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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

POW! WOW! LONG BEACH

Hawaii's Fabulous Street Art and Mural Scene is a Summertime Hit in Long Beach

MORE INFO., PARTICIPANTS, MAP, SCHEDULE:  POW! WOW! LONG BEACH 2016

CURRENT:L.A. WATER - PUBLIC ART BIENNIAL


July 16 - August 14

READ MORE:  KCET July 15, 2016

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.

Gold Line's "BASKETWEAVE BRIDGE" wins spot in top 100 of the decade


The "Gold Line Bridge" by Andrew Leicester and Rivka Night, commonly known as the "Basketweave Bridge," has been chosen by ArchDaily as one of the top 100 architecture projects of the last decade.  It is Metro Gold Line's most striking example of sculptural public art incorporated into rail bridge infrastructure.  
READ MORE: ArchDaily