From November 1, 2012 to June 30, 2013, the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) hosted a special exhibit on the life and films of Stanley Kubrick. Presented on this page are highlights of that exhibition with an emphasis on "2001: A Space Odyssey." The presentation of images is related to the order in which his films were released.

Stanley Kubrick, 1928 to 1999.

Entrance to the Art of the Americas Building

Kubrick's Director's Chair.

A photo of Frank Sinatra taken by Stanley Kubrick.

Kubrick started as a photographer for Look magazine.

An Arriflex motion picture camera.

Posters depicting the films of Stanley Kubrick.

Directing a crowd scene from Spartacus.

Kubrick directs Lolita (Sue Lyon).

Sue Lyon with James Mason as Humbert Humbert.

Artwork for the war room in Dr. Strangelove.

Comparison of the art (left) with a model of the war room (above).

Slim Pickens as Major T.J. "King" Kong catches up on his reading aboard the B-52.

Storyboard art for Major Kong's last ride as the nuclear bomb drops on Russia.

The infamous survival pack from the B-52 bomber.

Set pieces from the Korova Milk Bar set of A Clockwork Orange.

Artwork depicting Alex and his droogs on the prowl to terrorize the night with their ultra-violence.

Malcolm McDowell's clothes as Alex.

Jack Nicholson plays Jack Torrance, who plans to spend a quiet winter working on his writing at the Overlook Hotel in The Shining.

Matthew Modine played James T. "Joker" Davis in Kubrick's film, Full Metal Jacket. This was Joker's helmet that he wore during the Vietnam War.

Various masks used at the sex club in Eyes Wide Shut.

Super-Toys Last All Summer Long was a short story by Brian Aldiss which Kubrick wanted to turn into the movie A.I. Artificial Intelligence. Above is a storyboard frame from the project, while at right is an artist's depiction of the drowned New York City of the future.

Kubrick worked for many years to bring the movie to the screen. In the end he handed the project over to Steven Spielberg in 1995 who he felt was better suited to the project. It was released two years after Kubrick's 1999 death.