Torrance Art Museum

Torrance Art Museum’s New Exhibit Openings

Address: 3320 Civic Center Dr. Torrance, CA 90503
Phone: 310.618.6388

Mark your calendars and join Torrance Art Museum on Saturday, March 30th from 6-9 pm for the opening of three exciting exhibitions: RISKY BUSINESS, The Marvel of Old Masters, and Reflecting Pool: Emergence of the Third Eye.


Curated by Marie Thibeault and Max Presneill

Panel Discussion: Saturday, March 30th, 4:30-5:45pm
Artists: Sharon Barnes, Barbara Friedman, Zachary Keeting, Marie Thibeault.
Moderated by Max Presneill

As concerns and expectations of AI begin to dominate the narrative in our increasingly technologically dependent society some artists reply with the personal mark, risk taking, chance, the unknown endpoint, the illogical, the mystery…to produce a reflection of a living, very human, experience

PARTICIPATING ARTISTS: Nick Aguayo, Sharon Barnes, Michael Bauer, Fatemeh Burnes, Galen Cheney, Mark Dutcher, Barbara Friedman, John Goetz, Zachary Keeting, Robert Kingston, Christopher Kuhn, Annie Lapin, Michael Mancari, Ali Smith, Vian Sora, Marie Thibeault, Liliane Tomasko, Chris Trueman, Suzanne Unrein, Audrey Tulmiero Welch

GALLERY TWO: The Marvel of Old Masters – Rembrandt, Goya, Durer

A travelling exhibition of wood carvings, engraving, and woodcuts from three giants of art history: Rembrandt van Rijn (1606-1669), Francisco Goya (1746-1828), and Albrecht Dürer (1471-1528). This exhibition is presented on loan from the Park West Museum.

DARK ROOM: Reflecting Pool: Emergence of the Third Eye

Pasadena based artist Kenneth Salter presents Reflecting Pool, an interactive device that generates mesmerizing, neo-psychedelic, fractal images and sounds that captivate and hypnotize. The device responds to Tai-Chi style movements of the viewer’s hands; immersing the viewer’s senses, mind and body into a holistic experience.


The Torrance Art Museum is always FREE to the public.

Hours of Operation:
Tuesday – Saturday
11am – 5pm*

*Operating hours apply during exhibition dates only. TAM is closed for installation between exhibitions. Closed Sunday, Monday, and all major holidays.