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Ruscha joins MOCA's board

QUICK TAKES

January 14, 2006|Suzanne Muchnic

In keeping with its practice of enlisting artists as advisors and decision makers, the Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles has elected Edward Ruscha to its board of trustees. A world-renowned figure who has 33 works in MOCA's permanent collection, Ruscha is also well represented at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, which recently announced its acquisition of 156 of his prints.

At MOCA, Ruscha joins artist John Baldessari, a trustee since 2000, and new board members Susan Epstein Gersh, a longtime supporter of the museum, and David G. Johnson, an attorney and entertainment industry executive.

For The Record
Los Angeles Times Saturday January 14, 2006 Home Edition Main News Part A Page 2 National Desk 0 inches; 30 words Type of Material: Correction
Quick Takes -- In some copies of today's Calendar section, a Quick Takes item says LACMA has 332 Ruscha works in its collection. The museum has 33 of his works.

-- Suzanne Muchnic

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