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James Bond exhibition opens in Los Angeles next weekend

02-Jun-2012 • Event

Event: ". . . Is James Bond" Art Exhibition
Location: Ahmanson Building, Level 2, Los Angeles County Art Museum, Los Angeles, CA
Date: June 9th to September 9th 2012

Over the course of twenty-two films covering the life of 007, James Bond, one element has remained constant: the opening credit sequence. Beginning with “Dr. No,” the opening credits, created by Maurice Binder, have functioned as separate and unique works of art—a ground-breaking exercise of cinema as daring as the title character, calculated to immerse us in the sensibility of 007.

This exhibition was co-organized by the Los Angeles County Museum of Art and Loyola Marymount University's School of Film and Television. The organizers are grateful for the special collaboration of Danjaq LLC and Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios.

All current exhibitions, except are included in the price of general admission. Groups of 10 or more paid tickets in one transaction receive a discount on general admission tickets. Find out more about exhibitions on view.

Admission prices:
LACMA Members: Free
Adults: $15
Seniors (62+ with ID): $10
Students (18+ with school ID): $10
Children (17 and under): Free

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