The files represent Ms. Dunitz' personal collection of materials collected over the years of her involvement in documenting and preserving Los Angeles murals. They are available for consultation in the Helen Topping Architecture and Fine Arts Library, University of Southern California. For an appointment, contact the Library at (213) 740-1956. The images are accessible for fair use. However, muralists retain all rights to their work, and Robin Dunitz retains copyright for the images. Any requests for permission to reproduce the images must be directed to: Robin Dunitz, 503-764-9897, email@example.com USC Helen Topping Architecture and Fine Arts Library Watt Hall 4d, USC, Los Angeles, CA 90089-0294 firstname.lastname@example.org
The living city, Koreatown, 1991, H & K Supermarket, exterior, 124 North Western Avenue (between 1st Street and Beverly Boulevard), Koreatown. L.A.'s cultural diversity is represented through architecture, including the Watts Towers, Mann's Chinese Theater, Olvera Street, and Beverly Hills. Freeways twist and turn throughout the mural, linking the various neighborhoods. There are also hundreds of miniature portraits, among them such eccentric personalities as a Domino's Pizza man, a pimp in a feathered hat, a graffiti artist, a black Bart Simpson (a TV cartoon character), and a homeless man who regularly hung out near the mural during its painting. Acrylic, 16' x 94', by Sandra Drinning, assisted by Julio Crespo, Masakela Poles, Samara Tanzaws, Esther Kwan Tak, Sue Griffin, and Lesley Grant. Sponsored by Social and Public Art Resource Center.-- Dunitz, Street gallery, rev. 2nd ed., p. 79, #49.
6 slides : col. 2 x 2 in. color slides slides (photographs)