, Los Angeles 

Los Angeles

(Downtown)

12-foot by 12-foot Nova Color acrylic mural

“Chinese Celestial Dragon” (1941) by Tyrus Wong, restored in the 1970s and in 1984 by Fu-Ding Cheng

building exterior at rear entrance (United Savings Bank), 951 N. Broadway, Chinatown, Los Angeles



Los Angeles

(Downtown) 
6-foot by 4-foot bronze statue; 6-foot platform and pedestal "Sun Yat-sen" (c. 1960) [artist unknown] Central Plaza, between Broadway and Hill Street, Chinatown, Los Angeles


 
 
Los Angeles

(Downtown) 
10-foot bronze sculpture, 5-foot pedestal"Jeanne d'Arc" (Joan of Arc) (1964) [artist unknown in front of the Pacific Alliance Medical Center, 531 W. College Street, Chinatown, Los Angeles  



 

Los Angeles

(Downtown)

mural

[untitled; Five Children] (1976) by Leo Politi

exterior near entrance, Castelar Street School, 840 Yale Street (between College and Vignes), Chinatown, Los Angeles


Los Angeles

(Downtown)

gateway with 3 brass panels

“The Elements” (1989) by Dora de Larios  PA

entrance to Bamboo Plaza, 988 N. Hill Street, ChinatownLos Angeles


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Los Angeles

(Downtown)

8-foot by 15-foot fence-mounted mixed-media sculpture

“Listening for the Trains to Come” (1992) by May Sun  PA

parking lot entrance to Chinatown Professional and Medical Center, 965 Adobe Street, Chinatown, Los Angeles


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Los Angeles

(Downtown)

painted steel fountain sculpture, concrete pool


“Water Lens Tower” (1992) by
Carl Cheng  PA

NOTE:  Access to this sculpture is limited, and the sculpture and pool appear to be under repair. 

parking lot corner of Kaiser Mental Health facility, 765 W. College Avenue, Chinatown,  Los Angeles


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Los Angeles

(Downtown)

8-foot by 10-foot painted cylinder sculpture

“Together: Working Toward a Flourishing Society” (1995) by Christina Miguel Mullen and students from Lincoln, Belmont, Marshall and Bravo Medical Magnet High Schools

side entrance of the Chinatown Annex at Broadway Street, 300 Cesar Chavez Avenue, Chinatown, Los Angeles



Los Angeles

(Downtown)

station art:  34-foot railroad track sculpture; 16-foot diameter granite inlay dial with compass; sculptural benches; granite pavers, Chinese bell supported by two carved stone pillars


 (2003) by Chusien Chang  PA

Metro Gold Line Chinatown Station, 901 N. Spring Street, Chinatown, Los Angeles



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Los Angeles

(Downtown) 
7-foot metal statue "Bruce Lee" (2013) [artist unknown; from Guangzhou, China] Central Plaza, between Broadway and Hill Street, Chinatown, Los Angeles


 
 
Los Angeles

(Downtown)

 
3 building-mounted ceramic tile mosaic panelsCHINATOWN MOSAICS: "Picture of Viewing Waterfalls in Summer Mountains", "Palace in Heaven", "Four Beauties Catching Swimming Fish" (circa 1968) (artist unknown: Hong Kong)
 
913 N. Broadway Street, Chinatown, Los Angeles   
Los Angeles

(Downtown)

 
metal banding encircling fruit trees and inscribed with quotes from local community members
  
"Monument to Sharing" (2017) by Fallen Fruit organization orange grove, Los Angeles State Historic Park, 1245 N. Spring Street, Chinatown, Los Angeles   
Los Angeles

(Downtown)
 

57.5-inch by 36.25-inch by 39.5-inch 2-piece mirror-fininsh steel and concrete sculpture with hand engraving

"Origins" (Los Angeles River 1815/1825) (2017) by Debra Scacco  PA Los Angeles State Historic Park, 1245 N. Spring Street, Chinatown, Los Angeles   
Los Angeles

(Downtown)

approx. 15-foot by 20-foot diameter bronze "figurative gazebo" sculpture
 
"Psychic Body Grotto" (2017) by Anna Sew Hoy  PA Los Angeles State Historic Park, 1245 N. Spring Street, Chinatown, Los Angeles   

Los Angeles

(Downtown)

ceiling mural

[untitled; signs of the zodiac] (1928) by Anthony Heinsbergen

interior, third floor, east lobby, Los Angeles City Hall, 200 N. Spring Street, Civic Center, Los Angeles




 
Los Angeles

(Downtown)

life-size bronze statue on 3-foot by 3-foot granite pedestal"George Washington"  [copy of 1796 original] (1933) by Jean-Antoine HoudonGrand Park, Civic Center, Los AngelesAdditional info.:

Los Angeles

(Downtown)

mural

“Spanish American Ranchos” (1938) by Lucien Labaudt

interior lobby, U.S. Federal Courthouse, 312 N. Spring Street, Civic Center, Los Angeles



Los Angeles

(Downtown)

6-foot by 36-foot steel, copper, aluminum and glass mosaic mural

[title unknown] (circa 1955) by Joseph L. Young

interior lobby, Parker Center, 150 N. Los Angeles Street, Civic Center, Los Angeles


Los Angeles

(Downtown) 
14-foot building-mounted bronze sculpture "The Family Protected by the Police" (1955) by Bernard Rosenthal, Welton Becket & Associates, and J. E. Stanton   entrance, Parker Center, 150 N. Los Angeles Street, Civic Center, Los Angeles

Los Angeles

(Downtown)

3 building-mounted terra cotta figures

“Foundations of the Law” (“Mosaic Law,” “Magna Carta,” “Declaration of Independence”) (1956) by Albert Stewart

exterior façade, Grand Ave. entrance, Stanley Mosk Courthouse, 111 N. Hill Street, Civic Center, Los Angeles



Los Angeles

(Downtown)

building-mounted terra cotta bas relief sculpture

“Justice” (1956) by Donal Hord

exterior wall of Hill Street entrance, Stanley Mosk Courthouse, 111 N. Hill Street, Civic Center, Los Angeles



Los Angeles

(Downtown)

bronze bust sculpture

“Lincoln” (1958) by Emil Seletz

interior second floor lobby, Kenneth Hahn Hall of Administration, 500 West Temple Street, Civic Center, Los Angeles



Los Angeles

(Downtown)

2 16-foot by 5-foot by 3-foot building-mounted gold-glazed terra cotta sculptures 



“The Law Givers” ("Mosaic Law" and "Declaration of Independence") by Albert Stewart  

exterior southern façade, south side of Kenneth Hahn Hall of Administration building facing Grand Park, Civic Center, Los Angeles


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Los Angeles

(Downtown)

bronze bust


“Lincoln the Lawyer”
(1961) by Robert Merrell Gage

exterior north-east corner, Stanley Mosk Courthouse, 111 North Hill Street, Civic Center, Los Angeles


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Los Angeles

(Downtown)

20-foot by 80-foot high-relief granite and tile mosaic mural


“Topographical Map”
(1962) by Joseph L. Young

exterior north façade, Hall of Records, 320 West Temple Street, Civic Center, Los Angeles


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Los Angeles

(Downtown)

24-foot by 29-foot Byzantine mosaic mural

“Celebration of our Homeland” (1964) by Richard Haines

exterior of Los Angeles Federal building, 300 N. Los Angeles Street, Civic Center, Los Angeles



Los Angeles

(Downtown)

24-foot by 29-foot Byzantine mosaic mural

“Recognition of All Foreign Lands” (1964) by Richard Haines

exterior of Los Angeles Federal building, 300 N. Los Angeles Street, Civic Center, Los Angeles



Los Angeles

(Downtown)

9-foot bronze statue

“Joseph Scott” (1967) by Carl Romanelli and Cataldo Papaleo

exterior north-east corner, Stanley Mosk Courthouse, 111 North Hill Street, Civic Center, Los Angeles


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Los Angeles

(Downtown)

near life-size bronze statue on a 3-foot polished granite pedestal

"Christopher Columbus"  (1973) by Francesco PerottiGrand Park, Civic Center, Los AngelesAdditional info.:

Los Angeles

(Downtown)

2 17-foot by 40-foot mosaic tile murals

[untitled] or “World Cultures and America” and "The Family of Man" (circa 1973) by Millard Sheets

exterior entrances at Main Street and Los Angeles Street, Los Angeles City Hall East, 200 N. Main Street, Civic Center, Los Angeles



Los Angeles

(Downtown)

bronze sculpture, pedestal with bronze plaque"Vietnam Memorial" (1973) by Frank AckermanCivic Center Mall between Hill Street and Broadway, Grand Park, Civic Center, Los AngelesPhotos, additional information:
Los Angeles

(Downtown)
60-foot by 20-foot 60-ton kinetic sculpture with lighting display "Triforium" (1975) by Joseph L. Young  Fletcher Bowrun Square, corner of Temple Avenue and Main Street, Civic Center, Los Angeles  



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Wikipedia 

Los Angeles

(Downtown)

6 ceiling-suspended fiberglass sculptures

“I Dreamed I Could Fly” (1993) by Jonathan Borofsky

interior, above station platform, Metro Red Line Civic Center/Grand Park Station, 101 S. Hill Street, Civic Center, Los Angeles


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Los Angeles

(Downtown)

sculptural bicycle racks

“Bike Stops Here” (1996) by SCI-Arc and Patrick Bambrough  PA

Los Angeles Times Square, Times West, 202 West First Street, Civic Center, Los Angeles


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Los Angeles

(Downtown)

4 sculptural granite benches


“Civic Center Benches”
(2004) by Peter Reiquam   PA

interior, on station platform, Metro Red Line Civic Center Station, 101 S. Hill Street, Civic Center, Los Angeles


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Los Angeles

(Downtown)

160-foot curved Venetian glass, tile, and granite mosaic mural

interior, at First and Hill Street entrance, Metro Red Line Civic Center Station, 101 S. Hill Street, Civic Center, Los Angeles


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Los Angeles

(Downtown)

photographs, tapestries, glass panels"Clara Shortridge Foltz  Memorial" (2008) by Susan Schwartzenberg  PAnorth and south walls, interior doorways and partitions, Clara Shortridge Foltz Criminal Justice Center, 210 W. Temple Street, Civic Center, Los AngelesPhotos, additional information:
Los Angeles

(Downtown)
translucent glass panel mural "Unity Through Diversity Public and Private Work and Play" (2009) by Cha-Rie Tang   PA interior, customer service center reception desk, Hahn Hall of Administration, 500 W. Temple Street, Civic Center, Los Angeles Photo, additional information:
Los Angeles County Arts Commission  
Los Angeles

(Downtown)
    
8 bronze sculptures "sixbeastsandtwomonkeys" (2009) by Peter Shelton  PA  Promenade Park, Police Administration Building, Spring Street between First Street and Second Street, 100-120 S. Spring Street, Civic Center, Los Angeles  




Los Angeles

(Downtown) 
station art:  52 glass mosaic murals "People Portraits:  in creativity; performing; sports and fashion" (2010) by Faith Ringgold  PA  

interior, Civic Center/Grand Park Station, Hill Street between First Street and Temple Street, Civic Center, Los Angeles, CA  90012 

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Los Angeles County MTA  
Los Angeles

(Downtown) 
two 100-foot steel, aluminum, concrete, stainless steel cable-net sculptural pergola structures, with LED
lighting and electronics programming
 
"Gateway to Los Angeles" (2015) by Jenna Didier, Ned Kahn, and Oliver Hess
 
2 locations:
Los Angeles Street overpass at Highway 101, Civic Center, Los Angeles

Main Street overpass at Highway 101, Civic Center, Los Angeles
 
Additional info.:
Jenna Didier 
Los Angeles

(Downtown)
 
Ararat Valley volcanic tuff rock sculpture  Armenian Genocide Memorial (2016) by Vahaan Thomasian Grand Park near N. Hill Street, Civic Center, Los Angeles  

Los Angeles

(Downtown)

19.7-foot by 98.4-foot fresco on cement


"America Tropical" ("Tropical 

America”) (1932) by David
Alfaro Siqueiros, with 20 “Bloc of Mural Painters” 

Partially whitewashed:  1934
Completely whitewashed:  circa 1938
Documented, protected and conserved:  1971-2012
Re-opened to the public:  2012

second floor exterior wall, Italian Hall, Olvera Street, El Pueblo, Los Angeles


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Los Angeles

(Downtown)

7½-foot bronze statue

“Felipe de Neve” (1931) by Henry Lion

west side of Plaza Park, 125 Paseo De La Plaza, El Pueblo, Los Angeles


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Los Angeles

(Downtown)  
9-foot bronze  statue"Fr. Serra" (1934) by Ettore Cadorin  south side of Los Angeles Street between Aliso Street and Alameda Street, Father Serra Park, El Pueblo, Los Angeles Additional info.:
El Pueblo De Los Angeles Historical Monument   

Los Angeles

(Downtown)

78-foot by 45-foot terra cotta bas relief panel

“Fort Moore Pioneer Memorial” (1957) by Kazumi Adachi and Dike Nagano  PA

mounted on wall facing Hill Street, Hill Street and W. Cesar E. Chavez Avenue, El Pueblo, Los Angeles

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Los Angeles

(Downtown)

10-foot acrylic mural


“The Blessing of the Animals”
(1974-1978) by Leo Politi

exterior entrance, Eugene Biscailuz Building, Olvera Street, El Pueblo, Los Angeles


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Los Angeles

(Downtown)

10-foot statue/sculpture

“Carlos III” (1976, 1987) by Federico Coullaut-Valera

east side of Plaza Park, 125 Paseo De La Plaza, El Pueblo, Los Angeles


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Los Angeles

(Downtown)

8-foot by 44-foot ceramic tile mural

“Father Hildago in Front of the Church of Dolores” (or “Father Hildago Rang the Bells of Dolores”) (1979) by Eduardo Carrillo

Plaza Park, 125 Paseo De La Plaza, El Pueblo, Los Angeles


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Los Angeles

(Downtown)

7-foot by 11-foot Byzantine tesserae mural

“L’Annunciazione” (1981) by Isabel Piczek, after Ilario da Viterbo

exterior façade, Plaza Church, 535 N. Main Street, El Pueblo, Los Angeles


Los Angeles

(Downtown)

paint-on-aluminum mural


“LA: City of Angels” (1993) by Cynthia Carlson  PA 

interior, above escalators at west entrance to the Metro Red Line subway, Union Station, 800 N. Alameda Street, El Pueblo, Los Angeles



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Los Angeles

(Downtown)

10-foot by 26-foot terra-cotta tile mural

“Traveler” (1993) by Terry Schoonhoven  PA

interior, bottom of escalator at east entrance to Metro Red Line subway, Union Station, 800 N. Alameda Street, El Pueblo, Los Angeles


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Los Angeles

(Downtown)

granite chair sculptures

“Union Chairs” (1993) by Christopher Sproat  PA

interior, station platform, Metro Red Line subway, Union Station, 800 N. Alameda Street, El Pueblo, Los Angeles


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22-foot by 79-foot mural

“City of Dreams" (1996) by Richard Wyatt

interior, above Union Station West subway portal, 800 N. Alameda Street, El Pueblo, Los Angeles


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sculptural river of more than 200 paving elements; aquarium with etched walls and inset flooring images

"River of History" (1996) by May Sun interior, east lobby, Union Station, 800 N. Alameda Street, El Pueblo, Los AngelesAdditional info.:
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sculptural fountain with local historic objects and artifacts

“Riverbench” for "River of History"(1996) by May Sun and Paul Diez

interior, east lobby, Union Station, 800 N. Alameda Street, El Pueblo, Los Angeles


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12 vertical wall-mounted light sticks emitting light, sound and color patterns and historical images

"A-Train" (1996) by Bill Bell  PA interior, above East Portal escalators to the subway, Union Station, 800 N. Alameda Street, El Pueblo, Los Angeles Additional info.:
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glass mosaic mural"Solar Shift:  San Bernardino and Santa Monica" (2006) by Roy Nicholson  PA interior, above Metro Gold Line entry portal, Union Station, 800 N. Alameda Street, El Pueblo, Los Angeles 

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18-foot bronze statue on horseback "Antonio Aguilar" (installed 2012) by Dan Medina  PA El Pueblo De Los Angeles Historical Monument, 125 Paseo De La Plaza, El Pueblo, Los Angeles
 
 
     

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6 1/2-foot Vermont granite sculpture;
6-foot by 5-foot by 5-foot California granite pedestal (reduced from original 12-foot height)  

Spanish American War Memorial, Seventh Regiment Monument (1900) by architects S. M. Goddard and Kilpatrick (original sculptor unknown) 

NOTE:  This sculpture of a "regulation United States soldier standing at rest" is the oldest public artwork in the City of Los Angeles.
 
northeast garden, Pershing Square, 532 S. Olive Street, Historic Core, Los Angeles Additional info.:
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8-foot by 3-foot by 3-foot cast bronze soldier sculpture/statue, 12-foot by 6-foot granite pedestal; 2-foot by 3-foot cast bronze eagle sculpture
 
"The Doughboy" (also known as The Doughboy Monument) (dedicated in 1924) by Humberto Pendretti   northeast garden, Pershing Square, 532 S. Olive Street, Historic Core, Los Angeles Additional info.:
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various figurative and architectural limestone relief sculptures, with Latin quotations 

untitled, or "Light of Learning" (1926) by Lee Laurie  three exterior facades (Hope Street, Flower Street and Fifth Street) of Central Library, 630 W. Fifth Street, Historic Core, Los Angeles  Additional info.:
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7-foot by 3-foot marble, bronze and copper scupture "The Triumph of Civilization" or "Civilization" (circa 1926) by Lee Lawrie interior, north vestibule, Central Library, 630 W. Fifth Street, Historic Core, Los Angeles  Additional info.:
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two 5-foot by 6-foot by 3-foot black marble and bronze sculptures with Greek inscriptions 

"Two Sphinxes" (circa 1926) by Lee Lawrie  interior, north vestibule, Central Library, 630 W. Fifth Street, Historic Core, Los Angeles  Additional info.:
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approx. 12-foot diameter, 48-light, bronze and glass chandelier 

"Zodiac Chandelier" (circa 1926) by Lee Lawrie  interior, center of rotunda ceiling, Central Library, 630 W. Fifth Street, Historic Core, Los Angeles  Additional info.:
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oil paint stenciled rotunda ceiling untitled or "Rotunda Ceiling" (circa (1926) by Julian Garnsey  interior, rotunda ceiling, Central Library, 630 W. Fifth Street, Historic Core, Los Angeles  Additional info.:
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approx. 10-foot high mural wrapping around the room's entire upper perimeter

"Scenes From Ivanhoe" (1926) by Julian Garnsey and A. W. Parsons interior, Department of International Languages (formerly the Children's Reading Room), Bradley Wing, Central Library, 630 W. Fifth Street, Historic Core, Los Angeles  Additional info.:
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40-foot by 40-foot oil-on-canvas mural "Cabrillo's Discovery of California" or "The Era of Discovery" (1927-1932) by Dean Cornwell  interior, rotunda upper walls, Central Library, 630 W. Fifth Street, Historic Core, Los Angeles  Additional info.:
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40-foot by 40-foot oil-on-canvas mural "Building of the Missions" (1927-1932) by Dean Cornwell  interior, rotunda upper walls, Central Library, 630 W. Fifth Street, Historic Core, Los Angeles Additional info.:
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40-foot by 40-foot oil-on-canvas mural "Founding of the Pueblo De Los Angeles" (1927-1932) by Dean Cornwell interior, rotunda upper walls, Central Library, 630 W. Fifth Street, Historic Core, Los Angeles Additional info.:
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40-foot by 40-foot oil-on-canvas mural "Americanization of California" (1927-1932) by Dean Cornwell  interior, rotunda upper walls, Central Library, 630 W. Fifth Street, Historic Core, Los Angeles Additional info.:
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3 4-foot by 8-foot building-mounted polychrome tile panels

[untitled; allegorical figures “Truth,” “Perfection,” and “Fidelity”] (1928) by Hugo Ballin

433 S. Spring Street, Historic Core, Los Angeles



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12-foot by 200-foot multi-panel oil-on-canvas mural

scenes from California history (circa 1928; installed in the Hope Street tunnel entrance in 1928; re-installed in the History Room in 1929 to protect them from water damage) by Albert Herter

"The Landing of Cabrillo at Catalina Island" (west wall) 

"The Building of a Mission" (north wall) 

"Fiesta at a Mission" (north wall), 

"Raising the Flag at Monterey" (east wall), 

"Finding of Gold in '49" (east wall) 

"Relief Ship at San Diego" (south wall)


interior, History Room, Central Library, 630 W. Fifth Street,Historic Core, Los Angeles


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approx. 10-foot by 5-foot oil-on-canvas portrait mural "Jose Gaspar de Portola" (circa 1929) by Albert Herter interior, south wall of History Room, Central Library, 630 W. Fifth Street, Historic Core, Los Angeles

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approx. 10-foot by 5-foot oil-on-canvas portrait mural "Juan Bautista de Anza" (circa 1929) by Albert Herter interior, south wall of History Room, Central Library, 630 W. Fifth Street, Historic Core, Los Angeles
 
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7-foot cast bronze statue, 4-foot granite pedestal"Beethoven" (1932) by Arnold Foerster (in honor of William Andrews Clark, founder of the Los Angeles Philharmonic)
 
northeast garden, Pershing Square, 532 S. Olive Street, Historic Core, Los Angeles  

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15-foot by 53-foot terrazzo and cement mosaic floor mural

[untitled; 12 scenes from Los Angeles history] (1934) by Venetian Terrazzo and Mosaic Company

sidewalk outside of Clifton’s Cafeteria, 648 S. Broadway Street, Historic Core, Los Angeles

 

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11 tempera frescos

“Cultural Contributions of North, South and Central America” (1944) by Boris Deutsch

interior lobby, Terminal Annex Post Office, 900 N. Alameda Street, Historic Core, Los Angeles


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70-foot by 70-foot acrylic emulsion paint mural


“The Bride and Groom”
(1972-1976) by Kent Twitchell

northeast side of Victor Clothing Company building, 240 S. Broadway Avenue, Historic Core, Los Angeles



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36-foot by 135-foot acrylic mural

“Flow Inversion” (1974) by Judith Von Euer  PA

retaining wall, Harbor Freeway (110) and First Street, 100 N. Freemont Avenue, Historic Core, Los Angeles


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13-foot by 97-foot mosaic tile mural

“To Protect and to Serve” (1977) by Ben Meyer

exterior of Central Facilities Police building, 251 E. Sixth Street, Historic Core, Los Angeles



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8-foot by 120-foot acrylic mural


“Holistic Mural #2” (1982) by Betty Gold 

northbound Harbor Freeway (110) at Second Street underpass, Historic Core, Los Angeles




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24-foot by 207-foot silicate-on-concrete mural


“Galileo, Jupiter, Apollo”
(1983-1984; restored 2004) by John O. Wehrle

retaining wall, northbound Hollywood Freeway (101) at Spring Street, Historic Core, Los Angeles


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2 acrylic emulsion murals

“Seventh Street Altarpiece” [portraits of artists Lita Albuquerque and Jim Morphesis] (1983-1984) by Kent Twitchell

northbound and southbound Hollywood Freeway (101) at Seventh Street underpass, Historic Core, Los Angeles



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21-foot by 150-foot mineral paint mural

“Cityscape” (1984) by Terry Schoonhoven

southbound Harbor Freeway (110) at Sixth Street overpass, Historic Core, Los Angeles



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20-foot by 200-foot acrylic mural

“Eye on ‘84” (1984) by Alonzo Davis

southbound Harbor Freeway (110) Third Street on-ramp, Historic Core, Los Angeles


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20-foot by 96-foot acrylic mural


(1984; restored 2013) by Frank Romero

traffic-facing retaining wall, northbound U.S. 101 Freeway between Los Angeles Street and Alameda Street, Historic Core, Los Angeles



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20-foot by 100-foot acrylic mural

“Hitting the Wall” (1984; restored 2004) by Judith Baca

northbound Harbor Freeway (110) under Fourth Street bridge, Historic Core, Los Angeles



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20-foot by 225-fot acrylic mural


Glenna Boltuch Avila

traffic-facing retaining wall, southbound Hollywood Freeway (101) near the Los Angeles Street exit, Historic Core, Los Angeles



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24-foot by 90-foot mural


“Las Luchas del Mundo”
(1984) by Willie Herron

adjacent to the Alameda Street overpass, U.S. 101 Freeway, Historic Core, Los Angeles



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40-foot by 70-foot mural

“Niño y Caballo (Boy and Horse)” (1984) by Frank Romero

southwest exterior of Victor Clothing Company building (between Second Street and Third Street), 240 S. Broadway, Historic Core, Los Angeles



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35-foot by 40-foot acrylic mural

“Silent Prison” (1984) by Margaret Garcia

northbound Harbor Freeway (110) at Eighth Street on-ramp, Historic Core, Los Angeles



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ceramic tile sidewalk inlays

[untitled] (1984) by Frank Romero  PA

7th Street, between Broadway and St. Vincent Court, Historic Core, Los Angeles


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70-foot by 55-foot mural "Anthony Quinn" or "The Pope of Broadway" (1984) by Eloy Torrez 

[restored by the artist in 2017]
259 W. Third Street, Historic Core, Los Angeles  


 

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acrylic mural


“El Nuevo Fuego” (1985) by
East Los Streetscapers

northeast façade of Victor Clothing Company building (between Second Street and Third Street), 240 S. Broadway, Historic Core, Los Angeles


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20-foot by 20-foot wall-mounted etched aluminum and steel sculpture

“Charlotte B.” (1986) by Richard Rowley  PA

entrance, 655 S. Hope Street, Historic Core, Los Angeles


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cast concrete sculpture

[untitled] (1986) by Guy Dill  PA

entrance, 631 S. Olive Avenue, Historic Core, Los Angeles


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28-foot by 560-foot silica-based mineral paint mural

[untitled; 62 windows] (1986) by Jeff Greene

Subway Terminal Building exterior facing Fourth Street, 417 S. Hill Street, Historic Core, Los Angeles



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12 building-mounted concrete relief panels

“A City Evolves” (1988) by Tony Sheets  PA

parking garage exterior, 333 S. Spring Street, Historic Core, Los Angeles


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66-foot by 35-foot building-mounted concrete relief sculpture "The Evolution of Los Angeles" (1988-1989) by Tony Sheets  PA parking garage exterior, 200 block of S. Broadway, Historic Core, Los Angeles 
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65-foot by 45-foot building-mounted concrete relief sculpture "The Evolution of Printing"  (1988-1989) by Tony Sheets  PA  parking garage exterior, 213 S. Spring Street, Historic Core, Los Angeles 


 

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25-foot by 20-foot acrylic mural

“Buckle Up!” (1990) by Steven Rose

wall west of the Los Angeles Street offramp, at Spring Street, U.S. 101 Freeway, Historic Core, Los Angeles



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wall-mounted multimedia historic simulation of Biddy Mason’s house and front porch


“Biddy Mason’s House of the Open Hand” (1990) by Betye 
Saar  PA

elevator entrance/lobby, Biddy Mason Park and parking garage, 331 S. Spring Street, Historic Core, Los Angeles


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10-foot by 70-foot oil-on-canvas mural


“California Dreamscape” (1990) 
by Carlos Almaraz and Elsa Flores

interior lobby, Ronald Reagan State Office building, 300 S. Spring Street, Historic Core, Los Angeles



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mural

“Homage to Downtown) Movie Houses” (1990) by Frank Romero, assisted by Howard Tharpe  PA

wall of Eastside Parking Garage, Main Street between 5th Street and 6th Street, Historic Core, Los Angeles


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6-foot by 100-foot 2-panel acrylic mural

“Tea Party at the Downtown Women’s Center” (1990) by Ann Alexandra Wolken

325 S. Los Angeles Street, Historic Core, Los Angeles



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segmented concrete wall imprinted with historically-relevant images and text

“Biddy Mason: Time and Place” [memorial] (1991) by Sheila Levrant de Bretteville  PA

Biddy Mason Park, 331 S. Spring Street, Historic Core, Los Angeles


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11,000 square-foot acrylic mural

“Harbor Freeway Overture” (1991-1993) by Kent Twitchell

side of Citicorp Plaza parking structure, Harbor Freeway (110) at Eighth Street, Historic Core, Los Angeles



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2 12-foot by 14-foot acrylic murals

“The Big Splash” (1991) by Christina Schlesinger, assisted by Christine Wada, Sybil Grinnell and Tony Abruzzo  PA

exterior courtyard, near Alameda Street, Greyhound Terminal, 1716 East 7th Street, Historic Core, Los Angeles



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64-foot by 42-foot acrylic mural

“Calle de la Eternidad / Street of Eternity” (1992-1993) by Johanna Poethig

351 S. Broadway Street, Historic Core, Los Angeles



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28-foot by 45-foot acrylic mural


“Designate a Driver” (1992) by Steven Rose 

Hollywood Freeway (101) north of Alameda Street exit, Historic Core, Los Angeles



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130-foot by 332-foot mural

“Dusk” (1992) by Frank Stella and Architectural Wallcoverings Installations, Inc.  PA

south wall of Pacific Bell Switching Station, Gas Company Tower, 555 W. Fifth Street, Historic Core, Los Angeles


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13-foot bronze sheet sculpture


“L.A. Family Baroque” (1992) by Bill Barrett  PA 

entryway, 601 W. Fifth Street, Historic Core, Los Angeles


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collage of old catalog cards mounted within elevator cabs and elevator shafts, visible through portholes

“A Place for Everything and Everything in its Place” (1993) by David Bunn  PA

interior, elevator cabs and portions of elevator shafts, Bradley Wing, Central Library, 630 W. Fifth Street, Historic Core, Los Angeles


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lettering, words, and symbolic communication etched into stairway risers  

"Spine" (1993) by Jud Fine  PA Maguire Gardens, west side of Central Library, 630 W. Fifth Street, Historic Core, Los Angeles  Additional info.:
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3 13-foot brushed aluminum vane sculptures, with internal illumination 

"Illuminations" (or "Illumination") (1993) by Ann Preston  PA Bradley Wing Atrium, Central Library, 630 W. Fifth Street, Historic Core, Los Angeles  Additional info.:
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3 18-foot diameter multi-media chandeliers thematically representing natural, technological and metaphysical spheres of existence

"Chandeliers" or "Natural, Technological, Ethereal" (1993) by Therman Statom  PAinterior, Bradley Wing Atrium, Central Library, 630 W. Fifth Street, Historic Core, Los Angeles Additional info.:
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3 ceramic tile murals (triptych)

“Heaven to Earth”  (circa 1991) by Roberto Gil De Montes  PA

above escalator at Hope Street entrance, 7th Street/Metro Center Station, Seventh Street and Hope Street, Historic Core, Los Angeles


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9-foot high by 100-foot steel fence and 5 pairs of steel gates containing quotations about books, knowledge and reading in different languages spoken in the Los Angeles area

“The Literate Fence” (1993) by Ries Niemi  PA

courtyard perimeter facing Fifth Street, between auditorium and Goodhue building, Central Library, 630 W. Fifth Street, Historic Core, Los Angeles



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12 suspended neon sculptures

“Neons for Pershing Square” (1993) by Stephan Antonakos  PA

interior, above station platform, Metro Red Line Pershing Square Station, 500 S. Hill Street, Historic Core, Los Angeles


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36-foot by 36-foot acrylic ceiling mural

“The Seven Centers” (also known as "Painting with Multiple Centers") (1993) by Renée Petropoulos  PA

interior, first floor lobby, Goodhue Building, Central Library, 630 W. Fifth Street, Historic Core, Los Angeles


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granite and glass-embedded paving, granite and metal sculpture, neon lighting, pyramidal sculpture, and stainless steel fountain

“Site/Memory/Reflection” including “Memorialization Room and Walkway” (1993) by Lita Albuquerque  PA

550 S. Hope Street, Historic Core, Los Angeles


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mural

[untitled] (1993) by students of the Las Familias del Pueblo Bridge Program

building façade (Las Familias del Pueblo), 307 E. Seventh Street, Historic Core, Los Angeles



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cement, glass and ceramic sculpture and fountain  "Nature's Analogy" (1994) by Laddie John Dill and Mineo Mizuno  PA Maguire Gardens, west side of Central Library, 630 W. Fifth Street, Historic Core, Los Angeles  

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building-mounted clock sculpture

“Inverted Clocktower (1994) by Tim Hawkinson  PA

southeast corner of Grand Central Market’s parking structure, Third Street and Hill Street, Historic Core, Los Angeles


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concrete sculptures "Orange Grove" (1994) by Barbara McCarren (part of "Hey Day")  PA  Pershing Square, 532 S. Olive Street, Historic Core, Los Angeles 
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mural

“Stamps of Victory”  (1994) by Johanna Poethig

southbound Harbor Freeway (110) between Seventh Street and Eighth Street, Historic Core, Los Angeles



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sculptural bicycle rack "The Bike Stops Here" (1995-1996) by SCI-Arc and Cara Lee (part of The Bike Stops Here project)  PA
STATUS 2015: REMOVED
northwest corner of Pershing Square, 532 S. Olive Street, Historic Core, Los Angeles 

 

 

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sculptural bicycle racks

“The Bike Stops Here”  (1996) by SCI-Arc and Randall Wilson (part of The Bike Stops Here project)  PA

Chinatown Branch Public Library, 639 N. Hill Street, Historic Core, Los Angeles


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sculptural bicycle racks

“The Bike Stops Here”  (1996) by SCI-Arc and Louis Molina (part of The Bike Stops Here project)   PA

Grand Central Public Market, 317 S. Broadway, Historic Core, Los Angeles


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mural

“Fifty-One Bees” (1996) by Elizabeth Garrison and Victor Henderson  PA

flower market building exterior, 755 S. Wall Street, Historic Core, Los Angeles


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mural

“Image Unity” (1996) by Diane Gamboa, Leo Limon, Yolanda Gonzalez, and other high school students

Newberry Building roll-down doors, Broadway Avenue and Fifth Street, Historic Core, Los Angeles


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mural on roll-down doors

“Seven Roses” (1996) by Neal Taylor and Elaine Fuess Parks  PA

exterior of Victor Clothing Company Building, 242 S. Broadway Avenue, Historic Core, Los Angeles


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garden entry gates

“Esperanza Gardens”  (1997) by Adam Leventhal  PA

southeast corner of Fourth and Hill Street, Angels Knoll Plaza, Historic Core, Los Angeles


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painted ceramic tile mural

“I Am My Own Rainbow” (2003) by J. Michael Walker  PA

exterior wall (near café), Weingart Center, 566 S. San Pedro Street, Historic Core, Los Angeles


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aerosol paint mural "Cream of the Crop" (2011) by Dabs and Myla, and How and Nosm 713 E. Third Street, Historic Core, Los Angeles 


 
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2 aerosol paint murals: approx. 15-foot by 20-foot, and approx. 15-foot by 15-foot "Badger" (c. 2012) by ROA

[part of a series of 4 murals, including "A Bear in LA" and "Bear Skeleton"]
southwest corner of Imperial Street and Jesse Street, Historic Core, Los Angeles

 
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approx. 15-foot by 35-foot aerosol paint mural "A Bear in LA" (c. 2012) by ROA 

[part of a series of 4 murals, including "Badger" and "Bear Skeleton"]

northwest corner of Imperial Street and Jesse Street, Historic Core, Los Angeles 

 
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approx. 10-foot by 50-foot aerosol paint mural "Bear Skeleton" (c. 2012) by ROA 

[part of a series of 4 murals, including "Badger" and "A Bear in LA"]

northwest corner of Imperial Street and Jesse Street, Historic Core, Los Angeles 



 
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approx. 24-foot by 8-foot acrylic mural double portrait of Special Olympics ambassadors Rafer Johnson and Loretta Clairborne 

"Monument to the Special Olympics" (2015) by Kent Twitchell  PA
 
1147 S. Hope Street, Historic Core, Los Angeles   
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approx. 15-foot by 35-foot mural portrait of Muhammad Ali with 8 plaques bearing inspirational quotes from Special Olympics athletes and famous persons
 
"The Greatest" (2015) by Cryptik  PA (honoring Special Olympics)

[8 plaques with quotes from Kofi Annan, Eric Chan, Laura Cook, Michelle Core, Nilasha Kurukulasuriya, Marco Martinez, Apolo Ohno, Dustin Plunkett
1248 S. Figueroa Street, Historic Core, Los Angeles
 
 
Los Angeles

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18-foot by 220-foot acrylic mural of Coliseum athletes and performers, and Special Olympics figures 

"World Stage Legacy" (2015) by David Flores  PA Coliseum building exterior facing Bill Robertson Lane, Historic Core, Los Angeles
 
 

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12-foot by 7-foot steel sculpture

“Ten, Chi, Jin” (1979) by Michael Todd  PA

pedestrian shopping area, Japanese Village Plaza, 327 E. Second Street, Little Tokyo, Los Angeles


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11-foot by 8-foot by 2-foot sculpture

“Dover” (1980) by Woods Davy

455 E. Third Street (Little Toyko Towers), Little Tokyo, Los Angeles


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6-foot by 22-foot ceramic mural

“Sen Bana No Saki (A Thousand Blossoms)”  (1980) by Kazuko Matthews  PA

facing San Pedro Street, Honda Plaza, 400 E. Second Street, Little Tokyo, Los Angeles


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22-foot by 9-foot photo-sensitized ceramic tile mural

“Senzo” (1980) by M. Matsukama

pedestrian shopping area, Japanese Village Plaza, 327 E. Second Street, Little Tokyo, Los Angeles



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18-foot by 4½-foot painted fiberglass sculpture

“Friendship Knot”  (constructed in 1972, donated in 1981) by Shinkichi Tajiri  PA

northwest corner of San Pedro Street and E. Second Street, Weller Court, Little Tokyo, Los Angeles


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32-foot 4-piece aluminum sculpture

 
"Molecule Man" (1981) by Jonathan Borofsky  PA 255 East Temple Avenue, Little Tokyo, Los Angeles 


 

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6-foot cast bronze sculpture

“Ninomiya Kinjiro”  (1983) by Jurichiro Hannyo  PA

in front of Mitsui Manufacturers Bank, 200 S. San Petro Street, Little Tokyo, Los Angeles


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2 12-foot basalt stone sculptures; fountain

“To The Issei” (1983) by Isamu Noguchi  PA

Japanese American Cultural and Community Center, 244 S. San Pedro Street, Little Tokyo, Los Angeles


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4½-foot cast bronze sculpture

“Nikkei Veterans Monument” (1985-1986) by Marlee Wilcomb

entrance to Yaohan Plaza, 333 S. Alameda Street, Little Tokyo, Los Angeles


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5-foot by 13-foot by 5-foot granite sculpture

“Stone Rise” (1985) by Seiji Kunishima  PA

120 S. San Pedro Street, Little Tokyo, Los Angeles


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9-foot by 4-foot bronze columnar sculpture with poem inscription, slate and tile base

“Issei No Yme” (1986-1987) by Tony Sheets  PA

222 S. Central Avenue (in front of Tokyo Villas), Little Tokyo, Los Angeles


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building-mounted stainless steel kinetic sculpture

“Aurora” (1987) by Susumu Shingu  PA

328 E. First Street (Miyako Inn), Little Tokyo, Los Angeles


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18-foot by 35-foot acrylic mural

“Flight of the Angel”  (1989) by Hitoshi (Tony) Yoshida, with Shozo Katagiri, Michael Clemente, Gaijin Fujita, Marcel Menard and David Salamon

east wall facing Crocker Street, 407 E. Third Street (Modernage building), Little Tokyo, Los Angeles



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(Downtown)

3 24-49-foot stainless steel and cast bronze sculptures

“Towers of Peace, Prosperity, and Hope”  (1989) by Michihiro Kosuge  PA

near San Pedro Street, Alright Garage, 319 E. Second Street, Little Tokyo, Los Angeles


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Los Angeles

(Downtown)

25-foot by 21-foot by 21-foot stainless steel obelisk sculpture

“Silver Tower” (1991) by Peter Lodato  PA

Brunswig Square, 360 E. Second Street, Little Tokyo,Los Angeles

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Los Angeles

(Downtown)

aerosol paint mural

[untitled; “Al’s Bar mural”] (1991) by CBS, Raul Gamboa, Jr., Michael Bruza, ALZA, and various artists

Hewitt Street and Fourth Street, Little Tokyo, Los Angeles



Los Angeles

(Downtown)

25-foot by 150-foot acrylic mural

“The Book of Dreams”  (1992) by George Yepes

building exterior facing parking lot, County of Los Angeles Children’s Services Center, 564 S. Mateo Street, Little Tokyo, Los Angeles



Los Angeles

(Downtown)

box camera sculpture and projector

“Toyo Miyatake’s Camera” (1993) by Nobuho Nagasawa  PA

sidewalk, 369 E. First Street, Little Tokyo, Los Angeles


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Los Angeles

(Downtown)

sculptural bicycle racks

“Bike Stops Here”  (1996) by SCI-Arc and Randall Wilson  PA

MOCA Geffen Center, 152 N. Central Avenue, Little Tokyo, Los Angeles



Los Angeles

(Downtown)

building-mounted aluminum and porcelain enamel panel sculpture

“Harmony” (1996) by Nancy Uyemura  PA

building entrance (Casa Heiwa), 231 E. Third Street, Little Tokyo, Los Angeles



Los Angeles

(Downtown)

sidewalk embedded with historical text and Japanese images

“Omoide No Shotokyo (Remembering Old Little Tokyo)” (1996) by Sheila Levrant de Bretteville, with Sonia Ishii  PA

sidewalk, north side of 1stStreet, Little Tokyo, Los Angeles


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Los Angeles

(Downtown)

3 ceramic tile murals

[titles unknown; globe, mandala and calendar themes] (2002) by Daniel Dodd and Los Angeles High School students

parking garage for the Department of Public Social Services District Office, 813 E. 4th Place, Little Tokyo, Los Angeles


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Los Angeles

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bronze statue "Chiune Sugihara" (2002) by Ramon G. Velazco   192 S. Central Avenue, Little Tokyo, Los Angeles 


 
Los Angeles

(Downtown) 
station art: 6 granite benches, station canopies, platform paving "Buffer Zone" (2009) by Hirokazu Kosaka, with Ted Tokio Tanaka Architects  PA   station platform, Metro Gold Line Little Tokyo Station, 200 N. Alameda St., Little Tokyo, Los Angeles


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Los Angeles

(Downtown)
40 street pole-mounted aluminum medallions  "Little Tokyo Signage Project" (2012) by Sonia Romero  PA   street poles on First, Second, and Third Streets, San Pedro Ave., Los Angeles Street, and Central Ave., Little Tokyo, Los Angeles Additional information:
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Los Angeles 

(Downtown) 
acrylic and aerosol mural "Beautifully Destroyed" (2012) by RISK 830 Traction Avenue, Little Tokyo, Los Angeles  
Los Angeles

(Downtown) 
steel and aluminum pole-mounted Rubik's cube sculpture with photographic panels "Oomo Cube" (out of many one) (2014) by Nicole Maloney  in front of Japanese American National Museum, First Street and Central Avenue, Little Tokyo, Los Angeles  



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Los Angeles

(Downtown)

68-foot concrete pylon with terra cotta bas relief, bas relief mural panel

“Fort Moore Pioneer Monument” (1957) by Henry Kreis and Albert Stewart

west side of Hill Street, just south of Cesar Chavez
Avenue, Mission Junction, Los Angeles


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Los Angeles

(Downtown)

20-foot by 12-foot by 16-foot steel sculpture

“Holistic V” (1981) by Betty Gold

southbound Harbor Freeway (110) at Ninth Street offramp, South Park, Los Angeles



Los Angeles

(Downtown)

16-foot by 25-foot by 50-foot marble, sandstone and sod sculpture

“Angular Unconformity”  (1983) by Gary Dwyer  PA

adjacent to Hope Street sidewalk, 600 W. Ninth Street, South Park, Los Angeles


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Los Angeles

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15-foot by 15-foot concrete sculpture

[untitled; “Egalmah Series”] (1983) by Guy Dill  PA

600 W. Ninth Street, South Park, Los Angeles


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Los Angeles

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4 stainless steel and bronze sculptures

“Homage to Cabrillo: Venetian Quadrant”  (1985) by Eugene Sturman  PA

northeast corner of Ninth Street and Figueroa Street, 888 S. Figueroa Street, South Park, Los Angeles



Los Angeles

(Downtown)

22-foot painted steel sculpture with motorized arm movement"Hammering Man" (1988) by Jonathan Borofsky 

STATUS:  MOTORIZED FEATURE MAY BE DISABLED

110 E. Ninth Street, South Park, Los Angeles 
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(Downtown)

rock and concrete pond

“Fountain for the California Medical Center Plaza” (1989) by Mineko Grimmer  PA

1515 Grand Avenue (California Medical Center), South Park, Los Angeles


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Los Angeles

(Downtown)

glass plate sculpture and fountain

“Waterwall” (1989) by DeWain Valentine  PA

pedestrian walkway between Hope Street, and building lobby (The Metropolitan), 950 S. Flower Street, South Park, Los Angeles


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Los Angeles

(Downtown)

cast bronze sculpture

[title unknown; angel] (circa 1990) by Gwynn Murrill

919 S. Grand Avenue, South Park, Los Angeles


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Los Angeles

(Downtown)

granite fountains

“Lithos” (1991) by Elyn Zimmerman  PA

building entrance, 865 S. Figueroa Street, South Park, Los Angeles


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Los Angeles

(Downtown)

garden plaza with sculptural fountain, column sculptures with lighting, and ornamental gates

“Zanja Madre” (1992) by Andrew Leicester  PA

plaza, 801 S. Figueroa Street, South Park, Los Angeles


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Los Angeles

(Downtown)

mosaic ceramic tile bench

“Ancient Fossils” (1993) by Raul Guerrero  PA

Grand/Hope Park, between Grand Avenue and Hope Street, and Ninth Street and Olympic Boulevard, South Park, Los Angeles


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Los Angeles

(Downtown)

images of birds and decorative lettering on pergola structure, with inscribed poetry


“Birds of the Southwest” (1993) by Raul Guerrero  PA

Grand/Hope Park, between Grand Avenue and Hope Street, and Ninth Street and Olympic Boulevard, South Park, Los Angeles


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Los Angeles

(Downtown)

metal sculptural fountain


“Celestial Source”
(1993) by Lita Albuquerque, in collaboration with Lawrence Halprin  PA

Grand/Hope Park, between Grand Avenue and Hope Street, and Ninth Street and Olympic Boulevard, South Park, Los Angeles


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Los Angeles

(Downtown)

mosaic ceramic tile and painted stucco clock tower, chimes


“Clock Tower Chimes”
(1993) tower designed by Lawrence Halprin; music composed by John Carter, Michael McNabb, and Ushio Torikai, and arranged by Carl Stone  PA

Grand/Hope Park, southeast corner of Hope Street and Ninth Street, South Park, Los Angeles


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Los Angeles

(Downtown)

station art: pole-mounted stainless steel profile-portraits and symbols, etched bronze column veneers

“Hope, Dream" and "Path, Focus, Belief” (1993) by Sandra Rowe  PA

station platform, Metro Blue Line San Pedro St. Station, 767 E. Washington Boulevard, South Park, Los Angeles



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Los Angeles

(Downtown)

painted ceramic tile mural

“Los Angeles Basin Ca. 1876” (1993) by Raul Guerrero  PA

Grand/Hope Park, between Grand Avenue and Hope Street, and Ninth Street and Olympic Boulevard, South Park, Los Angeles


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Los Angeles

(Downtown)

decorative fountain with glass ceramic sculpture and ceramic tile mural

“Mirage” (1993) by Raul Guerrero  PA

Grand/Hope Park, between Grand Avenue and Hope Street, and Ninth Street and Olympic Boulevard, South Park, Los Angeles



Los Angeles

(Downtown)

station art: 2 20-foot painted steel shade canopies


Robin Brailsford  PA

station platform, Metro Blue Line/Metro Expo Line Pico Station, 1236 S. Flower Street, South Park, Los Angeles



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Los Angeles

(Downtown)

5 cast bronze sculpture

“Urban Curiosity” (1993) by Gwynn Murrill  PA

Grand/Hope Park, between Grand Avenue and Hope Street, and Ninth Street and Olympic Boulevard, South Park, Los Angeles


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(Downtown)

2 ceramic tile air vent sculptures, ceramic tile wall panels, and ceramic tile column

“Grand Hope Park Project” (1994) by Marlo Bartels  PA

paseo next to Del Prado Apartments, 501 W. Olympic Boulevard, South Park, Los Angeles


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(Downtown)

3 triangular ceramic tile columns with photograph reproductions

“Gilbert W. Lindsay Memorial” (1994) by Pat Paul Williams

Gilbert W. Lindsay Plaza, Los Angeles Convention Center, Figueroa Street at Pico Boulevard, South Park, Los Angeles


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Los Angeles

(Downtown)

station art:  sandblasted pavement images


(1994) by Mark Lere  PA

station platform, Metro Blue Line Grand Ave. Station, 331½ W. Washington Boulevard, South Park, Los Angeles 



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Los Angeles

(Downtown)

mural

[untitled; giant cabbage] (1994) by Kim Grover (Abierto Design Studio)

Flower Street, Grand Avenue south of Olympic Boulevard, South Park, Los Angeles



Los Angeles

(Downtown)

porcelain enamel photo-mural

“Portrait Of My People #619” (1995) by Willie Middlebrook  PA

street-level station entrance, Metro Green Line Avalon Station, 11667 S. Avalon Boulevard, South Park, Los Angeles



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Los Angeles

(Downtown)

sculptural bicycle racks


“Bike Stops Here” (1996) by
SCI-Arc and Arlene Lee  PA

Grand/Hope Park, between Grand Avenue and Hope Street, and Ninth Street and Olympic Blvd., South Park, Los Angeles 


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Los Angeles

(Downtown)

aluminum and steel sculpture mounted on 34-foot air raid siren tower


“Daffodil Metamorphosis” (1996) by Michael Tansey  PA

L. A. Live campus between Olympic Boulevard and Eleventh Street and between Cherry Street and Georgia Street (near the 110 Harbor Freeway), South Park, Los Angeles


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Los Angeles

(Downtown)

19-foot steel lantern sculpture, asphalt mosaic, landscaping


“Garden of Conversion”
(1996) by Blue McRight and Warren Wagner  PA

Hope Street at Seventeenth Street and I-10 Freeway, South Park, Los Angeles



Los Angeles

(Downtown)

concrete and mosaic tile sculpture

“Pyramid” (1996) by John Outterbridge  PA

northwest end of station plaza entrance, Metro Green Line Avalon Station, 11667 S. Avalon Boulevard, South Park, Los Angeles



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(Downtown)

station art:  ceramic tile pavement medallions; windscreens; bench designs


“Bridge of Culture”  (1997) by Stanley C. Wilson  PA  

Station Platform, Metro Green Line Avalon Station, 11667 S. Avalon Boulevard, South Park, Los Angeles



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Los Angeles

(Downtown)

street pole-mounted images on metal signs

“Fashion District Markers” (1999) by Paul Tzanetopoulos  PA

Fashion District (south of 7thStreet between Main Street and San Pedro Street, South Park, Los Angeles


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Los Angeles

(Downtown)

7 13-foot by 5-foot by 2-foot stainless steel sculptural lighting elements

“Garland” (1999) by Blue McRight

plaza near Figueroa Street entrance, Staples Center, 

1111 S. Figueroa Street, South Park, Los Angeles


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Los Angeles

(Downtown)

6 5-12-foot cast concrete disks and scored pavement

“Press” (1999) by Lloyd Hamrol  PA

plaza near 11th Street entrance, Staples Center, 

1111 S. Figueroa Street, South Park, Los Angeles


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Los Angeles

(Downtown)

painted tubular and cast steel sculptures

“Wing Tips and Angel Eyes at Play” (1999) by John Outterbridge  PA

Staples Center, 1111 S. Figueroa Street, South Park,  Los Angeles


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building-mounted rear-screen LCD projected animation loop

“X-ray Eyes” (1999) by Jennifer Steinkamp  PA

Staples Center, 1111 S. Figueroa Street, South Park, Los Angeles


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Los Angeles

(Downtown)

stenciled fencing, mosaic paving, topiary, and cast resin bench insets


“Venice/Hope Park” (2001) by 
Jacqueline Dreager  PA

Venice/Hope Park, northwest corner of Venice Boulevard and Hope Street, South Park, Los Angeles


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Los Angeles

(Downtown)

interactive pavement lighting

“EnterActive” (2006) by Electroland  PA

sidewalk in front of Met Lofts, 1050 S. Flower Street, South Park, Los Angeles


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Los Angeles

(Downtown)

ceramic tile murals

[untitled] (2007) by Bob Zoell  PA

throughout parking garage, elevators, and lobby, Ninth and Flower parking garage, 645 W. Ninth Street, South Park, Los Angeles


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(Downtown) 
approx. 30-foot by 100-foot acrylic mural "The Preciousness of the Hunt" (2014) by Faith47  PA northeast corner of 12th Street and Flower Street, 1130 S. Flower Street, South Park, Los Angeles
 
 
Los Angeles

(Downtown)

 
35-foot by 125-foot mural  "Art for the People" (2015) by DOURONE  northwest corner of 12th Street and Hope Street, South Park, Los Angeles  

Los Angeles

(Downtown)

fresco ceiling mural

mythological Greek medical heroes [title unknown] (1932) by Hugo Ballin

interior lobby, Los Angeles County/USC Medical Center General Hospital, 1200 North State Street, Taylor Junction, Los Angeles


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Los Angeles

(Downtown)

12 building-mounted sculptures

“Innovators and Researchers” (1934) by Salvatore C. Scarpitta

main entrance building façade, Los Angeles County/USC Medical Center General Hospital, 1200 North State Street, Taylor Junction, Los Angeles


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Los Angeles

(Downtown)

fiberglass sculpture

“Angel of Vision” (2001) by Eddie Rodriguez and Tony Sheets  PA

interior main lobby, Los Angeles County/USC Medical Center General Hospital, 1200 North State St., Taylor Junction, Los Angeles


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Los Angeles

(Downtown)

meditation garden with landscaping, seating, art elements[title unknown] (forthcoming) by Erin Palmer  PACoroner Annex, 1104A North Mission Road, Taylor Junction, Los AngelesPhoto, additional information:
Los Angeles

(Downtown) 
station art: panel-mounted photographic portraits "The Intimacy of Place" (2012) by Christofer C. Dierdorff   PA   station platform, Metro Expo Line 23rd Street Station, 2460 S. Flower Street, University Park, Los Angeles 
 
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Los Angeles

(East Los Angeles, North-East Los Angeles)

20-foot by 100-foot acrylic mural


“We Have A Future”
(1991) by Zinovy Shersher

1505 E. First Street, Boyle Heights, Los Angeles




Los Angeles

(East Los Angeles, North-East Los Angeles)

20-foot by 30-foot mural

“God Bless Everyone That Tries” (2000) by Richard Haro

interior wall of the senior center, Ruben F. Salazar Park, 3864 Whittier Blvd., Boyle Heights, Los Angeles


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Los Angeles

(East Los Angeles, North-East Los Angeles)

4 ceramic tile murals

“Comunidad” (2004) by José Ramirez

parking garage exterior, White Memorial Medical Plaza, 1720 Cesar E. Chavez Boulevard, Boyle Heights, Los Angeles



Los Angeles

(East Los Angeles, North-East Los Angeles)
 
station art: 16 stainless steel panels "Syncretic Manifestations" (2009) by Paul Botello  PA  station platform, Metro Gold Line Indiana Station, 210 S. Indiana Street, Boyle Heights, Los Angeles 


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Los Angeles

(East Los Angeles, North-East Los Angeles)

acrylic mural

[title, date and artist unknown]

southeast corner of Fickett Street and Cesar E. Chavez Avenue, Boyle Heights, Los Angeles

 

Los Angeles

(East Los Angeles, North-East Los Angeles)  
station art:  27 canopy-mounted cast iron face images "About Place About Face" (2009) by Rob Neilson  PA  station platform, Metro Gold Line Pico/Aliso Station, 1131 E. First Street., Boyle Heights, Los Angeles  

 
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Los Angeles

(east Los Angeles, North-East Los Angeles)

3 12-foot high painted aluminum pylon sculptures inscribed with bilingual poetry from Octavio Paz, and with illumination"Todos Juntos" (2016) by Siobham Burke, Lyric Design & Planning, and Rob Berry, Berry and Linne   PAentrance plaza, Benjamin Franklin Library, 2200 E. First Street, Boyle Heights, Los Angeles  
Los Angeles

(East Los Angeles, North-East Los Angeles)  
station art:  entrance canopy, bronze sculpture, stone mural, floor medallions "El Niño Perdido"  (2009) by Alexandro de la Loza  PA station entrance, performance stage in plaza, and elevator area, Metro Gold Line Mariachi Plaza Station, 1831 E. First St., Brooklyn Heights, Los Angeles 


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Los Angeles

(East Los Angeles, North-East Los Angeles)
station art:  wall-mounted stainless steel sculptures, ceiling-mounted fiberglas sculpture, wall and floor images"Landings" (2009) by Nobuho Nagasawa  PA plaza, escalator walls, and mezzanine area, Metro Gold Line Soto Station, Brooklyn Heights, 2330 E. First Street, Los Angeles


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Los Angeles

(East Los Angeles, North-East Los Angeles)

ceramic tile mural


Ofrenda Maya I (Mayan Offering)” 1978) by Goez Art Studio

entrance to City Terrace Library, 4025 E. City Terrace Drive, City Terrace, Los Angeles


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Los Angeles

(East Los Angeles, North-East Los Angeles)

15-foot by 50-foot acrylic mural

“Virgin’s Seed” (1991) by Paul Botello

southwest corner of Hazard Avenue and Hammel Street, City Terrace, Los Angeles



Los Angeles

(East Los Angeles, North-East Los Angeles)

30-foot by 50-foot mural


“Inner Resources” (2000) 
by Paul Botello  PA

wall of City Terrace Park Gymnasium, City Terrace Park , 1126 N. Hazard Ave., City Terrace, Los Angeles


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Los Angeles

(East Los Angeles, North-East Los Angeles)

color and graphic paint scheme"The Water Cycle: Eternal Flow" / "El Cyclo del Agua:  Eterno Manatial" (2008) by Sonia Romero  PA  City Terrace Park Pool, 1126 N. Hazard Avenue, City Terrace, Los AngelesPhoto, additional information:

Los Angeles

(East Los Angeles, North-East Los Angeles)

station art:  segmented limestone and landscape sculpture; mosaic tiles; porcelain pavers with photographic images


adjacent to station platform, Metro Gold Line Heritage Square Station, 3545 Pasadena Avenue, Cypress Park, Los Angeles



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Los Angeles

(East Los Angeles, North-East Los Angeles)

station art:  cast bronze sculpture; glass, rock and concrete sculpture; 35-foot triptych metal panel with text and poetry; pavement impressions

“Water Street: River of Dreams”  (2003) by Cheri Gaulke; text by Vera Rocha; poetry by Lewis MacAdams  PA

Metro Gold Line Lincoln/Cypress Park Station, 370 W. Avenue 26, Cypress Park, Los Angeles



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Los Angeles 

(East Los Angeles, North-East Los Angeles)

9-foot by 3-foot by 4-foot figurative cast stone sculpture "Florence Nightingale" (1937) by
David P. Edstrom   PA  [erected by the Federal Art Project]; restored in 2014 by Rosa Lowinger & Associates
east end of lake, Lincoln Park, 3501 Valley Boulevard, East Los Angeles, Los Angeles 


 

Los Angeles

(East Los Angeles, North-East Los Angeles)

2 13-foot by 25-foot murals


“Our Lady of Guadalupe”  (1973) by David Lopez

wall of Housing Authority office, 4800 Cesar E. Chavez Avenue, East Los Angeles, Los Angeles


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Los Angeles

(East Los angeles, North-East Los Angeles) 
acrylic mural "The Learning Tree" (1974) by Alfredo Diaz Flores  PAeast wall of building, Lincoln Park, 3600 N. Mission Road, Los Angeles, CA  90031



 
 

Los Angeles

(East Los Angeles, North-East Los Angeles)

3 panel mural

The Short Life of John Doe” (“La Vida Breve de Alfonso Fulano”) (1978) by Goez Art Studio

facing Cesar Chavez Ave., Centro Maravilla Service Center, 4716 Cesar Chavez Avenue, East Los Angeles, Los Angeles


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Los Angeles

(East Los Angeles, North-East Los Angeles)

10-foot by 40-foot mural


“Tree of Knowledge” (also known as the "Read" mural) (1978) by Josefina Quezada and Teresa Chacon



  

Anthony Quinn Library, 3965 Cesar Chavez Ave., East Los Angeles, Los Angeles


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(East Los Angeles, North-East Los Angeles)  
3-sided mural "The Muralists" (1995) by Terry Schoonhoven, with Ren Woodlin, Joseph Zamora, Dante Woodlin, Alex Zendejas and Roxann Rodriguez  PA  station platform, Metrolink Cal State L.A. Station, 5150 State University Drive, at the El Monte Busway (pedestrian access from Circle Drive), East Los Angeles, Los Angeles  



 

Los Angeles

(East Los Angeles, North-East Los Angeles)

12-foot by 15-foot ceramic tile mural

“Dreams of Past, Present, Future” (1996) by José Antonio Aguirre, Eva Cristina Pérez, Alfredo Calderon, and students Eddie A. Portillo, Jerry Ortega, Andre R. Reyes, Adriana Verduzco, Frank England, Crystal Hernandez, Reggie Hoyos, and Jaime Ochoa

facing Third Street, East Los Angeles County Hall, 4801 E. Third St., East Los Angeles, Los Angeles


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Los Angeles

(East Los Angeles, North-East Los Angeles)

mural


“The Wall That Speaks, Sings, and Shouts” (2001) by Paul Botello  PA

exterior wall of the Ruben F. Salazar Park recreation center, Ruben F. Salazar Park, 3864 Whittier Blvd., East Los Angeles, Los Angeles


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Los Angeles

(East Los Angeles, North-East Los Angeles) 
murals and sculpture within 9,000 square foot monument:  6 murals on freestanding walls, stainless steel archway sculpture surrounded by seating 

"The Wall:  Las Memorias" [at The Wall: Las Memorias AIDS Monument] (2004) by David Angelo, architect, and Robin Brailsford, lead artist  PA Lincoln Park, north entrance, 3600 N. Mission Road, Los Angeles, CA  90031 


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Los Angeles

(East Los Angeles, North-East Los Angeles)

2 leaping fish sculptures, with fountains and lighting

“Leaping Fish, Nature’s Cycles” (2004) by José Rude Calderon  PA

Belvedere Park Lake, East Los Angeles Civic Center, 4800 3rd St., East Los Angeles, Los Angeles


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Los Angeles

(East Los Angeles, North-East Los Angeles)

glass mosaic and carved limestone mural


“Our Legacy: Forever Presente…” (2004) by José Antonio Aguirre PA

interior and exterior walls of the west and east towers of the main entrance, East Los Angeles Public Library, 4837 East Third St., East Los Angeles, Los Angeles


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Los Angeles

(East Los Angeles, North-East Los Angeles)

tile mosaic benches with aluminum figures, images in stained concrete

“Meso Ridge” and “Conversion Ridge” (2005)   by Ricardo Duffy PA

East Los Angeles Civic Center, Belvedere Park, 4800 3rd St., East Los Angeles, Los Angeles


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Los Angeles

(East Los Angeles, North-East Los Angeles)

2 metal and concrete entrance sculptures

[no title] (2007) by Michael Amescua PA

Third Street entrance and Mednik Avenue entrance, East Los Angeles Civic Center, Third Street and Civic Center Way, East Los Angeles, Los Angeles


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Los Angeles

(East Los Angeles, North-East Los Angeles) 

12 3-foot by 5-foot travertine stone pyramid sculptures    [no title] (2007) by Linda Arreola  PAEast Los Angeles Civic Center, Mednik Avenue and Third Street, East Los Angeles, Los AngelesAdditional info.:
Los Angeles

(East Los Angeles, North-East Los Angeles) 

2 column-mounted ceramic tile murals [no title: papalotls] (2007) by Roberto Delgado  PATransit Plaza entrance, East Los Angeles Civic Center, Mednik Avenue and Third Street, East Los Angeles, Los AngelesAdditional info.:
 
Los Angeles

(East Los Angeles, North-East Los Angeles) 

limestone and ceramic tile pavers [no title] (2007) by Roberto Delgado  PAexterior walkways, East Los Angeles Civic Center, Mednik Avenue and Third Street, East Los Angeles, Los AngelesAdditional info.:
 
 
Los Angeles

(East Los Angeles, North-East Los Angeles)

color and graphic paint scheme"The Water Cycle: Eternal Flow" / "El Cyclo del Agua:  Eterno Manatial" [first location](2008) by Sonia Romero  PA Belvedere Community Regional Park Pool, 4914 E. Cesar Chavez Blvd., East Los Angeles, Los AngelesPhotos, additional information:
 
Los Angeles

(East Los Angeles, North-East Los Angeles)

color and graphic paint scheme"The Water Cycle: Eternal Flow" / "El Cyclo del Agua:  Eterno Manatial" [second location] (2008) by Sonia Romero  PAAtlantic Avenue Park Pool, 570 S. Atlantic Boulevard, East Los Angeles, Los AngelesPhotos, additional information:
 
Los Angeles

(East Los Angeles, North-East Los Angeles)

color and graphic paint scheme "The Water Cycle: Eternal Flow" / "El Cyclo del Agua:  Eterno Manatial" [third location] (2008) by Sonia Romero  PA Eugene A. Obregon Park Pool, 4021 E. First Street, East Los Angeles, Los Angeles Photos, additional information:
Los Angeles

(East Los Angeles, North-East Los Angeles) 
station art:  paint and tile designs "Overcoat" (2009) by Merge Conceptual Design (Franka Diehnelt, Claudia Reisenberger)  PA  station platforms, elevator structure and pedestrian bridge, Metrolink Cal State L.A Station, 5151 State University Drive (pedestrian access from Circle Drive), East Los Angeles, Los Angeles  


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Los Angeles

(East Los Angeles, North-East Los Angeles
station art:  sculptural  benches, tile rugs "Blissful Interiors" (2009) by Adobe LA  PA platform area, Metro Gold Line Atlantic Station, 5150 E. Pomona Blvd., East Los Angeles, Los Angeles



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Los Angeles

(East Los Angeles, North-East Los Angeles 
station art: canopy-mounted aluminum panels, glass canopy skylights, metal sculptures "Maravilla Hearts of Token" (2009) by Jose Lopez  PAplatform area, Metro Gold Line Maravilla Station, 4520 E. 3rd Street, East Los Angeles, Los Angeles  


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Los Angeles

(East Los Angeles, North-East Los Angeles
station art: steel and glass sculpture, concrete pavers"Through The Looking Glass" or "Traveling at the Speed of Light (Rail)" (2009) by Clement Hanami  PA  platform area, Metro Gold Line East Los Angeles Civic Center Station, 4780 E. 3rd Street, East Los Angeles, Los Angeles 


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Los Angeles

(East Los Angeles, North-East Los Angeles)

2 mosaic murals

[untitled] (circa 1972) by Millard Sheets, Nancy Colbath and Denis O’Connor

above main entrance, 5700 N. Figueroa Street, Highland Park, Los Angeles



Los Angeles

(East Los Angeles, North-East Los Angeles)

acrylic mural

“The Wall That Talks (Mexico-Tenochitlan)”  (1996) by Andy Ledesma, John Zender Estrada, Rafael Corona, Jaime Ochoa, Dominic Ochoa, Isabel Martinez, Oscar de Leon, Mario Mancia, Jesse Silva, Anthony Ortega, and Jerry Ortega

facing Avenue 61, 6037 N. Figueroa Street, Highland Park, Los Angeles



Los Angeles

(East Los Angeles, North-East Los Angeles)

station art: 3 13-foot mosaic tile column sculptures; mosaic glass pavement; seating and shade elements


“Highland Park Gateway” (2003) by Teddy Sandoval, with Paul Polubinskas PA

station platform and surrounding area, Metro Gold Line Southwest Museum Station, 4600 Marmion Way, Highland Park, Los Angeles



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Los Angeles

(East Los Angeles, North-East Los Angeles)
18-foot copper and stone sculpture "Stone Tree Inverted Post (Copper Bound Water Light)" (2003) by Jud Fine  PA Metro Gold Line Highland Park Station, 151 N. Avenue 57, Highland Park, Los Angeles 




Additional info.:  
Los Angeles County MTA 
Los Angeles

(East Los Angeles, North-East Los Angeles)

mural"Haramokngna - A Place Where People Gather" (2010 Temporary) by LA Commons, Highland Park youth  PA Glenmary Stairway, North Figueroa Street across from Sycamore Grove Park, Highland Park, Los Angeles    


     
  CITY

    ARTWORK

   TITLE, DATE, ARTIST 
 
     
 LOCATION

ADDITIONAL INFO. 

Los Angeles

(Echo Park and Westlake)

9-foot by 60-foot acrylic mural

“The Tree of the Middle Place” (1992) by Barbara Benish

exterior of canoe storage building at Echo Park, Echo Park and Park Avenue, Echo Park, Los Angeles


Los Angeles

(Echo Park and
Westlake)

 
approx. 10-foot by 20-foot ceramic mosaic mural  untitled [mermaid in the sea] (2012) [artist unknown] exterior of United Oil/We Got It convenience store, 1467 Sunset Blvd., Echo Park, Los Angeles  
Los Angeles

(Echo Park and
Westlake) 
approx. 20-foot by 8-foot acrylic mural "Eyes Open, Mind Open" (2017) by Shepard Fairey  west side of building, Sunset Blvd. east of Portia Street, Echo Park, Los Angeles
 
 

Los Angeles

(Echo Park and Westlake)

rock sculptures, glass and metal columns

[untitled: stone] (1999) by George Stone and Anil Verma Associates, Inc. PA

Metro Red Line Vermont/ Beverly Station, 301 N. Vermont Avenue, Historic Filipinotown, Los Angeles

Photo, additional information:

Los Angeles County MTA 

Los Angeles

(Echo Park and Westlake)

8-foot by 60-foot mural

“Festival of Masks Parade” (1996) by Frank Romero  PA

west end, Metro Purple Line Wilshire/Normandie Station, 3510 Wilshire Boulevard, Koreatown, Los Angeles

Photo, additional information: 

Los Angeles County MTA 

Los Angeles

(Echo Park and Westlake)

2 52-foot painted ceramic tile murals

“People Coming, People Going” (1996) by Richard Wyatt  PA

Metro Purple Line Wilshire/Western Station, 3775 Wilshire Boulevard, Koreatown, Los Angeles

Photo, additional information:

Los Angeles County MTA 

Los Angeles

(Echo Park and Westlake) 
7-story high, 2-sided, 8200 square foot video image in oil paint  "Hand Holding a Bowl of Rice" (2007) by April Greiman  PA 2 sides of buildings, Wilshire/Vermont Metro Station, 3191 Wilshire Blvd., Koreatown, Los Angeles, CA 


Additional info.:
April Greiman 
Los Angeles

(Echo Park and Westlake)

 
15-foot by 10-foot laser-cut aluminum and white lighting "lotus" chandelier; 45-foot by 70-foot screeen "Los Angeles Opens Its Heart of Compassion" (2014) by Cliff Garten  PA 






3150 Wilshire Boulevard, Koreatown, Los Angeles 


 

Los Angeles

(Echo Park and Westlake)

ceiling-suspended sculptures


“Los Angeles Seen” (1996) by 
Peter Shire PA

above escalators, Metro Red Line Wilshire/Vermont Station, 3191 Wilshire Boulevard, Lafayette Park, Los Angeles

Photo, additional information: 

Los Angeles County MTA 

Los Angeles

(Echo Park and Westlake)

4 column-mounted ceramic tile murals

[untitled] (2004) by Bob Zoell  PA

upper platform and lower platform, Metro Red Line Wilshire/Vermont Station, 3191 Wilshire Boulevard, Lafayette Park, Los Angeles

Photo, additional information: 

Los Angeles County MTA  

Los Angeles

(Echo Park and Westlake)

20-foot by 36-foot acrylic mural

“La Ofrenda” (1990) by Yreina Cervantez

Toluca Street under the First Street bridge (near Second St. and Glendale Blvd., MacArthur Park, Los Angeles


Los Angeles

(Echo Park and Westlake)

15-foot by 45-foot ceramic tile mural


“El Sol / The Sun” (1992-1993) by Francisco Letelier  PA  

interior mezzanine, Metro Red Line Westlake/MacArthur Park Station, 660 S. Alvarado Street, MacArthur Park, Los Angeles

Photo, additional information: 

Los Angeles County MTA


Los Angeles

(Echo Park and Westlake)

15-foot by 45-foot ceramic tile mural


“La Luna / The Moon”
(1992-1993) by Francisco Letelier PA

interior mezzanine, Metro Red Line Westlake/MacArthur Park Station, 660 S. Alvarado Street, MacArthur Park, Los Angeles

Photo, additional information: 

Los Angeles County MTA 


Los Angeles

(Echo Park and Westlake)

suspended glass and metal sculptures


“Into The Light” (1993) by Therman Statom PA

skylight area, Metro Red Line Westlake/MacArthur Park Station, 660 S. Alvarado Street, MacArthur Park, Los Angeles

Photo, additional information: 

Los Angeles County MTA 

Los Angeles

(Echo Park
and
Westlake)
 
4-story mural of Edward James Olmos and Jaime Escalante "Los Angeles Teachers" (circa 1997) by Juan Hector Ponce facing Wilshire Blvd., between Alvarado Street and Westlake Avenue, MacArthur Park, Los Angeles  
Los Angeles

(Echo Park
and Westlake) 
collection of 13 wall-mounted ceramic tile mosaic plaques  "MacArthur Park, Urban Oasis" (2010) by Sonia Romero  PA interior station mezzanine walls, Metro Red Line Westlake/MacArthur Park Station, 660 S. Alvarado Street, MacArthur Park, Los Angeles, CA  90057 Additional information:
Los Angeles County MTA  
Los Angeles

(Echo Park
and Westlake) 
statue of General Harrison Gray Otis, sculpture of a young
soldier, sculpture of a newspaper
boy, mounted on granite boulders 
"General Harrison Gray Otis" with soldier
and newspaper boy (1920) by Paul Troubetzkoy

NOTE: University of Southern California Libraries
reports the sculpture of soldier was damaged
and removed and placed in the basement of
the Otis Art Institute

MacArthur Park, southeast corner of Wilshire Boulevard and S. Park View Street, MacArthur Park, Los Angeles  
Los Angeles

(Echo Park
and Westlake)

 
8-foot black cement sculpture on 4-foot concrete pedestal 

"Promethus" [as listed on plaque] or "Prometheus Bringing Fire to Earth" (1935) by Nina Saemundsson  PA (W.P.A.)

[STATUS 2015:  DAMAGED  - GLOBE IS MISSING FROM SCULPTURE'S OUTSTRECHED LEFT HAND]

MacArthur Park, southwest corner of Wilshire Blvd. and Alvarado Street, MacArthur Park, Los Angeles 
Los Angeles

(Echo Park
and
Westlake)

 
cast bronze statue (part of MacArthur Monument)"MacArthur" (1955) by Roger Noble Burnham
 
MacArthur Park, near Park View Street, MacArthur Park, Los Angeles   
Los Angeles

(Echo Park
and
Westlake) 


30-foot obelisk with bronze bas relief, capped by a cast
bronze sculpture (eagle) 

Hungarian Freedom Fight Monument (1969) by Arpád Domján

MacArthur Park, Mindszenty Square, southwest corner
of Sixth Street and S. Park View Street, MacArthur Park, Los Angeles 
 
Los Angeles

(Echo Park
and
Westlake) 

30-foot steel entrance gates and arches  "Entry Arches" (1986) by R. M. Fischer  PA MacArthur Park, Wilshire Blvd. and Park View St. entrance, MacArthur Park, Los Angeles  
Los Angeles

(Echo Park
and
Westlake) 

5-piece metal orb sculpture with clock tower structure "Clock Tower Monument in Unknown" (1987) by George Herms  PA MacArthur Park, near 6th Street, MacArthur Park, Los Angeles  
Los Angeles

(Echo Park
and
Westlake)

 
5-foot by 15-foot wood bas relief sculpture mounted on 
freestanding concrete wall 
"Why We Immigrate / Porque Emigramos" (1993) by Dagoberto Reyes, with Thelma Garcia

(in conjunction with the time capsule project) 
MacArthur Park, northeast corner of Wilshire Blvd. and S. Park View Street, MacArthur Park, Los Angeles  
Los Angeles

(Echo Park
and
Westlake) 
metal sculpture with dove image stencils mounted on a 20-foot pole  "White Doves" (circa 2000) [artist unknown] 

[originally untitled]
MacArthur Park, at Msgr. Oscar Romero Memorial Plaza, 7th Street and S. Park View Street, Macarthur Park, Los Angeles
 
 
Los Angeles

(Echo Park
and
Westlake) 
6-foot by 3-foot by 2-foot cast bronze statue on a 3-foot by 3-foot by 2-foot concrete pedestal
 
"Msgr. Oscar A. Romero" (2013) by Joaquin Serrano  MacArthur Park, Msgr. Oscar Romero Memorial Plaza, 7th Street and S. Park View Street, MacArthur Park, Los Angeles 

 

Los Angeles

(Echo Park and Westlake)

approx. 8-foot by 150+-foot mural

“La Raza’s Struggle for Freedom” (1983) by Pedro A. Pelayo

Leroy Street between Magdalena Street and Cardinal Street, Mission Junction, Los Angeles

 

Los Angeles

(Echo Park and Westlake)

8-foot by 300-foot tempera mural


“History of Los Angeles” (1991) by Richard T. Jiminez

Main Street Swap Meet, 1100 N. Main Street, Mission Junction, Los Angeles


Los Angeles

(Echo Park and Westlake)

aerosol mural

We Don’t Have Generations” (1990) by Earth Crew

west side of building, Pico Boulevard and Union Avenue, Pico-Union, Los Angeles


Los Angeles

(Greater Hollywood)
assemblage sculpture of 22 street light standards "Vermonica" (1993) by Sheila Klein   parking lot, 4660 Santa Monica Boulevard, East Hollywood, Los Angeles 


Additional info.:
Sheila Klein 

Los Angeles

(Greater Hollywood)

station art: granite inlay pavement and walls with etched metal spheres

"Ecliptic/Illume" (1999) by Michael Davis and Diedrich Architects & Associates, Inc.  PA

Metro Red Line Vermont/Sunset Station, 1500 N. Vermont Avenue, East Hollywood, Los Angeles

Photo, additional information:  

Los Angeles County MTA  

Los Angeles

(Greater Hollywood)

steel canopy, painted text on concrete panels, polycarbonate and aluminum paintings, lighting

[untitled; station design] (1999) by Robert Millar and Ellerbe-Becket, Inc.  PA

Metro Red Line Vermont/Santa Monica/LA City College Station, 1015 N. Vermont Avenue, East Hollywood, Los Angeles

Photo, additional information: 

Los Angeles County MTA  

Los Angeles

(Greater Hollywood)

copper, granite and porcelain enamel panels with text and photographs; mosaic ceramic tile murals; granite pavers

[untitled; station design] (1999) by May Sun and Escudero-Fribourg Architects  PA

Metro Red Line Hollywood/ Western Station, 5450 Hollywood Boulevard, East Hollywood, Los Angeles

Photo, additional information:

Los Angeles County MTA 

Los Angeles

(Greater Hollywood)

20 porcelain enamel-on-steel panels


“Kinetic Flow” (2005- 2006) by George Legrady  PA

above stairs and escalator at L.A. City College entrance, Metro Red Line Vermont/ Santa Monica/L.A. City College Station, 1015 N. Vermont Avenue, East Hollywood, Los Angeles

Additional info.: 

Los Angeles County MTA 

George Legrady Studio 

Los Angeles

(Greater Hollywood)

bronze Thai angel sculptures mounted on pillars

Aponsi” (date unknown; donated in 2006) (artist unknown)

east and west entrances to Thai Town, Hollywood Boulevard east of Western Avenue, East Hollywood, Los Angeles


Additional info.:

Los Angeles

(Greater Hollywood)

fountain and sculpture


Muse of Music, Dance, Drama” (1940) by George Stanley

entrance, Hollywood Bowl, 2301 North Highland  Avenue, Hollywood, Los Angeles


Additional info.:

Los Angeles

(Greater Hollywood)

mosaic mural

[untitled] (1970) by Millard Sheets, Susan Hertel and Denis O’Connor

northeast corner of Sunset Boulevard and Vine Street, HollywoodLos Angeles


Los Angeles

(Greater Hollywood)

20-foot by 46-foot acrylic mural

“Urban Eden” (1990) by Karen Kitchel

westbound Hollywood Freeway (101) at Mulholland Drive overpass, HollywoodLos Angeles


Los Angeles

(Greater Hollywood)

building-mounted sculpture

[untitled] (1990) by Roger Boyce  PA

Vine Street at Franklin Avenue (Hollywood/Vine Street Storage), Hollywood, Los Angeles


Additional info.:

Los Angeles

(Greater Hollywood)

gazebo gateway sculpture with four stainless steel statues (Del Rio, West, Wong, and Dandridge), weather vane statue of Marilyn Monroe, and granite tile mosaic paving


“Hollywood Gateway" (officially "Hollywood and La Brea Gateway" and commonly "The Four Ladies of Hollywood"), with statues of Dolores Del Rio, Anna Mae Wong, Mae West, and Dorothy Dandridge (1993) by Harl West and designed by Catherine Hardwicke  PA

southeast corner of Hollywood Boulevard and La Brea Boulevard, HollywoodLos Angeles


Additional info.:

Los Angeles

(Greater Hollywood)

31 building-suspended cast bronze sculptures

“Ascent” (1994) by Kim Yasuda  PA

Cherokee-Whitley Parking Garage, 1710-1720 N. Cherokee Avenue,  HollywoodLos Angeles


Additional info.:

Los Angeles

(Greater Hollywood)

sky-lighting bollards inscribed with historical information

“Hollywood & Vine Skytrackers"  (1994) by Tom Ruzika PA

sidewalks at intersection of Hollywood Boulevard and Vine Street, Hollywood, Los Angeles


Additional info.:

Los Angeles

(Greater Hollywood)

colored concrete and metal crosswalk, seating and fencing


“Ivar Intermission” (1994) 
by Susan Stinsmuehlen-Amend  PA

public space on Ivar Avenue between Hollywood Boulevard and Selma Avenue (between the Doolittle Theater parking lot and public library),  Hollywood, Los Angeles


Additional info.:

Los Angeles

(Greater Hollywood)

digitized acrylic mural

“Tony Curtis” (1994) by George Sportelli

southbound Hollywood Freeway (101) at Sunset Boulevard overpass,  Hollywood, Los Angeles


Los Angeles

(Greater Hollywood)

interactive aluminum and glass camera and projector sculpture

“Face Finder / Face Time” (1996) by Steve Appleton  PA

plaza, Sunset Boulevard and Vine Street,  Hollywood, Los Angeles


Additional info.:

Los Angeles

(Greater Hollywood)

station art: sculptural benches; decorative paving; ceramic tile walls; misc. artifacts

"Hooray for Hollywood" (1999) by Gilbert Lujan and Miralles Associates, Inc.  PA

Metro Red Line Hollywood/Vine Station, 6250 Hollywood Boulevard, Hollywood, Los Angeles

Additional information: 

Los Angeles County MTA 

Los Angeles

(Greater Hollywood)

station art: column-mounted sculptures; metal canopy and ceiling truss, projected images; decorative flooring

"Underground Girl" (2000) by Sheila Klein and Dworsky Associates  PA

Metro Red Line Hollywood/ Highland Station, southeast corner of Hollywood Blvd. and Highland Ave., Hollywood, Los Angeles

Additional info.: 

Los Angeles MTA 


Los Angeles

(Greater Hollywood)

5-story suspended sculpture, with video projection and music


“Chandelier Fall” (2001) 
by Michael Davis PA

escalator atrium, Hollywood and Highland Center, 6801 Hollywood Boulevard, Hollywood, Los Angeles


Los Angeles

(Greater Hollywood)

marble mosaic, concrete, steel and fiberglass pathway inscribed with 49 Hollywood career stories; chaise lounge sculpture


“Road to Hollywood” (2001) by 
Erika Rothenberg  PA

main courtyard (Grand Staircase, Babylon Court) and second floor, Hollywood and Highland Center, 6801 Hollywood Boulevard,  Hollywood, Los Angeles

Los Angeles

(Greater Hollywood)

photograph-etched granite floor images

“Starbursts” (2001) by Pat Ward Williams PA

first and second levels, Hollywood and Highland shopping plaza, HollywoodLos Angeles


Los Angeles

(Greater Hollywood)

mural


“Portrait of Hollywood” or “Diversity in Entertainment” (2002) by Eloy Torrez PA

side of Hollywood High School auditorium, 1521 N. Highland Avenue, Hollywood, Los Angeles


Los Angeles

(Greater Hollywood)

40 photographic murals

“Hollywood Night Art Gallery” (2003) by Hollywood Beautification Team (Susan Krieg, Preston Craig, Rodd Swerdloff, Geoffry Tuttle, Jennifer Snoeynick, Jeanna Abbey Cobelli, Jasser Membreno, Kate Macomber-Jones, and Lindsey King)

building roll-down doors on Hollywood Boulevard between Las Palmas Avenue and Highland Avenue,  HollywoodLos Angeles

Photos, additional information: 

Community Redevelopment Agency/LA 

Los Angeles

(Greater Hollywood)

20-foot building-mounted sculpture


“El Cartographo” (2006) 
by Brad Howe PA

11201 West Oswego Street (NoHo Gardens building)  Hollywood, Los Angeles

Additional information: 

Community Redevelopment Agency/LA 

Los Angeles

(Greater Hollywood)

100-foot painted steel fence and gate with sculptural elements


“Sphere Song Gateway”
(2008) by Ricardo Mendoza PA

Seily Rodriquez Park, 5701-5711 Lexington Avenue, Hollywood, Los Angeles

Additional information: 

Community Redevelopment Agency/LA

Los Angeles

(Greater Hollywood)
 
6 7-foot by 4-foot, 16-inch thick, freestanding glass and steel panels containing 28 image-laden glass sheets 

"Psychogeographies" (2015) by Dustin Yellin Columbia Square, 6121 Sunset Blvd. (east of Vine Street), Hollywood, Los Angeles   

Los Angeles

(Harbor Area)

painted metal sculpture

"Rigger" (1981) by William Wareham

plaza in front of Harbor Administration building, W. Fifth Street at Palos Verdes Street, San Pedro, Los Angeles

Additional information: 

Community Redevelopment Agency/LA 

Los Angeles

(Harbor Area)

sculptural column sidewalk lights, 3 metal sculptures in fountain

“Mavis” (1990) by Michael Davis  PA

sidewalk and plaza area, 222 W. Sixth Street, San Pedro, Los Angeles

Photos, additional information: 

Community Redevelopment Agency/LA 

Los Angeles

(Harbor Area)

11½-foot by 5-foot bronze panel sculpture


“Angels Beacon” (1994) by John Okulick  PA

Port of Los Angeles Administrative Building, 425 Palos Verdes Street, San Pedro, Los Angeles

Additional information: 

Community Redevelopment Agency/LA 

Los Angeles

(Harbor Area)

15-foot by 85-foot mural


“Gabrielino Nation: Spirit of the Sage” (1995) by Roberto Salas and Johanna Poeth

1306 Pacific Avenue, San Pedro, Los Angeles

Photo, additional information: 

Roberto Salas 

Los Angeles

(Harbor Area)

pillar and wall entry elements


“Mesa Street Car Park”
(1996) by Vicki Scuri PA

Sixth Street and Mesa Street, San Pedro, Los Angeles


Los Angeles

(Harbor Area)

30-foot robotic light sculpture

“Mojo” (2007) by Christian Moeller PA

corner of Seventh Street and Centre Street, 285 W. Sixth Street, San Pedro, Los Angeles

Additional info.: 


Christian Moeller 

Los Angeles

(Harbor Area)

2 250-foot long by 100-foot wide fountains, reflection pool, and interactive fountain

“Fanfare” (circa 2008) by WET Design

near Swinford Street, and at the Harbor Boulevard Parkway Promenade, San Pedro, Los Angeles

Additional information: 

The Port of Los Angeles 

Los Angeles

(Harbor Area)

7-foot cast bronze sculpture/ statue

“Phineas Banning Memorial” (2004) by Eugene Daub  PA

100 E. Water Street, Wilmington, Los Angeles

Photos, additional information: 

Community Redevelopment Agency/LA 

Los Angeles

(Harbor Area)

cast bronze bust, base with silk-screened ceramic tiles


"John Mendez Legacy”
(2006) by Wayne Healy  PA

John Mendez Baseball Field, 920 Banning Boulevard, Wilmington, Los Angeles

Additional info.: 

Community Redevelopment Agency/LA 

Los Angeles

(Los Feliz and Silver Lake)

acrylic mural

“Vistas de Harmony” (1997) 
by Aztlan Cultural Arts Foundation

Pepper Avenue and W. Avenue 27, Mount Washington, Los Angeles

 

Los Angeles

(Los Feliz and Silver Lake)
 
collection of nine 8-foot to 12-foot high two-sided carved granite sculptures,in a 100-foot diameter area with native landscaping, permeable hardscape using stone fragments from the project, and LED lighting

"Faces of Elysian Valley" (2017) by Freyja Bardell and Brian Howe  PA center of roundabout/traffic circle, San Fernando Road and N. Figueroa Street, Elysian Valley, Los Angeles  

Los Angeles

(San Fernando Valley)

gateway sculpture


“Mountain Passage” (1997) by John Okulick  PA 

Metrolink Station, 10046 Old Depot Plaza Road, Chatsworth, Los Angeles


Los Angeles

(San Fernando Valley)

20-foot stainless steel sculpture

“Tree of Life” (2002) by Michael Amescua  PA

exterior grounds, Chatsworth Courthouse, 9425 Penfield Ave., Chatsworth, Los Angeles


Additional info.:

Los Angeles

(San Fernando Valley)

3-part sculpture


“We The People” (2002Y by Michael Davis  PA

interior atrium, Chatsworth Courthouse, 9425 Penfield Ave., Chatsworth, Los Angeles


Additional info.:
Los Angeles

(San Fernando Valley)  
station art:  enamel-on-steel panel,  glass mosaic pavement"A Glimpse of Stony Point Park" (2012) by  Lisa Adams  PA  station platform, Metro Orange Line Chatsworth Station, 21501 Lassen Street, Chatsworth, Los Angeles, CA  91311Additional information:
Los Angeles County MTA   
Los Angeles

(San Fernando Valley) 
station art:  enamel-on-steel panels, glass and stone mosaic pavement"Strati" (2012) by Anne Marie Karlsen  PA  station platform, Metro Orange Line Nordhoff Station, 9070 Canoga Avenue, Chatsworth, Los Angeles, CA  91311 Additional information:
Los Angeles County MTA  

Los Angeles

(San Fernando Valley)

light standard-mounted metal medallions

[untitled; Canoga Park light standard medallions] (1999) by Susan Stinsmuehlen-Amend  PA

Sherman Way between Jordan Avenue and Canoga Avenue, Canoga Park, Los Angeles

Additional info.: 

Community Redevelopment Agency/LA 

Los Angeles

(San Fernando Valley)

concrete and ceramic tile sidewalk paving

[untitled] (1999) by Susan Stinsmuehlen-Amend  PA

exterior entrance, Madrid Theatre, 21622 Sherman Way, Canoga Park, Los Angeles

Additional info.:

Community Redevelopment Agency/LA 

Los Angeles

(San Fernando Valley)  
station art:  porcelain enamel-on-steel panels, terrazzo pavement "Constructed Histories" (2006) by Roy Dowell  PA  station platform, Metro Orange Line Canoga Station, 6770 Canoga Avenue, Canoga Park, Los Angeles, CA  91303 Additional information: 
Los Angeles County MTA  
Los Angeles

(San Fernando Valley)  
station art:  enamel-on-steel panels, stone and glass pavement patterns"Western Imaginary" (2012) by Ken Gonzales-Day  PA  station platform, Metro Orange Line Canoga Station, 6770 Canoga Avenue, Canoga Park, Los Angeles, CA  91303 Additional information:
Los Angeles County MTA   
Los Angeles

(San Fernando Valley) 
station art:  enamel-on-steel panels, glass and stone mosaic pavement medallion "Liquid Light:  Flowing Into the Future" (2012) by Sam Erenberg  PA station platform, Metro Orange Line Roscoe Station, 8310 Canoga Avenue, Canoga Park, Los Angeles, CA  91304 Additional information:
Los Angeles County MTA  
Los Angeles

(San Fernando Valley) 
station art:  enamel-on-steel panels, glass and stone mosaic pavement "Owensmouth/Canoga Park" (2012) by Margaret Lazzari  PA  station platform, Metro Orange Line Sherman Way Station, 7170 Canoga Avenue, Canoga Park, Los Angeles, CA  91303 Additional information:
Los Angeles County MTA  
Los Angeles

(San Fernando Valley)  
12-foot by 16-foot mosaic mural  [untitled] (1977) by Millard Sheets, Susan Hertel and Denis O'Connorexterior facade above main entrance, 17107 Ventura Blvd., Encino, Los Angeles   
Los Angeles

(San Fernando Valley)  
station art:  porcelain enamel-on-steel panels, terrazzo pavement images "OverSite" (2005) by John O'Brien  PA   station platform, Metro Orange Line Balboa Station, 6340 N. Balboa Blvd., Encino, Los Angeles, CA  91316 Additional info.:
Los Angeles County MTA
 
Los Angeles

(San Fernando Valley) 
8-foot cast bronze statue on 6-foot by 3-foot by 3-foot marble pedestal, surrounded by 8 airplane propellers
from the 1930s
"Amelia Earhart" (circa 1971) by Ernest Shelton

The statue was originally made of gold-plated fiberglass, and later replaced by this cast bronze version; a rededicated in 2003 made the addition of a circle of airplane propellers around the statue
 
 11410 West Magnolia Blvd., North Hollywood, Los Angeles 
Los Angeles

(San Fernando Valley)
12-foot by 2,754-foot (1/2 mile) acrylic mural consisting of individual panels depicting California and local historical and social issues)

"The Great Wall of Los Angeles" (1977-1983) by Judith Baca and multiple artists (design), and local youth and community members (painting)

The mural was restored in 2011

west wall of flood control channel south of Oxnard Street, 12900 Oxnard Street, North Hollywood, Los AngelesAdditional info:
Wikipedia
Social Public Art Resource Center 

Los Angeles

(San Fernando Valley)

7-foot by 5-foot by 1-foot building-mounted concrete relief statues

“George Burns and Gracie Allen” (1991) by Richard H. Ellis  PA

theater building exterior, Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, 5215 Lankershim Boulevard, North Hollywood, Los Angeles

Additional info.:

Community Redevelopment Agency/LA

Los Angeles

(San Fernando Valley)

bronze statue

“Jack Benny” (1991) by Ernest Shelton  PA

plaza area, 5200 Lankershim Boulevard, North Hollywood, Los Angeles

Additional info.:

Community Redevelopment Agency/LA 

Los Angeles

(San Fernando Valley)

bronze statue


“Johnny Carson” (1991) 
by Ernest Shelton  PA

plaza area, 5200 Lankershim Boulevard, North Hollywood, Los Angeles

Additional info.:

Community Redevelopment Agency/LA 

Los Angeles

(San Fernando Valley)

bronze statue

“Lucille Ball” (1991) by by Ernest Shelton  PA

plaza area, 5200 Lankershim Boulevard, North Hollywood, Los Angeles

Additional info.:

Community Redevelopment Agency/LA 

Los Angeles

(San Fernando Valley)

5-foot by 5-foot by 1-foot building-mounted concrete relief sculpture

“Steve Allen” (1991) by Richard H. Ellis  PA

theater building exterior, Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, 5215 Lankershim Boulevard, North Hollywood, Los Angeles

Additional info.:

Community Redevelopment Agency/LA 

Los Angeles

(San Fernando Valley)

7-foot by 5-foot by 1-foot building-mounted concrete relief sculpture


“Walter Cronkite” (1991) by
Richard H. Ellis  PA

theater building exterior, Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, 5215 Lankershim Boulevard, North Hollywood, Los Angeles

Additional info.: 

Community Redevelopment Agency/LA 

Los Angeles

(San Fernando Valley)

mosaic ceramic tile seating wall

[untitled] (1991) by Marlo Bartels  PA

plaza area, Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, 5215 Lankershim Boulevard, North Hollywood, Los Angeles

Additional info.:

Community Redevelopment Agency/LA 

Los Angeles

(San Fernando Valley)

ceramic tile mosaic murals

“Homage to North Hollywood” (1992) by Karen Koblitz  PA

exterior façade of shopping center entrance (Vineland Magnolia Shopping Center), Magnolia Boulevard and Vineland Boulevard, North Hollywood, Los Angeles

Additional info,:

Community Redevelopment Agency/LA

Los Angeles

(San Fernando Valley)

ceramic tile murals

“Kaleidoscope Dreams” (2000) by James Doolin and Anne Marie Karlsen  PA

Metro Red Line North Hollywood Station, Lankershim Boulevard and Chandler Boulevard, North Hollywood, Los Angeles

Photo, additional information: 

Los Angeles County MTA 

Los Angeles

(San Fernando Valley)

painted ceramic tile tree sculptures and murals; symbolic elements


“The Trees of Califas”
(station design) (2000) by Margaret Garcia and Siegel Diamond Architecture  PA

Metro Red Line Universal City Station, Lankershim Boulevard and Universal Hollywood Drive,North Hollywood, Los Angeles

Additional information: 

Los Angeles County MTA  

Los Angeles

(San Fernando Valley)

bronze, metal, and slate gateway sculpture spanning Lankershim Blvd.


“NoHo Gateway” (2003) by 
Peter Shire  PA

across Lankershim Boulevard, south of Huston Street, North Hollywood, Los Angeles

Addtional info.

Community Redevelopment Agendy/LA

Los Angeles

(San Fernando Valley)

building-mounted sculpture

[untitled] (2003) by Hyunsook Cho  PA

5310 Vineland Avenue (A-1 Self Storage), North Hollywood, Los Angeles

Additional info.:

Community Redevelopment Agency/LA 

Los Angeles

(San Fernando Valley) 
station art:  porcelain enamel-on-steel panels, terrazzo pavement "Dramatic Locale" (2005) by Caryl Davis  PA station platform, Metro Orange line North Hollywood Station, 5373 Lankershim Blvd., North Hollywood, Los Angeles, CA  91601Additional information:
Los Angeles County MTA  
Los Angeles

(San Fernando Valley)
 
station art:  porcelain enamel-on-steel panels, terrazzo pavement "Lucky California" (2005) by Phung Huynh  PA station platform, Metro Orange Line Laurel Canyon Station, 5371 Laurel Canyon Blvd., North Hollywood, Los Angeles, CA  91607Additional information:
Los Angeles County MTA  

Los Angeles

(San Fernando Valley)

building-mounted electronic lighting panel sculpture

“Drive By” (2007) by Electroland  PA

NoHo Commons building, 5300 Lankershim Boulevard, North Hollywood, Los Angeles

Additional info.: 

Community Redevelopment Agency/LA 

Los Angeles

(San Fernando Valley)

bronze memorial plaque with porcelain enamel etching


“Fireman’s Memorial’
(2007) by Christina Ulke  PA

Lankershim Boulevard and Weddington Street, North Hollywood, Los Angeles

Additional info.:

Community Redevelopment Agency/LA 

Los Angeles

(San Fernando Valley)

station art:  18 relief panels and stamped concrete pavement


“City and Citrus” (2000) by Will Nettleship  PA 

Metrolink Northridge Station, 8775 Wilbur Avenue, Northridge, Los Angeles



Los Angeles

(San Fernando Valley)

6-foot by 100-foot mural

“Tigers Stalking Their Prey” (1991) by Manuel Velazquez

corner of Laurel Canyon Boulevard and Fox Street, San Fernando, Los Angeles


Los Angeles

(San Fernando Valley)

mosaic mural

[untitled] (1970) by Millard Sheets, Nancy Colbath and Denis O’Connor

exterior façade above entrance, 12051 Ventura Boulevard, Studio City, Los Angeles


Los Angeles

(San Fernando Valley)

14-foot by 60-foot acrylic mural


“Your Kids, My Kids”
(1991) by Manuel Velazquez and 12 Middle School students

exterior auditorium wall facing Borden Avenue, Olive Vista Middle School, 14600 Tyler Street, Sylmar, Los Angeles


Los Angeles

(San Fernando Valley)

sculptural fencing"Wave Fence" (2008) by Rod Baer  PApool/poolhouse fencing, El Cariso Community Regional Park, 13100 Hubbard Avenue, Sylmar, Los AngelesAdditional info.:
Los Angeles

(San Fernando Valley)
station art:  porcelain enamel-on-steel panels, terrazzo pavement  "Tarzan and Tarzana" (2005) by Sandow Birk  PA station platform, Metro Orange Line Tampa Station, 6101 Tampa Avenue, Tarzana, Los Angeles, CA  91335 Additional information:
Los Angeles County MTA 
Los Angeles

(San Fernando Valley) 
 
 
station art:  porcelain enamel-on-steel panels, terrazzo pavement  "Now and Then" (2005) by Jody Zellen  PA  station platform, Metro Orange Line Reseda Station, 6056 N. Reseda Blvd., Tarzana, Los Angeles, CA  91335Additional information:
Jody Zellen  
Los Angeles County MTA 
Los Angeles

(San Fernando Valley) 
2,754-foot mural "Great Wall of Los Angeles" (1974) by local artists, youth and community members bank of Tujunga Flood Control Channel at eastern edge of Los Angeles Valley College, Coldwater Canyon Extension at Burbank Blvd., Valley Glen, Los Angeles  Additional information:
Social and Public Art Resource Center   
Los Angeles

(San Fernando Valley)
 
3 12-foot high painted metal sculptures "Drive-By Art" (1992) by Lars Hawkes PA edge of Highway 170, at northbound Sherman Way on-ramp, Valley Glen, Los Angeles   
Los Angeles

(San Fernando Valley)
station art:  photographic portrait panels, terrazzo pavement "Former Location/Contemporary Portrait" (2005) by Laura London  PA  station platform, Metro Orange Line Valley College Station, 13240 W. Burbank Blvd., Valley Glen, Los Angeles, CA  91401 Additional information:
Los Angeles County MTA  
Los Angeles

(San Fernando Valley)
station art:  porcelain enamel-on-steel panels, terrazzo pavement "Journey to California" (2005) by Daniel Marlos  PA  station platform, Metro Orange Line Woodman Station, 3620 W. Oxnard Street, Valley Glen, Los Angeles, CA  91401 Additional information:
Los Angeles County MTA  
Los Angeles

(San Fernando Valley) 
station art:  porcelain enamel-on-steel panels, terrazzo pavement"Todos vuelvan/Everyone Returns" (2005) by Michele Martinez  PA station platform, Metro Orange Line Sepulveda Station, 15430 W. Erwin Street, Van Nuys, Los Angeles, CA  91411 Additional information:
Los Angeles County MTA  
Los Angeles

(San Fernando Valley)
station art:  porcelain enamel-on-steel panels, terrazzo pavement "VAN NUYS, The New Town" (2005) by Roxene Rockwell  PA  station platform, Metro Orange Line Van Nuys Station, 6060 Van Nuys Blvd., Van Nuys, Los Angeles, 91411 Additional information:
Los Angeles County MTA  
Los Angeles

(San Fernando Valley) 
station art:  porcelain enamel-on-steel panels, terrazzo pavement "Valley Scan" (2005) by John Roloff  PA  station platform, Metro Orange Line Woodley Station, 6381 N. Woodley Avenue, Van Nuys, Los Angeles, CA  91406 Additional information:
Los Angeles County MTA  
Los Angeles

(San Fernando Valley) 
station art:  porcelain enamel-on-steel panels, terrazzo pavement "Dogs Chasing My Car in the Desert" (2005) by John Divola  PA station platform, Metro Orange Line De Soto Station, 20901 Victory Blvd., Woodland Hills, Los Angeles, CA  91367Additional information:
Los Angeles County MTA  
Los Angeles

(San Fernando Valley) 
station art:  porcelain enamel-on-steel panels, terrazzo pavement "What We See" (2005) by Pat Warner  PA  station platform, Metro Orange Line Pierce College Station, 6425 Winnetka Avenue, Woodland Hills, Los Angeles, CA  91367Additional information:
Los Angeles County MTA  

Los Angeles

(South Los Angeles)

glazed ceramic tile murals(untitled) (2008) by Michelle Martinez  PA   poolhouse facade, Helen Keller Park, 1045 W. 126th Street, Athens, Los AngelesAdditional info.:
Los Angeles County Arts Commission 

Los Angeles

(South Los Angeles)

station art: copper canopy; sandblasted concrete tiles with images; benches; tile collages; sculptural elements


 (1995) by Steve Appleton and Caltrans (Locke High School students assisted with the circle of concrete tiles at station entrance)   PA

Station Platform, Metro Green Line Harbor Freeway Station, 11500 S. Figueroa Street, Athens, Los Angeles



Additional info.: 

Los Angeles County MTA  


Los Angeles

(South Los Angeles)

station art: hanging bronze sculpture; 2 screen-walls; photographic mural; glass paving with poetry text


“real green” (1995) by Kim Yasuda, Torgen Johnson, and Caltrans; poetry by Michelle T. Clinton and Rubén Martinez  PA

Station Platform, Metro Green Line Vermont Station, 11603 S. Vermont Avenue, Athens, Los Angeles


Additional info.:

Los Angeles County MTA  

Los Angeles

(South Los Angeles)

station art: sculptural seating; paving tiles; pole-mounted painted metal shapes


by Horace Washington  PA

station platform and surrounding sidewalks, Metro Blue Line Vernon Station, 4421 Long Beach Avenue, Central Alameda, Los Angeles


Additional info.: 

Los Angeles County MTA 

Los Angeles

(South Los Angeles)

station art: 3 fence-mounted painted steel panels with cut-out figures

“Running for the Blue Line” (1997) by Elliott Pinkney  PA

station fence, Metro Blue Line Washington Station, 1945 Long Beach Avenue, Central Alameda, Los Angeles


Additional info.:

Los Angeles County MTA 

Los Angeles

(South Los Angeles) 
station art:  panel-mounted mosaic murals "All in a Day" or "Community at Large" (2011-2012) by Michael Massenburg  PA  station platform, Metro Expo Farmdale Station, 4420 Exposition Blvd., Crenshaw, Los Angeles  


Additional information:
Michael Massenburg 
Los Angeles County MTA  
Los Angeles

(South Los Angeles) 
station art: panel-mounted murals on ceramic tile"LA Metro Loteria" (2012) by Jose Lozano  PA   station platform, Metro Expo Line La Brea Station, 5060 Exposition Blvd., Crenshaw, Los Angeles


Additional information:
Los Angeles County MTA  

Los Angeles

(South Los Angeles)

mural


“Transportation Brought Art to the People” (1977) by Ulysses Jenkins 

S. Hope Street and W. 35thStreet, Exposition Park, Los Angeles


Los Angeles

(South Los Angeles)

25-foot by 15-foot by 5-foot cast bronze, gold leaf and zinc gateway sculpture with 2 headless figures


“Olympic Gateway”
(1984) by Robert Graham  PA

main entrance, Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, 3939 S. Figueroa Street, Exposition Park, Los Angeles


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Los Angeles

(South Los Angeles)

ceramic and glass tile mural

[no title] (1976) by Frank Matranga

exterior entrance, View Park Library, 3854 W. 54th Street, View Park, Los Angeles


Additional info.:
 
Los Angeles

(South Los Angeles) 
station art: panel-mounted illustrations"Urban Dualities" (2012) by Samuel Rodriguez  PA   station platform, Metro Expo Line Jefferson/USC Station, 3214 S. Flower Street, Exposition Park, Los Angeles


Additional information:
Los Angeles MTA   
Los Angeles

(South Los Angeles) 
station art: panel-mounted collage of glass-fused streetscape images on tile"On Saturdays" (2012) by Robbert Flick  PA   station platform, Metro Expo Line Park/USC Station, 661 Exposition Blvd., Exposition Park, Los Angeles  



Additional info.:
Los Angeles County MTA  
Los Angeles

(South Los Angeles) 
station art: panel-mounted mosaic murals on ceramic tile"Neighborhood Portrait: Reconstructed" (2012) by Jessica Polzin McCoy  PA   station platform, Metro Expo Line Vermont Station, 1043 Exposition Blvd., Exposition Park, Los Angeles 



Additional info.:
Los Angeles County MTA  
Los Angeles

(South Los Angeles) 
6-foot by 112-foot mural "El Movimiento" ("The Movement") (2012) by Oscar Magallanes  PA Florence Avenue parking lot, 1616 E. Florence Avenue, Florence-Graham, Los Angeles Additional information:
Los Angeles County Arts Commission

Los Angeles

(South Los Angeles)

mural

Exposition Park Welcomes the World – Bienvenidos a La Ciudad de Nuestra Señora la Reina de Los Ángeles de Porciuncula” (1984) by Goez Art Studio

exterior wall, Department of Public Social Services, 3965 South Vermont Avenue, Jefferson Park, Los Angeles


Photos, additional information:

 

Los Angeles

(South Los Angeles)  
station art: panel-mounted mosaic murals"Wanderers" (2012) by Willie Middlebrook  PA   station platform, Metro Expo Line Crenshaw Station, 3428 Exposition Blvd., Jefferson Park, Los Angeles  



Additional info.:
Los Angeles County MTA  
Los Angeles

(South Los Angeles)
 
station art: panel-mounted mosaic murals"Ephemeral Views:  A Visual Essay" (2012) by Ronald J. Llanos  PA   station platform, Metro Expo Line Western Station, 1573 Exposition Blvd., Leimert Park, Los Angeles 



Additional info.:
Los Angeles County MTA  
Los Angeles

(South Los Angeles)  
station art: panel-mounted glazed ceramic bas relief murals"Engraved in Memory" (2012) by Daniel Gonzalez  PA  station platform, Metro Expo Line La Cienega/Jefferson Station, 5664 W. Jefferson Blvd., Mc Manus, Los Angeles  


Additional information:
Los Angeles County MTA   
Los Angeles

(South Los Angeles)
station art:  4 ceramic and concrete panels, 96 porcelain-enameled steel panels“South Central Suite: Slauson Serenade, South Central Codex” (1995) by East Los Streetscapers  PA  at street level and at station platform, Metro Blue Line Slauson Station (near Maywood), 5585 Randolph Street, South Los Angeles, Los Angeles 


Additional info.:
Los Angeles County MTA 
East Los Streetscapers 

 
Los Angeles

(South Los Angeles)
station art:  8 pole-mounted hand-painted ceramic tile murals“A Florence Moment” (2004-2005) by Ricardo Duffy  PA  station platform, Metro Blue Line Florence Station (at Roosevelt Park), 7225 Graham Avenue, South Los Angeles, Los Angeles  



Additional info.:
Los Angeles County MTA  
Los Angeles

(South Los Angeles) 
station art: 2 column-mounted ceramic tile murals"El Deseo de Progresar / The Will to Progress" (2004) by
 Ricardo Mendoza  PA 
street level entrance, Metro Blue Line Firestone Station (at Washington Park), 8615 Graham Avenue, South Los Angeles, Los Angeles



Additional info.:
Los Angeles County MTA  
Los Angeles

(South Los Angeles)
5-foot by 90-foot porcelain and glass tile mural "Different Strokes" (2009) by Paul Tsanetopoulos  PA Mary M. Bethune Park poolhouse, 1244 E. 61st Street, South Los Angeles, Los Angeles 



Additional info:
Los Angeles County Arts Commission 

Los Angeles

(South Los Angeles)
ceiling mounted polycarbonate sculpture"Circum-Spectrum" (2010) by George Peters and Melanie Walker (Airworks Studio, Inc.)  PA interior atrium, Hubert H. Humphrey Comprehensive Health Center, 5850 S. Main Street, South Los Angeles, Los Angeles Photos, additional information:
Los Angeles County Arts Commission 
Los Angeles

(South Los Angeles) 
7-foot wall-mounted sculpture, 10-foot wall-mounted sculpture, 3 25-foot sculptures "Wish" (2014) by Heath Satow  PA 1010 E. Slauson Avenue, South Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA  90011 


Additional info.:
Heath Satow

Los Angeles

(South Los Angeles)

acrylic mural


“Vision and Motion” (1993) 
by Elliot Pinkney

exterior north wall, 4828 Crenshaw Boulevard, View Park, Los Angeles


Los Angeles

(South Los Angeles) 
metal sculpture "Dream Catcher" (2000) by Tina Allen  5401 Crenshaw Blvd., View Park - Windsor Hills, Los Angeles  

Los Angeles

(South Los Angeles)

17 inter-connected sculptural structures with embedded ceramic items, found objects and artifacts, reaching up to 99-feet in height


 by Sabato (Simon) Rodia

1761-1765 E. 107th Street, Watts, Los Angeles


Additional info.:

Los Angeles

(South Los Angeles)

podium sculpture with concrete relief and cast bronze


“Symbols of Unity – The Idea of Freedom” (1992) 
by Charles Dickson  PA

E. 103rd Street and Grandee Avenue, Watts, Los Angeles

Photos, additional information: 

Community Redevelopment Agency/LA  

Los Angeles

(South Los Angeles)

station art: column-mounted metal totem sculptures, pavement mosaic with proverbs

“Blue Line Totems in Red” (1994) by Roberto Salas  PA

station platform, Metro Blue Line 103rd Street Station, 10100 Grandee Avenue, Watts, Los Angeles


Additional info.:

Los Angeles County MTA  

Los Angeles

(South Los Angeles)

station art:  column-mounted painted metal sculptures


“Hide-n-Seek” (1995) by JoeSam.  PA

upper and lower station levels, Metro Blue Line Willowbrook Station (aka Rosa Parks/Wilmington/ Imperial Station), 11611 Willowbrook Avenue, Watts, Los Angeles


Additional info.:

Los Angeles County MTA 

Los Angeles

(South Los Angeles)
30-foot by 10-foot building-mounted bas relief sculpture

"Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. and Dr. Charles R. Drew" (1998) by Tina Allen  southwest building facade, 1601 E. 120th Street, Willowbrook, Los Angeles   
Los Angeles

(South Los Angeles) 
5 concrete and ceramic tile benches  “Pathways to Freedom”
(2002) by Michael Massenburg and Robin Strayhorn  PA  
street-level entrance, Metro Blue Line Willowbrook Station (aka Rosa Parks/Wilmington/ Imperial Station), 11611 Willowbrook Avenue, Watts, Los Angeles 

Additional info.:
Michael Massenburg 

Los Angeles County MTA
Los Angeles

(South Los Angeles) 
9-foot by 10-foot tile mural "Gifts From Mother" (2008) by Robin Strayhorn  PA   entrance to poolhouse, Ted Watkins Memorial Park, 1335 E. 103rd Street, Watts, Los AngelesPhoto, additional information:
Los Angeles County Arts Commission 
Los Angeles

(South Los Angeles)

suspended metal chain sculpture   [title unknown] (forthcoming 2010) by Ball-Nogues Studio  PAinterior lobby, Centinela Area Building and Safety Permit Office, 1330 W. Imperial Highway, West Athens, Los Angeles
Photos, additional information:
Los Angeles

(South Los Angeles) 

glazed tile mural"Aquatic Endeavors"  (2008) by Robin Strayhorn   PA

entrance, Enterprise Park Pool, 13055 Clovis Avenue, Willowbrook, Los Angeles 

Photos, additional information:
Los Angeles

(South Los Angeles) 

33 1/2-foot by 4 1/2-foot glass and ceramic tile mosaic mural"Ocean Journey" (2008) by Matt Doolin and Paul Doolin  PAstreet entrance, George W. Carver Park Pool House, 1400 E. 118th Street,  Willowbrook, Los Angeles 
Los Angeles

(South Los Angeles) 
18-foot by 7-foot by 20-foot 12-piece 110-ton gray granite scupture "Pieces Together" (2014) by Lawrence Argent  PA main north entrance, Martin Luther King Jr. Hospital, 1680 E. 120th Street, Willowbrook, Los Angeles 


Los Angeles County Arts Commission 
Lawrence Argent

Los Angeles

(South Los Angeles) 
assemblage sculpture of found objects and materials in 9 separate collages"A Healing Home" (2014) by Dominique Moody  PA interior lobby, Outpatient Services, Martin Luther King Jr. Hospital, 1670 E. 120th Street, Willowbrook, Los Angeles 


Los Angeles County Arts Commission 
Dominique Moody

Los Angeles

(South Los Angeles) 
chromotherapy garden landscaping with blue glass mulch and lighting design"Azul Healing Garden" (2015) by Dan Corsen and Ahbe Landscape Architects  PA  Martin Luther King Jr. Hospital, 1670 E. 120th Street, Willowbrook, Los Angeles 




Los Angeles County Arts Commission 
Dan Corsen


Los Angeles

(Westside)

13-foot by 195-foot acrylic mural


“Unto Ye Heavenly Garden of Knowledge” (1993) by 
Russell Carlton

westbound Santa Monica Freeway (10) near National Boulevard, Palms, Los Angeles


Los Angeles

(Westside)

 
station art: art panels of images of pencil drawings on wood with hand-cut Japanese washi paper collages of local people, places, nurseries and plant life
 
"Artist Educators" (2013; installed 2016) by Shizu Saldamando  PA Palms Station platform, Metro Expo Line, 10021 National Boulevard, Palms, Los Angeles  

Los Angeles

(Westside)

4 mosaic ceramic tile benches; 4 mosaic ceramic tile urns


“Ballona Sea Change” (2006)
by Marlo Bartels

various locations, Playa Vista, Los Angeles

Photo: 

Marlo Bartels 

Los Angeles

(Westside)

 
3-column 8-foot, 12-foot and 14-foot stone sculpture; 15-foot square base
 
[title and artist unknown] (circa 2006)east end of Crescent Park, Playa Vista, Los Angeles  
Los Angeles

(Westside)

 
kinetic ribbed chain mail sculpture of Kaynemaile seamless plastic mesh strips on a 60-foot high lantern-shaped tower
 
"Enagua" (2015) by Ned Kahn West Runway Road, Playa Vista, Los Angeles  
Los Angeles

(Westside) 
2 acrylic paint murals "Nothing Exists" (2015) by Cyrcle exterior walls of building and parking garage, Paseo, West Runway Road, Playa Vista, Los Angeles
 
 
Los Angeles

(Westside) 
45-foot b 90-foot acrylic paint mural
 
"Extinción" (2015) by DourONEsouth exterior walls of parking garage (near West Runway Road, Playa Vista, Los Angeles 

 
Los Angeles

(Westside) 
aerosol spray paint mural 

untitled (walking fingers) (2015) by Case Maclaim (a.k.a. Andreas von Chrzanowski)  southwest exterior of parking garage, facing Jefferson Blvd., Playa Vista, Los Angeles 

 
Los Angeles

(Westside) 
aerosol spray paint mural  untitled (hands with plane) (2015) by Case Maclaim (a.k.a. Andreas von Chrzanowski) north exterior of buildings near Jefferson Blvd. entrance to Whole Foods Market, Playa Vista, Los Angeles 

 
Los Angeles

(Westside)
 
station art: art panels of mosaic tile images with the unifying theme of a flowing sash "And Here I Will Stay" (2013; installed 2016) by Nzuji De Magalhaes  PA Exposition/Bundy Station platform, Metro Expo Line, 12201 Exposition Blvd., Sawtelle, Los Angeles  

Los Angeles

(Westside)

[mural]


DECOMMISSIONED 2012
[“The Story of Venice” or “Kinney’s Dream” (1941) 
by Edward Biberman PA]

[interior, former Venice Post Office, 1601 Main Street, Venice Beach, Los Angeles]

This mural is no longer public art 

and is now private property: 

Los Angeles Times 

Los Angeles

(Westside)

30-foot building-mounted aluminum, steel, and fiberglass mechanical sculpture


by Jonathan Borofsky

Main Street and Rose Avenue (Venice Renaissance), 110 Navy Avenue, Venice Beach, Los Angeles



Additional info.:

Los Angeles

(Westside)

30-foot metal sculpture


“Harmic Arch” (1989) by Guy Dill 

above parking garage entrance to Venice Renaissance building, 110 Navy Avenue, Venice Beach, Los Angeles

 

Los Angeles

(Westside)

17-foot by 37-foot acrylic-on-masonry mural

“Homage to a Starry Knight” (1990) by Rip Cronk

north wall, Beach House building, Ocean Front Walk and Wave Crest Avenue, Venice, Los Angeles


Additional info.: 

R. Cronk 


Los Angeles

(Westside)

mural


“Ocean Swell” (1990) by Rip Cronk

Ocean Front Walk and Clubhouse Avenue, Venice Beach, Los Angeles

Photo: 

R. Cronk 

Additional information: 

Venice Chamber of Commerce 

Los Angeles

(Westside)

mural

“Rip Tide” (1990) by Rip Cronk

Ocean Front Walk and Clubhouse Avenue, Venice Beach, Los Angeles

Additional information: 

Venice Chamber of Commerce 

Los Angeles

(Westside)

mural


“Venice Beach” (1990) by Rip Cronk

south side of building, Beach House building, Ocean Front Walk and Wave Crest Avenue, Venice Beach, Los Angeles


Additional info.:  

R. Cronk 

Los Angeles

(Westside)
110-foot by 206-foot acrylic mural "Endangered Species" (1990) by Emily Winters  Ocean Front Walk and Park Avenue, Venice Beach, Los Angeles 




 
Los Angeles

(Westside)
25-foot by 10-foot acrylic mural "Morning Shot" (1991) by Rip Cronk  1800 block of Speedway Avenue at 18th Place, Venice, Los Angeles 



Additional info.:
Rip Cronk 

Los Angeles

(Westside)

45-foot by 44-foot by 18-foot building-mounted concrete and cement plaster sculpture


by Claes Oldenburg and Coosje van Bruggen

340 Main Street, Venice Beach, Los Angeles


Additional info.:

Claes Oldenburg, Coosje van Bruggen 

Los Angeles

(Westside)

12-foot by 100-foot mural, with poetry


“Marc Chagall Comes to Venice Beach” (1991) by Christina
Schlesinger, poetry by Dora Bayrack

southwest corner of Ozone Ave. and Speedway at entrance to Israel Levin Senior Adult Center, 201 Ocean Front Walk, Venice Beach, Los Angeles


Los Angeles

(Westside)

11-foot by 9-foot fresco

“El Quinto Sol (The Fifth Sun)” (1992) by Frederico Vigil

building exterior (SPARC), 685 Venice Boulevard, Venice Beach, Los Angeles


Los Angeles

(Westside) 
approx. 15-foot by 100-foot mural honoring prisoners of war and those missing in action in the Southeast Asia region and Vietnam, and includes the names of 2,,273 missing service personnel
 
"You Are Not Forgotten" (1992) by Peter Stewart  corner of Pacific Avenue and Sunset Court, Venice Beach, Los Angeles  
Los Angeles

(Westside)
 
60 1/2-foot steel I-beam sculpture "Declaration" (or "Voxal") (2001) by Mark di Suvero  beach side of Oceanfront Walk at Winward Avenue, Venice Beach, Los AngelesMark di Suvero 
Los Angeles

(Westside)
 
50-foot by 20-foot acrylic mural  "Portrait of Abbot Kinney" (2004) by Rip Cronk 67 N. Venice Boulevard, Venice Beach, Los Angeles  
Los Angeles

(Westside) 
21-foot by 34-foot acrylic mural "Venice Beach Chorus Line" (2004) by Rip Cronk

 
northeast corner of Ocean Front Walk and Clubhouse Avenue, Venice Beach, Los Angeles  

Los Angeles

(Westside)

6-foot anodized aluminum sculpture


“Venice Torso” (2007) by 
Robert Graham

Winward Circle, Venice Beach, Los Angeles

 

Additional info.: 

Robert Graham 

Los Angeles

(Westside)  
21-foot by 100-foot mural "Venice Kinesis" (2010) by Rip Cronk (restoration of "Venice Reconstituted" (1989) by Rip Cronk) west side of Venice Beach Hotel, Winward Ave. and Speedway, 21 Winward Ave., Venice Beach, Los Angeles 




Los Angeles

(Westside)
mural "Venice Homies" (2010) by Jules Muck corner of Electric Avenue and California Avenue, Venice Beach, Los Angeles 

 
Los Angeles

(Westside)
 
50-foot by 150-foot mural "Touch of Venice" (2012) by Jonas Never  

[replaced "St. Chalres Painting" (1978) by Terry Schoonhoven]


east side of Venice Beach Hotel, Winward Ave. and Speedway, 21 Winward Ave., Venice Beach, Los Angeles 


 
Los Angeles

(Westside)
6-foot by 6-foot acrylic mural "Jack Herer" (2013) by Brian "TAZROC" Garcia west side of building, 1501 Pacific Avenue, Venice Beach, Los Angeles 




Los Angeles

(Westside) 
acrylic mural "Superbot Media" (2013) by Max Neutra9 Dudley  Avenue and Speedway, 9 Dudley Avenue, Venice Beach, Los Angeles

 
Los Angeles

(Westside)
acrylic mural "Gorilla" (2013) by Isabelle Alford-Lago corner of Market Street and Pacific Avenue, 74 Market Street, Venice Beach, Los Angeles 


 
Los Angeles

(Westside) 
6-foot by 9-foot acrylic mural "Octopus" (2013) by Isabelle Alford-Lago  308 N. Venice Boulevard, Venice, Los Angeles 



 
Los Angeles

(Westside) 
10-foot by 15-foot acrylic mural "Breakthrough" (2013) by Chase 100 E. Brooks Avenue, Venice Beach, Los Angeles 



Additional info.: 
Art of Chase
Los Angeles

(Westside)
25-foot acrylic mural "Arnold Schwarzenegger" (2013) Jonas Never east side of Thermolife building, 1800 block of Speedway Avenue, Venice Beach, Los Angeles




Los Angeles

(Westside)

 
25-foot by 75-foot acrylic paint mural  "Luminaries of Pantheism" (2015) by Levi Ponce  South Venice Blvd. between Speedway and Ocean Front Walk, Venice Beach, Los Angeles
 
Additional info.:
The Paradise Project 
Los Angeles

(Westside) 
27-inch by 18-inch by 18-inch hollow-cast bronze portrait bust on 6-foot granite
pedestal
 
"Tom Bradley" (1987) by Serge Sarkis

Conservation work in 2013
exterior entrance to "Departures" area, Tom Bradley International Terminal, Los Angeles International Airport (LAX), 1 World Way, Westchester, Los Angeles  

Los Angeles

(Westside)

station art: flagstone paving; concrete chairs and tables; wall sculptures; glass wind screens imprinted with text

untitled or "Hail and Farewell"  (1995) by Richard Turner and Escudero-Fribourg Architects; text from Kerouac, Burroughts, Ellison, and Hughes  PA

Station Platform, Metro Green Line Aviation Station, 11500 Aviation Boulevard, Westchester, Los Angeles


Additional info.: 

Los Angeles County MTA 

Los Angeles

(Westside)


corridor of 11 25-60 ft. translucent glass pylons with lighting display (along Century Blvd.); circle of 15 100-foot by 12-foot translucent glass pylons (inter-sectiion of Century Blvd. and Sepulveda Blvd.); 32-foot high "LAX" translucent glass pylon sculpture; color sequence programming

“LAX Gateway Pylons” (2000) by Paul Tzanetopoulos, Selbert Perkins Design, and Ted Tokio Tanaka Architects

Sepulveda Blvd. at Century Blvd., Los Angeles International Airport (LAX), 1 World Way, Westchester, Los Angeles

Photos, additional information: 

Paul Tzanetopoulos 

Los Angeles

(Westside)
 
90-foot linear strip of 58 ceiling-suspended 46-inch liquid crystal video display screens, 20-foot by 20-foot wall-mounted video screen matrix media wall  "See Change" (2010) by Jon 9, designer/ programmer (Holonyne Corp.), and 17 artists  PA interior lobby, Tom Bradley International Terminal, Los Angeles International Airport (LAX), 1 World Way, Westchester, Los Angeles  









Additional info.:  
Los Angeles Times   
Los Angeles

(Westside)
80-foot long ceiling-suspended metallic chain sculpture"Air Garden" (2014) by Ball-Nogues Studio  PA interior, north light well, Bradley West Terminal, Los Angeles International Airport (LAX), 1 World Way, Westchester, Los Angeles  


Additional info.:
Ball-Nogues Studio 
Los Angeles Times
Los Angeles

(Westside) 
2 section (1,000 ft. long, 500 ft. long) ceiling-suspended cordage sculpture using 23.86 miles of custom-dyed cordage 

"Woven Walk" or  "ΣLAX" (2015) by Pae White  PANorth and South "sterile corridors", Tom Bradley International Terminal, Los Angeles International Airport (LAX), 1 World Way, Westchester, Los Angeles

NOTE:  RESTRICTED ACCESS
 
Additional info.:
Los Angeles Times 
Los Angeles

(Westside) 
30-foot by 30-foot by 30-foot ceiling-suspended sculpture of 712 plywood and aluminum panels

"Belltower" (2014) by Mark Bradford  PA Mezzanine level, Departures Hall, Tom Bradley International Terminal, Los Angeles International Airport (LAX), 1 World Way, Westchester, Los Angeles Additional info.:
Mark Bradford
Los Angeles Times
 
Los Angeles

(Westside)
 
station art: 8 art panels of mosaic tile images of colored pencil drawings depicting views of local neighborhoods from aerial photographs
 
"Right Above The Right-of-Way" (2013; installed 2016) by Susan Lorgoreci  PA Exposition/Sepulveda Station platform, Metro Expo Line, 11295 Exposition Blvd., West Los Angeles, Los Angeles 

 
Los Angeles

(Westside) 
6-foot by 20-foot aluminum and granite wall-mounted sculpture "Ripple" (2012) by Heath Satow 10714 Santa Monica Boulevard, Westwood, Los Angeles, CA  90025 



Additioinal Info.:
Heath Satow 
Los Angeles

(Wilshire)
 
18-foot by 17-foot by 5-foot stainless steel and carbon fiber sculpture "Adjoeman" (2004; installed 2012) by Frank Stella

[part of Cedars-Sinai Medical Center collection]
 
southwest corner of Beverly Blvd. and San Vicente Blvd., Beverly Grove, Los Angeles  
Los Angeles

(Wilshire) 
11-foot by 6-foot by 15-foot glass and granite sculpture with lighting and sound; 12-foot by 12-foot reflecting pool "Ventus Vitae" ["Winds of Life"] (2008) by John Gilbert Luebtow  Watt Plaza, 1800 Century Park East, Century City, Los Angeles  






Additional info.:
John Gilbert Luebtow 
Los  Angeles

(Wilshire)


48-inch by 60-inch by 13-inch cast bronze sculpture; 2-foot by 6-foot by 4-foot granite base
 
"Reclining Figure II" (1967; installed 2016) by Edoardo Villa   in front of SunAmerica Center, 1999 Avenue of the Stars, Century City, Los Angeles 

 
Los Angeles

(Wilshire)
 
12-foot by 12-foot diameter sculpture of 24 stainless steel curved spines
 
"SWAY" (2017) by Nick Petronzio southwest corner of Wilshiare Blvd. and Santa Monica Blvd., Century City, Los Angeles 
Los Angeles

(Wilshire)

 
20,400-pound (9,253 Kgs) 15-foot by 20-foot by 9-foot water-jet  cut and powder coated stainless steel sculpture of double cylinders, supported by two 15-foot diameter high polish stainless steel rings, on a 10-foot by 18-foot by 4-inch travertine stone platform, and with internal LED lighting
  
"The Freedom Sculpture" or "Freedom: A Shared Dream" (2017) by Cecil Balmond  center traffic median, Santa Monica Blvd. at Century Park East, Century City, Los Angeles  

Los Angeles

(Wilshire)

10-foot by 60-foot acrylic mural

“We Can All Get Along Here” (1992) by Alice Patrick

bridge median on Venice Boulevard near La Fayette Road, Country Club Park, Los Angeles


Los Angeles

(Wilshire) 
3-piece 8-foot by 5-foot bronze and polished stainless steel sculpture
 
Raoul Wallenberg Statue and Memorial or "Angel of Rescue / Angel of Mercy" (1988) by Franco Assetto
[Rededicated 2013]
 
Raoul Wallenberg Square, northeast corner of Fairfax Avenue and Beverly Boulevard, Fairfax, Los Angeles   
Los Angeles

(Wilshire) 
7-foot bronze sculpture,  fountain "Miner" or "Dan the Miner" (1924-1925; reinstalled 2009 after theft) by Henry LionCarthay Circle, corner of San Vicente Boulevard and McCarthy Vista, Hancock Park, Los Angeles 



Information on the 2008 theft:
Los Angeles Times  

 

Los Angeles

(Wilshire)

12-foot by 110-foot acrylic mural

“Fairfax Community Mural” (1985) by Art Mortimer

northwest corner of Fairfax Avenue and Oakwood Avenue, Hancock Park, Los Angeles

Photo, additional information: 

Art Mortimer

Los Angeles

(Wilshire)
 
18-foot by 64-foot mural "Public Scribble #2" (2009) by Karl Haendel exterior of LAXART building, 2640 S. La Cienega Blvd., Hancock Park, Los Angeles  
Los Angeles

(Wilshire)

 
six 18-foot triangular black
granite columns mounted
with bronze bas relief
 panels and inscriptions,
 on red granite base  

"Los Angeles Holocaust Monument" (1992) by Joseph L. Young  Pan-Pacific Park, 7600 Beverly Boulevard, Miracle Mile, Los Angeles  
Los Angeles

(Wilshire)
202 vintage street light standards "Urban Light" (2008) by Chris Burden plaza area, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, 5905 Wilshire Blvd., Miracle Mile, Los Angeles 





Los Angeles

(Wilshire)  
8,800 square foot mural [untitled: La Brea] (2011) by Shepard Fairey2 sides of building exterior, 181 S. La Brea Avenue, Miracle Mile, Los Angeles 



Los Angeles

(Wilshire)

 
340-ton granite boulder sculptuer  "Levitated Mass" (2012) by Michael Heizer  PA Resnick North Lawn, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, 5905 Wilshire Blvd., Miracle Mile, Los Angeles   
Los Angeles

(Wilshire)
 
station art:  art panels of 3-part porcelain enamel steel tiles imprinted with photographic images of travelers headed for local destinations
 
"Panoramas" (2013; installed 2016) by Abel Alejandre  PA Westwood/Rancho Park station platform, Metro Expo Line, 10800 W. Exposition Boulevard, Rancho Park, Los Angeles