Interscope Records teamed up with LACMA to host a special preview of their collaborative exhibit, Artists Inspired by Music: Interscope Reimagined on Wednesday (Jan. 26).
To celebrate the label’s 30th anniversary, the exhibit features over 50 pieces of art that reference both albums and songs from Interscope’s impressive roster of musicians including Billie Eilish, Olivia Rodrigo, BLACKPINK, Lana Del Rey, Snoop Dogg, Juice WRLD, Dr. Dre, Lady Gaga and more. Halsey, Shepard Fairey and Takashi Murakami are among the several artists that have contributed original works to the exhibition.
Interscope executives Jimmy Iovine (co-founder), Steve Berman (vice chairman), John Janick (chairman) and Josh Abraham (music executive) all conceptualized the idea for the exhibit, later working with Staci Steinbergber, LACMA’s associate curator of decorative arts and design, to organize and helm the project. The collaborative effort resulted in the Interscope Reimagined — an effort designed to demonstrate the profound effect that the label has had on both art and pop culture since its inception in the ’90s.
The exhibit open to the public on Jan. 30 and will be on view until Feb. 13. Before its official debut, see a sneak peek at the artworks featured below.