On Today’s Show: Bad Girls, Bad Boys: Art and Architecture in Counterculture New York and LA

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A novel and an exhibit bring alive the experimental art and architecture scene in LA and New York in the counterculture years. Pop Art expert Christopher Finch talks about his first novel, “Good Girl, Bad Girl,” a crime yarn set in the Soho art scene in the late 1960s; Sylvia Lavin talks about her MAK Center exhibit “Everything Loose Will Land,” about the “loose” artists and architects in 1970s LA. Were these “innocent” times before the commodification of art and architecture?