“Very broadly, one could state that Pomona, between 1969 and 1973, had the most radical art program, not only in California, but probably in the U.S” says Rebecca McGrew, senior creator at the Pomona College of Museum of Art. Yet for decades, Pomona has ended up as a footnote in artists’ biographies. Such is the nature of the L.A. landscape: its vastness and impenetrability
can keep even the most outrageous events veiled in obscurity. But not for much longer.