Blurring the Boundaries: California Design and Contemporary Art
A lively panel discussion with influential contemporary artists Jim Isermann, Jorge Pardo, and Pae White explores the impact and legacy of mid-century California design on contemporary art and architecture. Moderated by Frances Anderton, host of DnA: Design and Architecture on 89.9 KCRW and Los Angeles editor of Dwell. This event is part of the symposium New Narratives for “Living in a Modern Way”: California Design at Mid-century.
Bing Theater | Free, tickets required | This event is ticketed separately from the California Design Symposium, although a ticket to the symposium includes entrance to this event | To book free tickets for this event only, call 323 857-6010 or reserve online.
This symposium is organized by the Los Angeles County Museum of Art and made possible by the Karsh Family Foundation and the Boardman Family Foundation.