Hello. How have you all been?
The adventure begins again, at least for the run of Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA.
70 venues across the Southland are now surveying sound, light, abstraction, murals, design, photography, activism, print-making, performance art, film, along with Pre-Hispanic and Colonial art, an initiative led by the Getty. One goal is to redefine Latin art borders, from a Los Angeles perspective, through exhibitions and scholarship.
With help from viewfromaloft veterans, María Margarita López and Helen Ly, plus new contributor Jian Huang, we will share our experience as art-goers, note what others are reporting and reviewing, plus share of some of the ideas and thoughts from essays produced for the exhibitions.
Welcome back to viewfromaloft.
Pictured: Carlos Cruz-Diez's "Couleur Additive" on Grand Avenue, in front of The Broad Museum.
Photo: Ed Fuentes