Docent Tour of the Outliers and American Vanguard Art exhibit at LACMA
Organized by Wellesley Friends of Art and Cambridge Alumni of Los Angeles
Price: No charge for our group UP TO 25 PEOPLE, so please RSVP to allow us to count!
LACMA will host the West Coast presentation of Outliers and American Vanguard Art, the first major exhibition to explore key moments in American art history when avant-garde artists and outliers intersected, and how their interchanges ushered in new paradigms based on inclusion, integration, and assimilation. The first part of the exhibition illustrates how the early history of American modernism, especially the first years of the Museum of Modern Art, championed folk art and self-taught artists before the ascendance of abstract expressionism. The second section begins in the late 1960s when artists affiliated with the Chicago Imagists and West Coast assemblage practices became the leading advocates for outliers and visionary artists. The third section shows the continued impact of outlier practices on contemporary art.
The exhibition features over 250 works in a range of media by more than 80 self-taught and trained artists.
Parking: Self-park | Parking for LACMA is located at the Pritzker Parking Garage on Sixth Street, just east of Fairfax Avenue, and on the corner of Wilshire Boulevard at Spaulding Avenue. The $16 charge ($8 after 7pm entry) may be prepaid at a pay station located in each parking lot. During moments of peak attendance at Pritzker Garage, LACMA operates valet-assisted, stack parking at no additional charge.
Questions?: Please contact FOALA@wellesley.edu
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We look forward to seeing you!