While we weren’t paying close attention, Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) turned into a cool place to see art.
Through the end of the year, the airport is hosting a public art festival – Influx: Art at LAX – featuring 11 original art installations located throughout the airport that, altogether, include the work of 45 Los Angeles-based artists.
To celebrate and show it all off, this weekend (Saturday, September 28th and Sunday, September 29th) there’s an art walk at the airport.
The public is invited to tour the artwork located in the airport’s public spaces, using maps provided at a welcome table that will set up in the Terminal 1 Arrivals level.
This weekend LAX is also presenting an original performance work – Everywhere Nowhere – a site-specific, multi-sensory performance directed by Sarah Elgart, who created this piece for the airport’s Van Nuys FlyAway last year.
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