Lari Pittman

Los Angeles-based contemporary artist

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Renowned Los Angeles, California-based contemporary artist and Professor of Art at UCLA

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Lari Pittman’s work has been shown at every major museum in LA. He’s on the board at MOCA and the Hammer. He’s been a tenured professor at UCLA since the late ‘90s.

Lari Pittman on finding beauty in the grotesque

Lari Pittman’s work has been shown at every major museum in LA. He’s on the board at MOCA and the Hammer. He’s been a tenured professor at UCLA since the late ‘90s.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Lari Pittman’s work has been shown at every major museum in LA. He’s on the board at MOCA and the Hammer. He’s been a tenured professor at UCLA since the late ‘90s.

Lari Pittman puts a lot of sexual imagery into his paintings, but don't overthink it

Lari Pittman’s work has been shown at every major museum in LA. He’s on the board at MOCA and the Hammer. He’s been a tenured professor at UCLA since the late ‘90s.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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