"Living in a Modern Way: California Design 1930-1965," opening Oct. 1 at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, makes an argument that the midcentury contributions of Californian artists was broad, extending beyond architecture and ceramics to textiles and graphic design and more. Here's a quick preview of the exhibition, which runs through March 25.
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Living in a Modern Way
Museum Associates / Los Angeles County Museum of Art
Kem Weber's mid-1930s Airline chair is made of birch, ash and oilcloth upholstery.
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