I.E. Weekly Review: Unleash the Revolution by Stacy Davies

Your first stop as you venture out to various institutions to see this bold initiative at work should be Pomona College Museum of Art’s extensive three-part conceptual exhibit, “It Happened at Pomona: Art at the Edge of Los Angeles 1969-1973,” a masterful look back at emerging artists from a turbulent time who dared to push the boundaries of art and inadvertently created an entirely new movement. The series is the brainchild of senior curator Rebecca McGrew, who found a stalwart ally in the Getty when they launched their arts endeavor, and the first segment of the show (on display until November) covers the major artists brought into the gallery space by curator Hal Glicksman.