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As part of the Getty's Pacific Standard Time series of exhibits, the Schindler House hosts an exploration of the design cross-pollination that took place between artists and architects in 1970s Los Angeles.

From the MAK website:

A wide variety of both well known and never before seen works of different media, including Untitled (Equilateral Triangle), a large-scale outdoor sculpture by Bruce Nauman from 1980; an interactive installation of Bloxes by Jef Raskin; a portion of Curved Space Playground Structure, an elaborate cellular crawl structure made from polycarbonate plastic with aluminum struts by product designer Peter Jon Pearce from 1980; and a selection of models and drawings from the Gehry Architects archive.

Through Aug. 4. Check the above link for more information.