John W. Outterbridge


Title
John W. Outterbridge
Description
Black and white photograph of John W. Outterbridge with credit given to Kenneth Starling stamped on back. John W. Outterbridge is a Los Angeles-based painter, sculptor, and installation artist who was born in Greenville, North Carolina. A veteran of the U.S. Army and an administrator at the Watts Towers Arts Center and the Pasadena Art Museum, Outterbridge’s art often features found objects and is politically and socially charged, driven by the events in Watts in the 1960s, the black district of Los Angeles, and the Watts Towers constructed by artist Simon Rodia. Identity and culture are major themes in his work.
Date
May 1969
Original Format
photographs
Extent
12cm x 8cm
Local Identifier
DAO58576
Subject(s)
Spatial
Location of Original
None
Rights
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