Los Angeles is home to several world class museums that are very much worthy of your time. Even if you’ve already caught a show at The Broad, or spent an afternoon at the Institute of Contemporary Art, there’s always a new exhibit rotating through, providing opportunities for both education, and entertainment. Check out some of the upcoming shows we’re looking forward to catching in the city with these art exhibitions in LA.

Art Exhibitions in LA This Winter

Jasper Johns at the The Broad

February 10, 2018-May 13, 2018

This exhibit celebrates American Neo-Dadaist Jasper Johns, highlighting over 100 of his most significant paintings, sculptures, prints and drawings. Johns’s use of beeswax, newspaper shreds and other found objects bridged the divide between fine art and popular culture, and his classic works, like Flag, Target, and Fool’s House, are not to be missed this winter. Jasper Johns: Something Resembling Truth at The Broad: 221 S Grand Ave.; 213-232-6200

Graffiti as Art at Skirball Cultural Center

Through February 25, 2018

One of the most talked about art exhibitions in LA this season, Surface Tension pays homage to the colorful array of murals, signs, and graffiti that dot Los Angeles’ diverse streets. It explores how people—activists, artists, business owners, transients—use different artistic methods to express their unique perspectives and claim space. It also forces visitors to reconsider the meaning of the word “art.” Can graffiti be as valuable and as expressive as paintings hung in LACMA? Surface Tension by Ken Gonzales-Day at Skirball Cultural Center: 2701 N. Sepulveda Blvd.; 310-440-4500

The first-ever outdoor installation at Institute of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles

Through March 18, 2018

Sarah Cain’s Now I’m going to tell you everything is the Institute of Contemporary Art’s first courtyard project—erected outside the museum on a set of walls facing 7th Street. Stretched across 800 square feet, this display feels unbound by time and space, running across different surfaces and floors, and incorporating a variety of vibrant items, like backpacks, furniture, jewelry and toys. Sarah Cain: Now I’m Going To Tell You Everything at Institute of Contemporary Art: 1717 E 7th St.; 213-928-0833