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Adding A Piece Of Chicago In LA

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Jun 23, 2012 01:05 AM
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by Eric last modified Jun 22, 2012

Los Angeles Confidential reports on the Los Angeles County Museum of Art's (LACMA) 2012 Collectors Committee Weekend, a high-end annual fundraiser whose goal is expanding the museum's permanent collections. One of the ten objects up for consideration has an important Chicago architectural pedigree: An 1890s Louis Sullivan-designed elevator panel from the (now lost) Chicago Stock Exchange. The article reveals that the Sullivan piece and six other artworks were successfully added to the permanent collections. Read...




 

 

Picture 1Los Angeles Confidential reports on the Los Angeles County Museum of Art's (LACMA) 2012 Collectors Committee Weekend, a high-end annual fundraiser whose goal is expanding the museum's permanent collections. One of the ten objects up for consideration has an important Chicago architectural pedigree: An 1890s Louis Sullivan-designed elevator panel from the (now lost) Chicago Stock Exchange. The article reveals that the Sullivan piece and six other artworks were successfully added to the permanent collections. Read more about it here.

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