Terry Karges

Petersen Automotive Museum

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Executive Director, Petersen Automotive Museum

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Almost 20 years ago the founder of Hot Rod magazine, Robert E. Petersen, created his museum to cars.

Petersen Museum

Almost 20 years ago the founder of Hot Rod magazine, Robert E. Petersen, created his museum to cars.

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Just a few weeks ago, LACMA unveiled its proposed “inkblot” by architect Peter Zumthor that would replace four early buildings.

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