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Ed Ruscha has often said that living in Los Angeles has profoundly influenced his work. 'Pico and Sepulveda' conveys his personal relationship with the city, combining the cityscape of his adopted hometown with vernacular language to communicate a particular urban experience.
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Edward (Ed) Ruscha IV (American, b. 1937) is associated with the Pop art movement. Encompassing painting, drawing, and photography, Ruscha's works hold a mirror up to the banality of urban life and give order to the barrage of mass media-fed images and information that confronts us daily. Ruscha's early career as a graphic artist continues to strongly influence his aesthetic and thematic approach. He regularly combines the cityscape of his adopted hometown of Los Angeles with a typically American vernacular to communicate a particular urban experience.