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The Lynda and Stewart Resnick Exhibition Pavilion at LACMA

A stunning 45,000-square-foot structure designed by renowned Italian architect Renzo Piano, the Lynda and Stewart Resnick Exhibition Pavilion is the largest purpose-built, naturally lit open-plan museum space in the world. It opened at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) in 2010 as a key feature part of its Transformation.

Lynda and Stewart Resnick have been true champions of LACMA, demonstrated most visibly by their boundless generosity in supporting the creation of the Renzo Piano-designed exhibition pavilion which bears their names. The facility is unlike almost any in the world, improving and expanding LACMA’s exhibition galleries, while freeing up space to show more of our permanent collection.

Michael Govan

LACMA CEO and Wallis Annenberg Director

The Resnicks’ passion for the arts truly has been transformative for LACMA, which expanded its collection as a result of their extensive patronage. Lynda joined the LACMA Board of Trustees in 1992 and has been honored as a Life Trustee.

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