Pasadena museum highlights California women artists, and MOCA gets a new chairwoman

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A new exhibit focuses on California women artists who’ve been underappreciated or unknown. It’s called “Something Revealed: California Women Artists Emerge, 1860-1960.” It’s at the Pasadena History Museum through the end of March. And in downtown LA, the Museum of Contemporary Art has a new chairwoman of the board of directors. The museum has been in turmoil, with its chief curator being fired, and the director suddenly leaving.