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Marciano Art Foundation
4357 Wilshire Boulevard
Los Angeles, CA 90010

(424) 204-7555





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General Inquiries:


Group Visits:

The Bookstore at Marciano Art Foundation:

Image/Artwork Rights and Reproductions:


For all press inquiries please contact Darius Sabbaghzadeh at Third Eye:

Marciano Art Foundation does not review or accept unsolicited artworks or portfolios submitted by email, mail, or in-person. Any works or portfolios received by Marciano Art Foundation will not be returned.

Donation Requests

We are pleased to offer up to four VIP passes to 501(c)(3) organizations for charitable raffles, auctions, or other fundraising endeavors. General admission to Marciano Art Foundation is free, but the Marciano Art Foundation VIP pass entitles the bearer to visit the Foundation on any date/time they wish, (during normal operating hours) without a reservation.

Please allow at least one week for processing. Incomplete requests will not be honored.

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Tickets are available online and we highly recommend making an advance reservation, especially for weekend visits.

Please reserve timed tickets.

With questions about ticketing email

Group Visits

Find out more about group visits.

If you would like to schedule a visit with your class, please fill out the school visit request form.

With questions about group visits, please email

Loan Requests

The Marciano Art Foundation considers written loan requests from accredited institutions, or those whose facilities are similarly qualified. The borrowing institution is required to cover all costs related to packing, transporting, handling and insuring the artworks in transit to and from all venues and during exhibition of the works. Requests are considered on an individual basis. For all loan requests, please contact Greg Curtis, Registrar, at

Rights and Reproductions

The Foundation’s photographic archives include digital images of nearly all works in the Collection, which can be provided to institutions borrowing artwork(s) or for publications. Publishers, writers, museums and universities may utilize the Foundation’s archive of visual information by submitting a written request for the loan of photographic material and/or permission to reproduce images of artworks which are in the Foundation Collection. In exchange for the loan of photographic material, the Foundation often asks that the publisher provide a complimentary copy of the publication in which the Foundation-owned artwork appears. Letters of request should include the name of the publication, its intended distribution, and its prospective publication date.

For photographic archival information, please contact our image archivist, at