LBMA Downtown

Past Exhibitions

Tristan Eaton: Permanent Collection
July 16 – October 31, 2021

Tristan Eaton showcases two exhibitions at LBMA Downtown in conjunction with All At Once at LBMA. A selection of the artist’s work from the LBMA Permanent Collection includes a floor to ceiling mural made with Nychos during Vitality and Verve: Transforming the Urban Landscape.

Space as Presence
Extended through June 27, 2021

Space as Presence at LBMA Downtown features large-scale installations from Southern California artists Christine Nguyen, Elyse Pignolet and Fran Siegel whose works mold to, and evolve with their surroundings. This malleability forms from a tiling process used by each artist; their “canvas” has no limitation, and the works as a result grow until they feel complete, changing to the shape of their environment. Nguyen, Pignolet and Siegel each navigate the intersections of material, narrative and space.

Artwork Checklist

Visit LBMA Downtown
Free admission, no reservation required.
Opening Hours

LBMA Downtown is currently closed for installation

Saturday – Sunday 12 – 4pm

Parking

Free parking is available in the parking lot behind the gallery on Elm Street. Additional metered parking is available in the surrounding neighborhood.

Contact Us

356 E 3rd Street
Long Beach, CA
90802

(562) 317-7300
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About LBMA Downtown

In 2019, the Long Beach Museum of Art and Art Exchange merged to form LBMA Downtown, a dynamic art campus in the heart of the East Village Arts District. “It’s the perfect marriage for the Museum…” – Executive Director, Ronald C. Nelson. Read more.

Artist Studio Spaces

LBMA Downtown is home to five artist studios. Local artists are on-site daily working with mediums ranging woodworking to fine art painting and glass. Artists and respective contact information can be viewed here.