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Offering you an opportunity to get "inside the story" of world famous art and culture 
with expert instructors in their fields.

Our programs are detailed explorations into a particular artistic genre or 
movement aimed at satisfying the curiosity of those who want to develop or enhance their appreciation of the creative mind at work.

THE RUSSIAN AVANT GARDE's INFLUENCE -- FROM LASZLO MOHOLY-NAGY TO THE WORK OF JOHN MCLAUGHLIN AND THE CALIFORNIA LIGHT AND SPACE MOVEMENT WITH ARTIST/USC FACULTY MEMBER CARTER MULL MARCH 3 AT 11:00

 
Please join artist and USC faculty member Carter Mull on a fascinating trip beginning with the Russian avant garde into the work of European master Laszlo Moholy-Nagy and finally into California art, focusing on the work of John McLaughlin and the California Art & Space movement. By the time we are done, we will have a deeper appreciation of these artists and, more important, an understanding of the art historical connections that tie them all together, even, if on the surface, they seem to have little to nothing in common. 
 
Carter's program takes advantage of two special exhibitions, "Moholy-Nagy: Present and Future" and the retrospective of the work of John McLaughlin for this fascinating tour of 20th century art.  Both exhibitions have been praised by critics and are "must see's" for anyone interested in the visual arts.  
 
Carter Mull is a stupendous guide for this 20th century art exploration. His photography is in numerous museum collections including MOCA, LACMA (including the current special exhibition "LA Exuberance: New Gifts by Artists"), the Hammer Museum, the Whitney Museum and MOMA.  In addition to his role as artist, Carter has taught art at the college and graduate level.  He currently teaches at USC.  
 
Enrollment is limited!  If you wish to attend, please enroll below or RSVP via email and send a check for $50 to Inside the Story, 508 S. Santa Anita Ave., Pasadena CA 91107.
 
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
 

 

 

WHERE:  LACMA

 

TICKETS:  $50