Everything Loose Will Land

1970s Art and Architecture in Los Angeles

Wednesday, August 28, 2013 to Saturday, November 9, 2013
Paul Rudolph Hall Exhibition Gallery See map
180 York St.
New Haven, CT 06517

Reframing Frank Lloyd Wright’s famous quip, "Tip the world on its side and everything loose will land in Los Angeles," this exhibition explores the intersection between architecture and art during the 1970’s in the City of Los Angeles.

“Everything Loose Will Land” was organized by the MAK Center for Art and Architecture, L.A. and sponsored in part by a grant from the Getty Foundation. The installation at Yale is sponsored in part by a grant from the Graham Foundation for Advanced Studies in the Fine Arts and by Elise Jaffe + Jeffrey Brown.

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Bruce Nauman Untitled (Equilateral Triangle), 1980, rebuilt 2013 Installation view, Everything Loose Will Land, MAK Center for Art and Architecture, Los Angeles, 2013. Copyright Bruce Nauman. Courtesy of Friedrich Christian Flick Collection
“Ecotopia,” 1978, by Craig Hodgetts. Courtesy of Hodgetts + Fung.
“Small Cloud Box,” 1966, by Peter Alexander. Courtesy of the artist.
“ArcVillage I, 1969” by Paolo Soleri. Courtesy of the Cosanti Foundation.
“ArcVillage I, 1969” by Paolo Soleri. Courtesy of the Cosanti Foundation.
“ArcVillage I, 1969” by Paolo Soleri. Courtesy of the Cosanti Foundation.
“ArcVillage I, 1969” by Paolo Soleri. Courtesy of the Cosanti Foundation.