April 1 - 22, 1978 An exhibition of work by fourteen Southern California artists who used visual puns and humor, opened on April Fool’s Day. Artists included: David Baze, Pattie Fernandez, Simone ... [Read More]
Welcome to the LACE Archive
The LACE archive represents a crucial site of cultural history for Southern California. Since its inception in 1978, LACE has been central to the visual and performing arts in Los Angeles.
March 9 - 19, 1978 A collaboration between Los Angeles-based artist Gronk and Milwaukee artist Wiz Dreva based on their art and life of the past ten years. ... [Read More]
March 4, 1978 Work by Roger Auger, Jill Giegerich, Mike Kelley, Marc Pally, Steve Roff, Andrea Shapiro and Sally Wells. ... [Read More]
February 7 - 28, 1978 An exhibition of drawings, paintings, and three-dimensional models for large-scale murals, earthworks, architectural sculptures, and modified environments by artists: Bob ... [Read More]
January 9 - 28, 1978 Drawings, paintings, mixed media projects, writings and photographs by eleven artists who were involved with the Comprehensive Employment Training Act (CETA) and started LACE: ... [Read More]