According to the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA), Final Tickets to Rain Room (with limited engagements) are on Sale Now
A new ticket block for Rain Room by Random International has just been announced through January 22. This is the final extension—LACMA’s current presentation of Rain Room is officially coming to an end and this makes us a bit sad to see it go.
Meanwhile, LACMA’s new landmark exhibition, Picasso and Rivera: Conversations Across Time, opened in December. Pablo Picasso and Diego Rivera were contemporaries and competitors, ambitious and prolific. This sweeping exhibition presents moments of intersection in the formation of modernism and asks how these towering figures of the 20th century respectively mined the ancient Mediterranean and Pre-Columbian worlds for inspiration.
If you are planning to visit Rain Room, simply select the Rain Room ticket option that says “Rain Room + Special Exhibition $40” to enjoy both experiences in one day.
LACMA will offer extended hours during the holidays. From Monday, December 26, to Sunday, January 8, the museum will be open every day from 10 am to 8 pm—including Wednesdays! Rain Room time slots will be posted for all museum hours.
Important Notes on Rain Room
Rain Room is a specially ticketed, timed-entry experience. Advance tickets are required and are not refundable or transferable.
All tickets are subject to cancellation for maintenance or other unforeseen technical issues. In the event of an unavoidable cancellation, ticket holders will be notified by email as soon as possible and will receive a full refund.
“Rain Room is a remarkable work of art, whose creative courage and extraordinary concept have captivated audiences around the world,” said RH Chairman and CEO, Gary Friedman. “After Rain Room’s overwhelming success at the Museum of Modern Art in New York, we are honored to bring the work of these visionary artists to LACMA.”
Random International’s Rain Room is part of LACMA’s ongoing Art + Technology initiative, a series of contemporary programs that support artists’ experiments with emerging technology. Inspired by the museum’s original Art and Technology program (1967–71), this reinvigorated initiative has celebrated several milestones to date, including the opening of the Art +Technology Lab in 2013. The Art +Technology Lab offers public programs that address the intersection of these two fields and champions technology-based artist projects through grants and in-kind support from leading technology companies. In March 2015, LACMA and Hyundai Motor announced a 10-year partnership dedicated to exploring the convergence of art and technology.
The Hyundai Project: Art and Technology at LACMA supports the museum’s art and technology initiatives in the areas of exhibitions, acquisitions, and programming through 2024. Rain Room is the first exhibition to be presented under The Hyundai Project partnership. For more information on Rain Room ticketing, visit