Artist Ed Ruscha's Studio is Now in Culver City

According to this L.A. Weekly article, legendary visual artist, national treasure, and personal hero Ed Ruscha has moved his studio to Culver City.

The article points out that Ruscha's long-time studio in Venice -- on Palms and Electric Ave., behind the Brig -- became less attractive to the artist as the city moved closer to turning the land he was using as an open-air extension of his studio into a parking lot.

 

I just love the books of photographs Ruscha made depicting vacant lots, gas stations, swimming pools, and the like.

 

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