Oct 25, 2017 | By Emily Cater
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Funded by The Getty, Pacific Standard Time (PST) is a creative collaboration of over 60 cultural institutions to celebrate the art movements that shaped the Los Angeles art scene.
The exhibitions will explore well-known and underground art movements, as well as, established and emerging artists from 1945 -1980. Both leading museums and small galleries up and down the crystal blue coastline of Southern California, from Santa Barbara to San Diego, Santa Monica to Palm Springs, will participate. Each region will show an impressive roster of works and artists who moved beyond the conventional boundaries of art in their mediums to create pieces that continue to inspire. – Jordana Longo
Photo credit above: Spine of the Earth Lita Albuqurerque 1980
Sunset Big Sur Country, Wynn Bullock 1957
Elaine Katzer on Jack and Susan Peteron’s kick wheel, Elaine Katzer 1962
E eye love Sister, Mary Cortia Kent 1968
Five Car Stud, Edward Kienholz 1969
A Spatial Occurrence the Levitation of a Human Being, Tony Delap 1971
Laundry Works-Poster Advertising Performances, Mother Art 1974
Portrait With Veil, Roland Charles 1978
Broken Shoes Skeleton, Cheri Gaulke 1978
O Hour 1980 Carol A Wells 1980
X’s Party (fotonovela), Harry Gamboa Jr. 1983
The Eames House Living Room, Charles and Ray Eames 1993
From October 2011 thorough to April 2012.
Visit Pacific Standard Time’s website for a list of all exhibitions, locations and times.
Photos: Courtesy of Pacific Standard Time
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