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30 stunningly vibrant kimonos are currently on display at the LACMA star. Los Angeles Times explains that kimonos are "part of LACMA's permanent collection" and are being exhibited as part of the 25th anniversary celebration of the Bruce Goff-designed building and puts the garments, all from the first half of the 20th century, in context with the art and popular culture movements of the time." Catch Kimono for a Modern Age in the east gallery of the Pavilion for Japanese Art now through October. [LAT]