Lost and Found/Abstracting Los Angeles 1945-1980 marks the third Pacific Standard Time exhibition as well as the third gallery at Bergamot Station that the Robert Berman Gallery has opened. Stop into the new location (B-7), to see this very special show.
It is a fitting coincidence that the grand opening will occur simultaneously with an exhibition which celebrates the same iconic artists as part of Pacific Standard Time. Since within the same walls legendary artists gathered in the late 70’s when this exact space was once the famed Patricia Faure Gallery.
Lost and Foundexplores the work of obscure and renowned artists who helped spark the art movement in Los Angeles during the 1950s.
This exhibition honors the legend of the Cool School days, born out of the famous Ferus Gallery on La Cienega. The focus of this exhibition is post-war works up to 1980.
Pacific Standard Time is a collaboration of more than sixty cultural institutions across Southern California, coming together for six months beginning in October 2011 to tell the story of the birth of the Los Angeles art scene and how it became a major new force in the art world.
Paid to Play focused on overlooked artists, rooted in illustration,who created legendary imagery designed for commerce such as albums, magazines, advertisements, et al.
Stop in to see Paid to Play, while you still have the chance. It’s a wonderful exhibition.