PUBLIC ART DATA FOR LOS ANGELES, SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA AND HAWAII 

RECENT INSTALLATIONS


"BULKHEAD" (1998; installed 2016) 
by Harold L. Pastorius

http://www.publicartinpublicplaces.info/bulkhead-installed-2016-by-harold-l-pastorius
375 Broadway Street, 
Laguna Beach



"THE LOVE THAT BINDS" (2016) 
by Jose Calderon and Roberto Delgado
https://sites.google.com/a/publicartinpublicplaces.info/public-art-in-public-places-project/home/The%20Love%20That%20Binds%203.jpg

Crescent Bay Point Park
Crescent Bay Drive, 
Laguna Beach



"PSYCHOGEOGRAPHIES" (2015) 
by Dustin Yellin
http://www.publicartinpublicplaces.info/psychogeographies-2015-by-dustin-yellin
Columbia Square, 6121 Sunset Blvd., Hollywood, Los Angeles



                                   


OPEN GALLERY Exhibits:

https://public-art-in-public-places-project.culturalspot.org/exhibit/2015-public-art-year-in-review/BgJC8SbHdf6JLQ 



   



https://public-art-in-public-places-project.culturalspot.org/exhibit/surfing-culture-and-public-art/nQKSgncR29jsKQ

     
      
 
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IN THE NEWS
     

POPULAR INSTALLATION LEAVES PERSHING SQUARE

Patrick Shearn's "Liquid Shard" Dazzled Downtown L.A. - Widespread Disappointment After Its Removal

Huge 3,000 lb. Sculpture Missing from Irvine Corp. Park


Laguna Beach Indy reporter Daniella Walsh investigates the fate of the iconic 28-foot Pastorius sculpture on Alton Parkway, and is joined by the art community's astonishment that such a high-profile 3,000-pound sculpture could mysteriously vanish.
 

L.A.'s Central Library Turns 90

 READ MORE:  L.A. Times, 6/17/2016

http://www.publicartinpublicplaces.info/zodiac-chandelier-circa-1926-by-lee-lawrie
Times writer Liesl Bradner recalls the Library's earliest years with a glance at 
some of the most stunning and original public artworks researched by Stephen Gee and Arnold Schwartzman in their work, Los Angeles Central Library: A History of its Art and Architecture.

One of the most popular original pieces is Lee Lawrie's huge bronze and glass Zodiac Chandelier (above) in the Library rotunda.