Decade of Dissent: Democracy in Action 1965-1975 at the new West Hollywood Library


WEST HOLLYWOOD, CA.- Spotlighting art that challenged, educated, and inspired the ideas of democracy in California during a turbulent era, Decade of Dissent: Democracy in Action 1965-1975 documents the importance of art as a vehicle for social and political progress throughout a watershed decade. Presented by the Center for the Study of Political Graphics, the exhibition is part of the City of West Hollywood’s arts initiative PST…It All Started Here—West Hollywood Celebrates Pacific Standard Time. Decade of Dissent opened at the new West Hollywood Library—which LA Times’ architecture critic Christopher Hawthorne called one of the “most impressive pieces of public architecture to open in Southern California in a decade”. The show remains on view during regular library hours through April 28. Decade of Dissent is culled from CSPG’s more than 80,000 post-World War II historical posters, the largest collection of its kind in the nation. It was spec