The last in-depth retrospective of Outerbridge was at the Laguna Art Museum in 1981.
What does LAM stand for?
LAM stands for Laguna Art Museum (Laguna Beach, CA)
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What to do Laguna Art Museum If the dozens of local art galleries overwhelm you, spend an afternoon at this museum.
10 Art SARATOGA SPRINGS, NY Richard Pettibone Laguna Art Museum, Institute of Laguna Beach, CA, Contemporary Art, Mar, 12-May 28 Philadelphia NORTH ADAMS, MA Huang Yong Ping Walker Art Center, Minneapolis WASHINGTON, DC Hiroshi Sugimoto Modern Art Museum Mori Art Museum, of Fort Worth, TX, Tokyo Sept.
Laguna Art Museum, Laguna Beach CA March 9 * June 1, 2008 "Las Vegas Diaspora: The Emergence of Contemporary Art from the Neon Homeland," fresh from its premier last year at the Las Vegas Art Museum, features the work of 26 artists who attended the graduate program at the University of Las Vegas between 1990 and 2001 under the tutelage of Dave Hickey, who is also the curator of this show and the partner of Las Vegas Art Museum director Libby Lumpkin.
This show, co-organized by the Tang (Berry) and the Laguna Art Museum (Duncan), spans six decades and includes early miniaturized copies of Warhol, Stella, and others--which, perhaps more than any appropriation-ist gesture, needled at the souvenir/collectible aspect of art.
Ray Barbee played for a Laguna Art Museum showing of Thomas Campbell's film The Seedling.