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"1965–73—This café & gallery by Edith Wyle featured Pop Art prints, books, sculpture, ceramics, and games by Warhol, Ruscha, and Robert Watts. In 1973, it became the Craft and Folk Art Museum."
PacificStandardTimePacificStandardTime · Oktober 31, 2011
Café
· Los Angeles, USA
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"1945–1954—Artist Herbert Jepson formed his own art school here, specializing in figure drawing, art theory, and printmaking."
PacificStandardTimePacificStandardTime · Oktober 31, 2011
Akademiegebäude
· Los Angeles, USA
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"1978–1990s—From the late 70s, LACE featured work by artists such as John Baldessari, Chris Burden, Dan Graham, Barbara Kruger, and Ed Ruscha. The gallery is currently located on Hollywood Boulevard"
PacificStandardTimePacificStandardTime · Oktober 31, 2011
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"1972—Judy Chicago, Miriam Schapiro, and CalArts students converted a dilapidated mansion at this location into a space for installations and performances exploring women's domestic space."
PacificStandardTimePacificStandardTime · Oktober 17, 2011
Kunstgalerie
· Los Angeles, USA
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"1965—LACMA’s new building at this location transformed the private, underground L.A. art scene into a public, official one. Local artists clamored for representation at the museum throughout the 60s."
PacificStandardTimePacificStandardTime · Oktober 17, 2011
Kunstmuseum
· Los Angeles, USA
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"1958–1966—Opened by poet Stuart Perkoff, the café was a popular hangout for the Beat generation. Live jazz and poetry readings attracted artists such as Wallace Berman and George Herms."
PacificStandardTimePacificStandardTime · Oktober 17, 2011
Café
· Los Angeles, USA