The MAK Center, in residence at the Schindler House in West Hollywood, occasionally presents events and panels whose connection to L.A. architecture and urbanism is tough to fathom. Not so its smart, ambitious program commissioning contemporary artists to produce billboard designs that then went up all over town.
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