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Bobbye Tigerman co-curated  California Design, 1930—1965 : Living in a Modern Way, an exhibit shown last year at LACMA.

Handbook of California Design

Bobbye Tigerman co-curated California Design, 1930—1965 : Living in a Modern Way, an exhibit shown last year at LACMA.

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The big self-love fest that is  Pacific Standard Time: Art in L.A., 1945-1980  is about to launch with many exhibits across Southern California.

A Pacific Standard Time Preview

The big self-love fest that is Pacific Standard Time: Art in L.A., 1945-1980 is about to launch with many exhibits across Southern California.

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Since its founding 50 years ago the  Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust  has built a collection of over 3000 artifacts but has long sought a permanent home.

Holocaust Museum Finds Home in Pan Pacific Park

Since its founding 50 years ago the Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust has built a collection of over 3000 artifacts but has long sought a permanent home.

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