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Recent Acquisitions from the Luckman Fine Arts Complex Permanent Collection 1979-2006

Luckman Gallery, California State University - Los Angeles

March 29 - May 24, 2008

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Scene/Seen presents a selection of works produced in the latter two decades of the 20th century donated to the Luckman Fine Arts Permanent Collection during the past decade by artists, collectors and friends.

An early print, entitled Corazon Expuesto, by Hugo Crosthwaite is among the artworks included in the exhibition. Corazon Expuesto was one of ten prints by artists from Tijuana that comprised the Pintura Fresca portfolio. Works by Mely Barragan, Tania Candiani, Enrique Ciapara, Pablo Llana, Alejandro Martinez Pena, "Boscho" Roberto Romero, Daniel Ruanova, Jaime Ruiz Otis are also included in the Pintura Fresca portfolio and part of the Scene/Seen exhibition.

Carlos Almaraz, Frank Benson, Russell Crotty, Louise Lawler and Raymond Pettibon are among the 50 artists with works included in Scene/Seen.

The Luckman Gallery is part of the Harriet and Charles Luckman Fine Arts Complex on the campus of California State University, Los Angeles. The Luckman Gallery is a 3,600 square foot Kunsthalle-like space that presents approximately five exhibitions per year and related education programs, representing a diverse selection of emerging and established contemporary artists. The Luckman Gallery houses a growing permanent collection strong in contemporary sculpture and prints.

For further information on Scene/Seen contact the Luckman Gallery directly at or call (323) 343-6604.