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LACMA Heads to the Hamptons

SOUTHAMPTON, N.Y.—LACMA director Michael Govan and his curatorial team have opened their new Resnick Pavilion to the public only on select days this summer, showing off the expanse of its 45,000 square feet with a display of Walter De Maria’s sprawling “2000 Sculpture” arrayed across its floor. When LACMA held a party to celebrate the pavilion on Sunday, guests hoping to see the fine new exhibition space, built with money donated by philanthropists Lynda and Stewart Resnick, were out of luck: the fete was in the Hamptons.

Actor Tom Gregory and LACMA trustee David Bohnett were the

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