Please join us for the fifth annual MAK Games, a tennis tournament that benefits the MAK Center for Art and Architecture, held at John Lautner’s Sheats/Goldstein house.
The tournament features players from the worlds of art, architecture, and entertainment competing in front of a picturesque Los Angeles skyline. The event will also features cocktails, food, live music, and guided tours of Lautner’s landmark design. 


Host Committee

Co-Chairs — Esther Kim Varet and Pamela Shamshiri 

Lindsey Adelman, David Alhadeff, Joanna August, Barbara Bestor, Joel Chen, Clare Crespo , Gina Corell-Aglietti, Gina Edensvard, Christopher Farr, Robert Galstian, Heinz Haas, Amanda Hunt, Helen Johannesen, Justin Kern, Stephanie Danan, Christine Kim,  Bettina Korek, Minnie Mortimer, Thao Nguyen, Abigail Pucker, Danielle Rago, Brendan Ravenhill, Jason Swartz, Kelly Sawdon, Rob Stone, Lexi Wald, Kulapat Yantrasast    


About the MAK Center

Offering a year-round schedule of exhibitions and events, the MAK Center presents programming that challenges conventional notions of architectural space and relationships between the creative arts. It is headquartered in the landmark Schindler House (R.M. Schindler, 1922) in West Hollywood; operates a residency program and exhibition space at the Mackey Apartments (R.M. Schindler, 1939) and runs more intimate programming at the Fitzpatrick-Leland House (R.M. Schindler, 1936) in Los Angeles. The MAK Center is the California satellite of the MAK – Austrian Museum of Applied Arts / Contemporary Art in Vienna, and works in cooperation with the Friends of the Schindler House.

Unique in its role as a constellation of historic architectural sites and contemporary exhibition spaces, the MAK Center develops local, national, and international projects exploring the intersection of art and architecture. It seeks out and supports projects that test disciplinary boundaries. Acting as a cultural think tank for current issues, the MAK Center encourages exploration of practical and theoretical ideas in art and architecture by engaging the center’s places, spaces, and histories. Its programming includes exhibitions, lectures, symposia, discussions, performances, music series, publication projects, salons, architecture tours, and new work commissions. It collaborates frequently with guest curators, artists and architects.