…..whatever you do, don’t miss ‘PACIFIC STANDARD TIME: Art in L.A. 1945-1980’ at the Getty. It’s a sensational exhibit!!! “A unique collaboration among museums and other cultural organizations across Southern California. This unprecedented endeavor showcases the region’s artistic production during an important period in the history of modern and contemporary art.”
“This exhibition charts the artistic innovation in post-World War 11 in Los Angeles, when artists looked for new approaches, subjects and techniques for art making. The works on display represent a number of important and distinct West Coast movements,including the hard-edge painting, assemblage, and large scale ceramic sculpture of the 1950’s, the iconic Pop Art of the 1960’s, and the perceptual explorations and process painting of the early 1970’s.”
A wonderful bonus was the FREE ‘Getty Guide’ Multimedia Player. We could hear L.A. art world figures talk about artistic innovations in the ‘50’s, ‘60’s and ‘70’s.
Carol Soucek King and I are ready for our art adventure!
This was the funniest…’TAP DANCER’ by Stephan von Hueme actually tap danced!!!
Cara Lee, brilliant Swiss architect, Elizabeth Gill Lui, a true Renaissance woman, and dear Carol Soucek King, author and creator of the inspiring ‘Arts Salon on the Spiritually Creative Life’.
Here we all are. It’s a privilege to know these outstanding women.
For more information:
www.elizabethgilllui.com to learn more about Elizabeth’s creative output. You’ll be inspired by ‘CLOSED MONDAYS’, a documentary that celebrates the museum as an art form, expressed through its architectural and environmental aesthetic.
www.carolsouceking.com To learn more about the Salon and Carol’s brilliant and totally beautiful books