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More than half of the records are comprised of exhibition, program, and event files covering LAICA's entire history of operation.Included are exhibition announcements and catalogs; correspondence with artists, curators, and organizers; press releases and other publicity; grant applications and proposals; and photographs, contact sheets, negatives, and slides which depict the exhibition's installation and works of art.
Desiring to expand their space, LAICA had hopes of Frank Gehry redesigning the Century City space.
A registry of slides and biographical materials, begun in 1971, was open to submission by any Southern California artist.
LAICA's first exhibitions were held in the fall of 1974, under founding director Robert Smith, a former curator at the Brand Library and Art Center in Glendale, California.
The founding principle was to establish an arts organization that operated democratically and spoke with a multiplicity of voices.
In order to remain flexible and minimize operating expense, LAICA did not establish a permanent collection.