William Leavitt, Theater Objects, MOCA, 2011
This catalogue accompanied the first solo museum exhibition and retrospective of Los Angeles-based artist William Leavitt (b. 1941 Washington, D.C.). A key figure associated with the emergence and foundations of conceptual art in Los Angeles during the late 1960s and '70s, Leavitt is primarily concerned with narrative and narrative forms. Since 1969, his works have employed ordinary fragments of popular and vernacular culture and modernist architecture.
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