March seemed so far away back when the art-extravaganza called Pacific Standard Time launched last fall. What a six months it’s been.
And now, the end is here. On Saturday, 19 museums will open their doors for free to make it easier for you to consume the last gasps of this tremendous survey of art in and around Southern California from the fifties, sixties and seventies.
Our very own Hunter Drohojowska-Philp has been visiting the vast offerings of PST. This week, she does a bit of a post-mortem, after critiquing one final show, Pasadena to Santa Barbara, at the Santa Barbara Museum of Art.