Tuesday, December 27, 2011


Pacific Standard Time at the Getty has been on everyone's top ten list of exhibitions for 2011. We have the freshly minted catalog on our shelves. It contextualizes the art of Los Angeles during the rise of the New York School, Abstract Expressionism and beyond; revealing the hard truth that Art does indeed occur outside of NYC.

Also RIP Helen Frankenthaler

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