Sam Francis, Blue Balls VIII, 1961-62 (detalle).
Los Angeles offers the most dramatic instance of the unbridgeable abyss between America’s classes, cultures, races, and individuals, between its Utopian fantasy and its dystopic reality. …I always believed that God would destroy L.A. for its sins. Finally, I realized that He had already destroyed it, and then left it around as a warning.
Robert Irwin, Untitled, 1968-69 (detalle).
Retrospectiva de la colección permanente del MOCA.