Museum exhibition
Crosscurrents in L.A. Paintings and Sculpture 1950-1970
Edward Kienholz<BR>
The Future as Afterthought, 1962<BR>
Paint and resin on plastic and rubber doll parts with sheet metal, tricycle pedals, and wood<BR> 
54 x 21 x 16 15/16 in (137.16 x 53.34 x 42.9 cm)
Edward Kienholz<BR>
Walter Hopps Hopps Hopps, 1959<BR>
Paint and resin on wood, printed color reproductions, ink on paper, vertebrae, telephone parts, candy, dental molds, metal, pencil, and leather<BR>
87 x 42 x 21 in (221 x 106.7 x 53.3 cm)<BR>
The Menil Collection, Houston<BR>
Gift of Lannan Foundation<BR>
Nancy Reddin Kienholz<BR>
Photo: Susan Einstein
Edward Kienholz<BR>
Walter Hopps Hopps Hopps, 1959<BR>
Paint and resin on wood, printed color reproductions, ink on paper, vertebrae, telephone parts, candy, dental molds, metal, pencil, and leather<BR>
87 x 42 x 21 in (221 x 106.7 x 53.3 cm)<BR>
The Menil Collection, Houston<BR>
Gift of Lannan Foundation<BR>
Nancy Reddin Kienholz<BR>
Photo: Susan Einstein
J. Paul Getty Museum
Los Angeles, CA
1 Oct 2011 - 5 Feb 2012
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Included Frederick Hammersley, David Hockney, Edward & Nancy Kienholz, Ken Price

This exhibition was a part of Pacific Standard Time. Pacific Standard Time was an unprecedented collaboration of more than sixty cultural institutions across Southern California, coming together to tell the story of the birth of the LA art scene. Initiated through grants from the Getty Foundation, Pacific Standard Time took place for six months beginning October 2011.

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