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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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PacificStandardTime Feb 23
Replying to @Skirball_LA
“Surface Tension by Ken Gonzales-Day” at closes 2/25. This exhibition features more than 100 photographs that examine how murals contribute to Los Angeles’s unique visual identity and reflect the diversity and creativity of the city’s people.
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PacificStandardTime Feb 23
Replying to @Skirball_LA
“Another Promised Land” at closes 2/25. This exhibition explores a new perspective on the art and visual culture of Mexico and the United States through the life and work of the Mexican-born, American Jewish writer Anita Brenner.
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PacificStandardTime Feb 23
Replying to @CAAMinLA
“Circles and Circuits” at closes 2/25. This two part exhibition features art of the Chinese Caribbean diaspora from the 1930s to present day that reveal the hidden complexities of the transcultural nature of the Caribbean.
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PacificStandardTime Feb 23
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“Transpacific Borderlands” at closes 2/25. This exhibition explores homeland, identity, and hybridity through artists of Japanese ancestry living in Latin America and Los Angeles.
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PacificStandardTime Feb 23
Replying to @SHG1970
“Día de los Muertos” at closes 2/24. This exhibition follows the evolution of Self Help Graphics' celebration of Día de los Muertos through historical prints and photographs.
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PacificStandardTime Feb 23
Don’t miss five exhibitions closing this weekend across Los Angeles. Topics include Día de los Muertos, Chinese Caribbean Diaspora, and Los Angeles Murals. (Thread)
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PacificStandardTime Feb 16
“A Universal History of Infamy” closes 2/19. This three-part exhibition presents new work by 15 boundary-defying artists and collectives that reference anthropology, theater, and linguistics.
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PacificStandardTime Feb 16
Food critics, scholars and chefs chat about the evolution of Mexican cuisine in Los Angeles
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PacificStandardTime Feb 16
“Art of the Americas” at the features objects used by ancient people of Mexico, Central America, and South America, including Olmec and Mayan cultures. The works range from domestic objects to objects made for ritual use. Closes Feb 18.
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PacificStandardTime Feb 15
Barbara Carrasco’s mural “L.A. History: A Mexican Perspective” will be on view at the Natural History Museum , Mar 9–Aug 18
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PacificStandardTime Feb 9
"Making Art Concrete" closes February 11 at . This exhibition combines art-historical and scientific analysis to examine the formal strategies and material choices of avant-garde painters and sculptors in Argentina and Brazil.
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PacificStandardTime Feb 9
Last weekend to visit "Kukuli Velarde: Plunder Me, Baby" at . This exhibition contains personal and sometimes confrontational works that are inspired by Pre-Columbian ceramics, the artist's own image, and her indigenous ancestry. Closes Feb 11
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PacificStandardTime Feb 9
"Laura Aguilar: Show and Tell" closes Feb 10 at . This is the first major survey of Aguilar's work, which often challenges standards of beauty, sexuality, and identity.
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PacificStandardTime Jan 29
While PST: LA/LA has come to an end, you can continue to experience thought-provoking art—of all kinds—at all our partnering cultural institutions throughout Southern California. Learn more:
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MUSEUMVIEWS Jan 28
Getty Foundation releases list of traveling PST: LA/LA exhibitions ~
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NYT Opinion Jan 28
This has happened before in the United States. Just think of the Harlem Renaissance.
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SoCal Museums Jan 26
Visiting a museum on this Sunday? Skip traffic and parking, and Go Metro with . See a list of all participating museums here:
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PacificStandardTime Jan 26
Sunday, January 28 is ' ! Visit exhibitions at select museums—full list here:
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ARTnews Jan 24
Here's a list of where some Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA exhibitions are headed next
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PacificStandardTime Jan 25
"Condemned to be Modern" closes Sunday! The exhibition explores the connection of modernist architecture with political ideologies, social values, and contemporary reality:
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