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The ABCs explores fantasy and the imagination in the lives of teenage girls.
The museum, built in a style similar to Lincoln Center and the Los Angeles Music Center, consisted of three buildings: the Ahmanson Building, the Bing Center, and the Lytton Gallery (renamed the Frances and Armand Hammer Building in 1968).
The board selected LA architect William Pereira over the directors' recommendation of Ludwig Mies van der Rohe for the buildings.
Navigating the realm between childhood and adulthood, teenage girls are forced to give up the trappings of the young, such as imaginary friends.
They are thrust into a new, technologically unimaginable adult world filled with fantastical idols like the Kardashians.