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PST: LA/LA presents 70+ exhibitions of Latin American and Latino art in Los Angeles. September 2017–January 2018.
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Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA May 1
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PST: LA/LA presented hundreds of exhibitions, programs and events, supported by $16.3m in grants from the . It produced ground-breaking scholarship, generating 60 catalogs that will transform the field. Nearly 20 exhibitions are traveling throughout the world.
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Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA May 1
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"PST:LA/LA attracted millions of visitors, supported thousands of good-paying jobs, and helped drive another year of record-breaking tourism. LA's status as a creative capital is good for business, and an inspiration for all Angelenos." — Eric Garcetti ()
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Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA May 1
Replying to @PSTinLA
Visitor spending on hotels, retail stores, restaurants, and other attractions reached $192.6 million, and Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA generated direct spending by the Getty and other partner institutions totaling more than $53 million.
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Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA May 1
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The Los Angeles County Economic Development Corporation report shows that the initiative also supported 4,080 jobs and added $24.3 million in tax revenues for state and local government.
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Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA May 1
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Over these four months, nearly 2.8 million people attended exhibitions and events which generated $430.3 million in economic output across Southern California.
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Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA May 1
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Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA was a collaborative initiative that explored Latin American and Latino art in dialogue with Los Angeles. The project involved more than 70 institutions from San Diego to Santa Barbara and throughout greater LA, taking place from Sept 2017–Jan 2018.
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Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA May 1
Today we’re learning about the economic impact of Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA. Follow this thread for more.
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Getty Foundation Apr 25
Today we join many others in mourning the loss of artist Laura Aguilar, a courageous photographer whose work was recently celebrated in the monographic show “Laura Aguilar: Show and Tell” at . Contemporary art has lost a profound voice.
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MOCA Apr 16
Adrián Villar Rojas: The Theater of Disappearance closes May 13–don't miss your opportunity to see this exhibition before it closes!
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Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA Apr 13
For those in San Diego this weekend, don't miss "Point/Counterpoint: Contemporary Mexican Photography" at Museum of Photographic Arts (). Closes April 15.
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Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA Apr 13
Last weekend to see "Axé Bahia: The Power of Art in an Afro-Brazilian Metropolis" at the . This exhibition explores art that responds to the complex realities of Afro-Brazilian identity in Bahia. Closes April 15.
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Brooklyn Museum Apr 13
Now open, Radical Women spotlights the groundbreaking contributions to contemporary art of more than 120 women artists across 15 countries. Don’t forget to join us tomorrow for our Opening Celebration, including artists.
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The Autry Apr 10
Experience the Autry’s LA RAZA exhibition unlike ever before with a site-specific performance by Xicanx performance artist, Artemisa Clark during Autry After Hours on 4/11. Photo by Alexia Veytia-Rubio.
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Mission Local Apr 8
Murales Rebeldes: The stories of eight censored or whitewashed murals -
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Getty Foundation Apr 3
Headed to San Francisco? Don't miss "¡Murales Rebeldes! L.A. Chicana/o Murals under Siege," a exhibition we've supported that tells the story of LA's censored Chicana/o murals. On view from Apr. 7-Sept. 16
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Artbound Apr 2
The influential bilingual newspaper La Raza provided a voice to the Chicano Rights Movement in the 1960s & 1970s. Our next episode showcases the history of this activist publication and the artists who worked there. Tune in tomorrow at 9pm
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Vincent Price Art Museum Mar 30
After being housed at VPAM in partnership with , Laura Aguilar’s first solo exhibition, Show and Tell, has traveled to the Patricia and Phillip Frost Art Museum! • located at Florida International University grounds Exhibition is running now till May 27th.
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Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA Mar 30
Don't miss at closing April 1. This unique exhibition examines design dialogues between California and Mexico that shaped the architecture and material culture of each place.
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Getty Foundation Mar 22
Congratulations to for winning the 9th annual George Wittenborn Memorial Book Award for the exhibition catalog, “Radical Women: Latin American Art, 1960-1985,” a publication we helped support as part of Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA!
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Getty Foundation Mar 20
Good news for fans! 4 traveling shows open this week around the world: "Memories of Underdevelopment” in Mexico City “The Metropolis in Latin America (1830—1930)” in NYC “David Lamelas: A Life of Their Own” in Buenos Aires “Valeska Soares: Any Moment Now” in Phoenix
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