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What a big Ed Ruscha exhibition misses about Southern California

"I'm interested in glorifying something that we in the world would say doesn't deserve being glorified," Ed Ruscha told the Guardian's Leo Benedictus in 2008. Ostensibly he was speaking only about the household objects, corporate logos and generic architecture he has featured in his paintings for...
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