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The Resource Everything loose will land : 1970s art and architecture in Los Angeles, edited by Sylvia Lavin with Kimberli Meyer

Everything loose will land : 1970s art and architecture in Los Angeles, edited by Sylvia Lavin with Kimberli Meyer

Label
Everything loose will land : 1970s art and architecture in Los Angeles
Title
Everything loose will land
Title remainder
1970s art and architecture in Los Angeles
Statement of responsibility
edited by Sylvia Lavin with Kimberli Meyer
Title variation
Everything loose will land
Title variation remainder
nineteen seventies art and architecture in Los Angeles
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
Published on the occasion of an exhibition of the same name organized by the MAK Center for Art and Architecture, Los Angeles, at the Schindler House, May 9-August 4, 2013, as part of Pacific Standard Time Presents: Modern Architecture in L.A
Cataloging source
CAM
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • bibliography
  • catalogs
Label
Everything loose will land : 1970s art and architecture in Los Angeles, edited by Sylvia Lavin with Kimberli Meyer
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Contents
  • Sylvia Lavin
  • Essays
  • Thirtyfour parking lots in the fragmented metropolis
  • Susanna Newbury
  • Archigram's Los Angeles
  • Simon Sadler
  • Usable ideas for people : Newton and Helen Mayer Harrison's Shrimp farm
  • Margo Handwerker
  • Revisiting Womanhouse : architecture as primary structure
  • Peggy Phelan
  • Foreword
  • Light and interface
  • Alex Kitnick
  • Works on paper
  • Letters
  • Denise Scott Brown
  • Los Angeles artists' studios
  • Billy Al Bengston
  • Five 1965 girlfriends
  • Ed Ruscha
  • Building the studio
  • Kimberli Meyer
  • Janice Lester
  • L.A. : the structure behind the scene
  • Reyner Banham
  • Los Angeles air
  • Barry Commoner
  • Los Angeles : the ecology of evil
  • Peter Plagens
  • Watts's urban workshop
  • Robert Ballard
  • The big old box
  • Acknowledgments
  • The Victor Gruen Center for Environmental Planning
  • Sanctuaries
  • Bernard Tschumi
  • The whole dorm catalogue, Furniture
  • Peter de Bretteville
  • Environmental Communications looks at Los Angeles
  • Environmental Communications
  • The role of architecture education as preparation for the magazine publishing business
  • Leonard Koren
  • The dinner party permanent housing concept : thoughts for a shrine for The dinner party
  • Sylvia Lavin
  • Judy Chicago
  • Arthur Erickson vs. the "All-stars" " the battle for Bunker Hill
  • Rem Koolhaas
  • Annotated checklist of the exhibition
  • Procedures
  • Users
  • Environments
  • Lumens
  • Biographies
  • About the MAK Center and MAK Vienna
  • Introduction
  • Image credits
  • Sylvia Lavin
  • Curator's essay
  • Studs, snapshots, and gizmos : Los Angeles dearchitectured
Dimensions
31 cm.
Edition
1st ed.
Extent
339 p.
Isbn
9783869844527
Note
Page 309 of the catalog acknowledges the reproduction of a plate from the UCLA Arts Library which was loaned to the exhibit.
Other physical details
ill. (some col.)
System control number
  • (OCoLC)853623906
  • ucoclc853623906
Label
Everything loose will land : 1970s art and architecture in Los Angeles, edited by Sylvia Lavin with Kimberli Meyer
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Contents
  • Sylvia Lavin
  • Essays
  • Thirtyfour parking lots in the fragmented metropolis
  • Susanna Newbury
  • Archigram's Los Angeles
  • Simon Sadler
  • Usable ideas for people : Newton and Helen Mayer Harrison's Shrimp farm
  • Margo Handwerker
  • Revisiting Womanhouse : architecture as primary structure
  • Peggy Phelan
  • Foreword
  • Light and interface
  • Alex Kitnick
  • Works on paper
  • Letters
  • Denise Scott Brown
  • Los Angeles artists' studios
  • Billy Al Bengston
  • Five 1965 girlfriends
  • Ed Ruscha
  • Building the studio
  • Kimberli Meyer
  • Janice Lester
  • L.A. : the structure behind the scene
  • Reyner Banham
  • Los Angeles air
  • Barry Commoner
  • Los Angeles : the ecology of evil
  • Peter Plagens
  • Watts's urban workshop
  • Robert Ballard
  • The big old box
  • Acknowledgments
  • The Victor Gruen Center for Environmental Planning
  • Sanctuaries
  • Bernard Tschumi
  • The whole dorm catalogue, Furniture
  • Peter de Bretteville
  • Environmental Communications looks at Los Angeles
  • Environmental Communications
  • The role of architecture education as preparation for the magazine publishing business
  • Leonard Koren
  • The dinner party permanent housing concept : thoughts for a shrine for The dinner party
  • Sylvia Lavin
  • Judy Chicago
  • Arthur Erickson vs. the "All-stars" " the battle for Bunker Hill
  • Rem Koolhaas
  • Annotated checklist of the exhibition
  • Procedures
  • Users
  • Environments
  • Lumens
  • Biographies
  • About the MAK Center and MAK Vienna
  • Introduction
  • Image credits
  • Sylvia Lavin
  • Curator's essay
  • Studs, snapshots, and gizmos : Los Angeles dearchitectured
Dimensions
31 cm.
Edition
1st ed.
Extent
339 p.
Isbn
9783869844527
Note
Page 309 of the catalog acknowledges the reproduction of a plate from the UCLA Arts Library which was loaned to the exhibit.
Other physical details
ill. (some col.)
System control number
  • (OCoLC)853623906
  • ucoclc853623906

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