Last time around the focus was Southern California's art history; now homegrown architecture is getting its time in the sun. Getty Trust leaders are announcing Monday the final roster of exhibition and event partners in its Pacific Standard Time spinoff, Pacific Standard Time Presents: Modern Architecture in Southern California, slated to run April through July.
They will also be releasing the specific grant amounts given to various museums and institutions: roughly $3.6 million in all. Eight exhibition partners received grants from $260,000 to $445,000 to help mount shows and publish catalogs; eight event partners received grants ranging from $20,000 to $246,000 to organize panels, tours and other programs.
FOR THE RECORD:
Pacific Standard Time: An article in the Jan. 14 Calendar section about the Getty Trust's plans for a spinoff of its Pacific Standard Time series of exhibitions said that the new event would be called Pacific Standard Time Presents: Modern Architecture in Southern California. The title is Pacific Standard Time Presents: Modern Architecture in L.A. In addition, the article said that the Capitol Records Tower in Hollywood was designed to resemble a stack of records. In fact, the resemblance was not intended.
Because the new initiative is smaller than Pacific Standard Time, which involved $10 million in grants and some 50 museum exhibitions in 2011 and 2012, the Getty is not calling it a sequel. (One is in the works.) But Getty Trust President James Cuno hopes it will continue the momentum.