John Altoon
Untitled, 1966
Watercolor on paper
Image: 30 x 40 inches

Russ Tamblyn
Untitled (World), 1977
Mixed media collage; Signed
Provenance: Dennis Hopper Collection; Image: 54 x 48 inches

Edward Kienholz
Untitled, 1956
Watercolor on paper; Signed and dated on recto
Image: 20 x 14 inches

Charles Christopher Hill
The Great Wave Seen as a Wet Dream, 1977
Stitched and layered paper with cloth; Signed titled and dated on verso
Exhibited at Cirrus Gallery, Los Angeles; Exhibition tag on verso; Image: 28 x 42 inches

Billy Al Bengston
Tom, 1968
Lacquer, polyester and resin on aluminum; Numbered 22/50
Signed and numbered on recto; Artist studio tag on verso; Image: 26 x 25 inches

Ed Moses
Girl in the Black Pants, 1960
Oil and graphite on cardboard; Signed and dated on recto
Exhibited at DILEXI Gallery; San Francisco, 1961; Image: 26.5 x 18 inches

Julius Shulman
Shangri-La Hotel, 1940
Gelatin silver print; Signed and dated on recto
Image: 30 x 24 inches

Stanley Tschopp
Untitled (From the Moments of Harmony Series), 1974
Oil on canvas
36.5 x 36.5 inches

Edward Kienholz
Five Car Stud, 1971
One color silkscreen on handmade paper; Numbered 11/11
Signed, numbered and dated in pencil on recto; Image: 14 x 33 inches

William Tunberg
Untitled, 1966
Charcoal and pencil on paper; Signed and dated on recto
Image: 33 x 25 inches

Alexis Smith
Christmas Eve, 1943 #41, From Here to Eternity, 1982
Mixed media; Initialed on recto
Exhibited at Margo Leavin Gallery, Los Angeles; Exhibition tag on verso; Image: 15.5 x 13 inches

Ben Talbert
Untitled (Black & White), c. 1958
Oil on canvas
69 x 97.5 inches

Larry Bell
VF 68, 1979
Unique vapor drawing on tan Fabriano paper; Signed and dated in pencil on recto
Image: 39 x 27.5 inches

Max Finkelstein
Sensor 4, 1970
Aluminum construction
63.5 x 14.5 x 14.5 inches

LOST & FOUND: Abstracting Los Angeles 1945 - 1980

A Consortium Exhibition of Different Disciplines

November 19 – December 31, 2011

ROBERT BERMAN GALLERY presents LOST & FOUND/ABSTRACTING LOS ANGELES 1945 - 1980 - paintings, drawings, sculptures and assemblages from obscure and known artists who used different media to interpret the abstract expressionist movement with a Los Angeles twist. The focus will be post war works up to the early 1980's. This exhibition will show different media relating to Los Angeles' interpretation of modernism with an emphasis on the difference between Los Angeles and its East Coast counterpart.

Exhibition includes select works by Elsa Warner, Stanley Tschopp, Max Finkelstein, Ted Gilien, Eugene Berman, Jules Engel, Richard Newton, Russ Tamblyn, John Grillo, Ben Talbert, Hans Burkhardt, James Gill, Paul Bruch, Norman Zammitt, Agnes Kellog, William Tunberg, Henrietta Berk, Joe Goode, Oskar Fischinger, Frank Lobdell, John Baldessari, Ed Kienholz, Bruce Conner, Craig Kauffman, Carlos Almaraz, Llyn Folkes, Norton Wisdom, Rico Lebrun, Larry Bell, Eric Orr, Man Ray, Don Sorenson, John Altoon and Robert Graham.

Pacific Standard Time is a collaboration of more than sixty cultural institutions across Southern California, coming together for six months beginning in October 2011 to tell the story of the birth of the Los Angeles art scene and how it became a major new force in the art world. For further information, please visit the official website at: