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November 22, 1990 | BETH KLEID, Arts and entertainment reports from The Times, national and international news services and the nation's press
The LACE Case: Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions, the downtown nonprofit arts space known as LACE, announced Wednesday that it has reached an out-of-court settlement with the La Cienega Boulevard commercial gallery that had been using the name Lace Fine Arts.
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November 22, 1990 | BETH KLEID, Arts and entertainment reports from The Times, national and international news services and the nation's press
The LACE Case: Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions, the downtown nonprofit arts space known as LACE, announced Wednesday that it has reached an out-of-court settlement with the La Cienega Boulevard commercial gallery that had been using the name Lace Fine Arts.
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October 15, 1990
LACE Sues Gallery Over Name: LACE Inc., the Los Angeles gallery and performing arts center, sued LACE Fine Arts, a contemporary art gallery on La Cienega Boulevard, and its owner for trademark infringement. In the federal lawsuit, LACE, which stands for Los Angeles County Exhibitions, said its name was registered with the state last year and that the art gallery owned by George Mayers is operating under a confusingly similar name. (Case No. 90-5433. Filed Oct. 9, 1990).
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October 15, 1990
LACE Sues Gallery Over Name: LACE Inc., the Los Angeles gallery and performing arts center, sued LACE Fine Arts, a contemporary art gallery on La Cienega Boulevard, and its owner for trademark infringement. In the federal lawsuit, LACE, which stands for Los Angeles County Exhibitions, said its name was registered with the state last year and that the art gallery owned by George Mayers is operating under a confusingly similar name. (Case No. 90-5433. Filed Oct. 9, 1990).
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October 14, 1990 | SHAUNA SNOW
FACES "I'm intrigued with the process of random occurrence," says George Geyer, who often uses his seemingly favorite phrase in the titles of his works, such as "Architectural Fragment of Random Occurrence." Fifteen of his new pieces, including architecturally and geologically inspired works composed of broken glass and granite, are on view through Nov. 4 at Costa Mesa's Works Gallery South.
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October 14, 1990 | SHAUNA SNOW
THE SCENE The swelling local gallery scene gets an important addition on Wednesday when Benedicte Saxe Gallery opens at 434 N. Bedford Drive in Beverly Hills with "A Tribute to 45 Years of Maeght Graphics." The gallery is the first U.S. venture for art collector and dealer Adrien Maeght, president of France's celebrated Maeght Foundation.Parisian Benedicte Saxe will run the gallery represent the publishing house in California. Maeght underscored L.A.'
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