Contemporary Art San Diego

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  • A gallery at the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego is named in her memory.
  • A wing now houses the downtown branch of the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego.
  • That same year he had a residency at the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego.
  • The Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego purchased paint, office furnishings, windows and doors from local vendors.
  • The America Plaza trolley station is located on the ground floor of the building between the main building and the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego.
  • Her projects have been exhibited widely, including a solo show of video installations at the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego in July 2008.
  • Additionally, the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego actively promotes the binational arts culture in the area and has displayed exhibitions highlighting the border experience.
  • In 2008, the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego presented another comprehensive retrospective spanning fifty years of Irwin's career.
  • She is currently designing an expansion of the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego and several buildings for the LUMA Foundation's new contemporary center in Arles, France.
  • In 1997 he transformed a room that overlooks the Pacific at the La Jolla branch of the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego.
  • Garden Guardians consisted of joysticks mounted on the outdoor patios of the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego overlooking the Pacific Ocean.
  • The TFC concentrated on organizational activities, presenting the second Spring Reverb at the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego in May, and continuing their Other Ideas series.
  • The Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego (MCASD) is located in an ocean front building in La Jolla and has a branch located at the Santa Fe Depot downtown.
  • The Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego (or MCASD), in San Diego, California, USA, is an art museum focused on the collection, preservation, exhibition, and interpretation of works of art from 1950 to the present.
  • As his uncle's associate, Louis contributed to the design of several notable buildings including La Jolla Woman's Club (now listed on the National Register of Historic Properties) and the Ellen Browning Scripps residence at 700 Prospect Street (now the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego).
  • In 1990, the Museum changed its name to the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego, acknowledging the larger geographic context and the population base of nearly 3 million in San Diego County, and opened another satellite facility downtown in 1993, further embracing the region.
  • In 2014, the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego chose architect Annabelle Selldorf to head a multimillion-dollar expansion that is expected to triple the size of the museum's location in La Jolla.

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