Vacancy/No Vacancy, 1972, by Lili Lakich. Featured in the exhibit Doin’ it in Public: Feminism and Art at the Woman’s Building, at the Otis Ben Maltz Gallery, through January 28 — part of the Pacific Standard Time series of exhibitions in Los Angeles. (Image courtesy of the Ben Maltz Gallery.)
Pacific Standard Time seems to be roaring along quite nicely, with exhibits opening up all over Southern California to celebrate the region’s post-War art. I’ve got an overview story in this month’s ARTnews about the project — which includes anecdotes about how curators were able to track down pieces in Kansas bank branches and parking lot shipping containers.
You can read that story here.
And be sure to click over even if PST is not your realm of interest. ARTnews has a new website that is all kinds of snazzy. Worth checking out!