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Monthly Archives: October 2011

  • L.A. Story… the ART story that is!

    Pacific Standard Time ExhibitAn amazingly massive collaboration of artistic institutions is underway in Los Angeles, where more than 60 cultural organizations have come together to tell the tale of art in Los Angeles from 1945-1980.  An initiative of the Getty, “Pacific Standard Time” highlights developments from L.A. Pop to post-minimalism and from modernist architecture to Chicano performance art.  These simultaneous exhibitions and programs run for 6 months beginning this month with a ten day Performance and Public Art Festival in January 2012.  For more details on what aspects of the LA art story to see and where, visit


  • Design for the Masses- not just the millionaires...

    Good Design isn't just about having dollars, right?  While hiring locals in Rio de Janeiro, two Dutch artists employed residents to paint their own homes a colorful fragmented spectrum-- voila, jobs creation combined with neighborhood beautification.  Celebrating that idea and moving it forward into urban planning, is the focus of "Design with the other 90%: Cities" an exhibition organized by New York's Cooper-Hewitt museum.

    Running from October 15 through January 9, 2012 it showcases life altering projects taking place for the poor around the globe.  Highlights range from portable pharmacy kits to a bicycle-powered phone charger to Bangladesh's floating community centers.  See it all at the United Nations, which is hosting this display while the Cooper-Hewitt is under renovation.


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