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It Happened at Pomona: Art at the Edge of Los Angeles 1969-1973
The catalogue for the exhibition It Happened at Pomona: Art at the Edge of Los Angeles 1969-1973 chronicles the activities of artists, scholars, students, and faculty associated with the College during this period. The first exploration of a creative hotbed of 1960s and 1970s Southern California art, it provides new insight into the relationship between post-minimalism, Light and Space art and various strands of Conceptual art, performance art and photography in Southern California, while contributing substantial new information about interconnections between artistic developments in Los Angeles and New York.
Featuring scholarly essays by Thomas Crow, Rebecca McGrew, Glenn Phillips and Marie Shurkus, new interviews with Hal Glicksman and Helene Winer, archival reprints, and eighteen new interviews with artists of the era, the book contains 280 images, many never before seen.
Copyeditor, Elizabeth Pulsinelli. Edited by Rebecca McGrew and Glenn Phillips. Co-edited by Marie B. Shurkus. Contributions by Thomas Crow, Carrie Dedon, Hal Glicksman, Julie Joyce, Rochelle LeGrandsawyer, Rebecca McGrew, David Pagel, Glenn Phillips, Marie B. Shurkus, Helene Winer. Designed by Lorraine Wild and Xiaoqing Wang with Joe Potts at Green Dragon Office.