March 3, 2009
Ken Allan, assistant professor of art history, recently had a number of works published, including: “History on the Surface: Pop Art and Postwar Urbanism in 1960s Los Angeles,” which was a review of Pop L.A.: Art and the City in the 1960s; and California History: The Journal of the California Historical Society, a review of A Seed of Modernism: The Art Students League of Los Angeles, 1906-1953. Allan also wrote a gallery exhibition catalog essay for Seattle artist Isaac Layman; an exhibition review of a San Francisco show of contemporary Los Angeles artist Paul McCarthy; and a piece titled “Back to Cool School: A Portrait of the Ferus Gallery in Film” for X-TRA Contemporary Art Quarterly.
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