After moving to Southern California in the 60’s, Diebenkorn created his famous 20 year exploration in abstraction. The show at OCMA presents many works from this period including his large canvases, smaller works on paper and even some smaller pieces on cigar box lids. There is also a room dedicated to his fascinating personal history which includes films and a wall-sized timeline.
We rarely get the chance to see such a rich collection of Diebenkorn’s works. If you connect with abstract art, this is a very special exhibition. It’s at OCMA until 05/27/12.
Here is the museum contact info: http://www.ocma.net/index.html?page=index