Inside a 1960s Masonic temple, a new art museum in Los Angeles
The Scottish Rite Masonic Temple on Wilshire Boulevard in Los Angeles is now home to the Marciano Art Foundation, a contemporary art space featuring more than 1,500 works of art by more than 200 artists from the 1990s to today..
Exterior details tell the history and values of the Freemasons.
Sculptors Albert Stewart and John Edward Svenson carved the 14-foot figures on the temple's exterior.
The Scottish Rite Masonic Temple is on Wilshire Boulevard in Los Angeles' Windsor Square neighborhood.
The lobby of the Marciano Art Foundation.
The top-floor gallery space.
"Unpacking: The Marciano Collection" was the museum's inaugural exhibition.