L.A.: as suggested by the art of Edward Ruscha

United States, 1981

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Edward Ruscha’s paintings, drawings and photographs are the point of departure for this impressionistic study of Los Angeles’ buildings, apartment houses, palm trees, swimming pools, cars and signs, enhanced by the city’s unique winter light. Features music by Gershwin, Django Reinhardt, Eric Satie, Czerny, M. Lecudna. Suitable for middle and upper secondary levels.

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