Museum of Art's "It Happened at Pomona: Part 3" Exhibition Receives Glowing L.A. Times Review; Show Closes Sunday
The Pomona College Museum of Art show "It Happened at Pomona: Part 3: At Pomona" is featured by the Los Angeles Times on its website today and scheduled for print tomorrow. Art critic Christopher Knight notes that it is "the last of an absorbing trio of small Pacific Standard Time shows…[in which] the paintings, photographs, sculptures and installations often ricochet off one another in form and content, underscoring an era of ferment." The show demonstrates how Pomona College's extraordinary community of arts faculty and students, inspired by the atmosphere created by curators Hal Glicksman and Helene Winer, developed some of the most important aesthetic currents of the late 20th century. The exhibition includes work by Mowry Baden, Lewis Blatz, Michael Brewster, Chris Burden, Judy Fishkin, David Gray, Peter Shelton, Hap Tivey, James Turrell and Guy Williams.
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