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Trina Turk, LACMA, and California Design

May 31, 2012

LACMA’s blockbuster exhibition, California Design, 1930-1965: “Living in a Modern Way”, closes this Sunday.

During the eight month run over 350,000 visitors came and went, experiencing the first major study of modern California design.

Today on LACMA’s blog, Trina Turk, designer and entrepreneur, discusses her collection and passion for collecting design with Bobbye Tigerman, Assistant Curator of LACMA’s Decorative Arts and Design Department.

Click here for the interview

Don’t miss your last chance to see Living in a Modern Way!

Claire Falkenstein, Necklace, c. 1948, collection of the Long Beach Museum of Art, gift of the Falkenstein Foundation, Photograph courtesy of LACMA

Front page: Trina Turk and Bobbye Tigerman, Photograph courtesy of LACMA

 

 

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