Collection by Erika Heet

A New L.A. Exhibition Celebrates California Modernism

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Two artists working in different media—painting and silk screening—join forces at a gallery near downtown to focus on midcentury architecture and design. The show, “California Modernists,” opens tomorrow at Gallery Nucleus in Alhambra.

Chris Turnham’s silk screen of LAX, designed by architect Paul Williams.
Loris Lora’s paintings, from her new book Eventually Everything Connects, reference icons like Charles and Ray Eames.
Turnham’s silk screen of Parker Center, designed by Welton Becket.
Another Lora piece from Eventually Everything Connects.
Another work from Turnham. The show opens February 21 and is up through March 1. For more information, visit the...
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