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Barbara K
Ventura, CA45 contributions
Jan 2016 • Solo
Saved from demolition La Ruche meaning The Beehive was an oasis for artists of all kinds. Google it to get full history and those who lived there, I.e. Modigliani, Zadkine, and many others. The main building was brought to this location after The World's Fair in early 1900s funded by an artist and a patron of the arts. I know. I lived there for 20 years.
Written October 19, 2016
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Thomas V
Oakland, CA14,569 contributions
Nov 2016
A whole lot of 20th Century artists lived here. It was a slum before WWI, but now is quite pleasant and in the middle go a good middle class neighborhood. Pay homage to art.
Written March 29, 2017
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Thomas V
Oakland, CA14,569 contributions
May 2018 • Solo
Returned here recently, a landmark setting for many 20th Century artists who used this building as a studio or residence. Nice neighborhood now, but back then close to a slaughterhouse and low rent.
Written June 27, 2018
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