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'Art Everywhere' showcases American art on bus stops, billboards and subway ads




Angel's Flight; Millard Sheets (United States, California, Claremont, 1907-1989); United States, 1931; Paintings; Oil on canvas; 50 1/4 x 40 in. (127.635 x 101.6 cm); Gift of Mrs. L. M. Maitland (32.17)
Angel's Flight; Millard Sheets (United States, California, Claremont, 1907-1989); United States, 1931; Paintings; Oil on canvas; 50 1/4 x 40 in. (127.635 x 101.6 cm); Gift of Mrs. L. M. Maitland (32.17)
Millard Sheets Estate/LACMA
Angel's Flight; Millard Sheets (United States, California, Claremont, 1907-1989); United States, 1931; Paintings; Oil on canvas; 50 1/4 x 40 in. (127.635 x 101.6 cm); Gift of Mrs. L. M. Maitland (32.17)
LACMA
Angel's Flight; Millard Sheets (United States, California, Claremont, 1907-1989); United States, 1931; Paintings; Oil on canvas; 50 1/4 x 40 in. (127.635 x 101.6 cm); Gift of Mrs. L. M. Maitland (32.17)
LACMA
Angel's Flight; Millard Sheets (United States, California, Claremont, 1907-1989); United States, 1931; Paintings; Oil on canvas; 50 1/4 x 40 in. (127.635 x 101.6 cm); Gift of Mrs. L. M. Maitland (32.17)
LACMA
Angel's Flight; Millard Sheets (United States, California, Claremont, 1907-1989); United States, 1931; Paintings; Oil on canvas; 50 1/4 x 40 in. (127.635 x 101.6 cm); Gift of Mrs. L. M. Maitland (32.17)
LACMA
Angel's Flight; Millard Sheets (United States, California, Claremont, 1907-1989); United States, 1931; Paintings; Oil on canvas; 50 1/4 x 40 in. (127.635 x 101.6 cm); Gift of Mrs. L. M. Maitland (32.17)
LACMA


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Prepare for the largest art show ever conceived. Starting today, more than 50 great works of American art are coming to a billboard, city bus, bus stop, or subway ad near you.

It's all part of the "Art Everywhere" exhibition, featuring reproductions of American art from five major U.S. museums, including the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, or LACMA.

LACMA CEO and director Michael Govan joins Take Two to explain more about "Art Everywhere."