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Getty Prepares For Next Year's Iteration Of 'Pacific Standard Time'

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It's College Night at the Getty Museum tonight. (Photo: Jared Wilbanks via LAist's flickr pool.)
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Following the success of this year's "Pacific Standard Time," which put together art exhibitions across the city, the Getty announced today that it's preparing for a series of shows next year that will focus on modern architecture.

The series, called Pacific Standard Time Presents: Modern Architecture in L.A., will run from April - June 2013. It will be comprised of nine exhibitions, and will showcase the work of architects who shaped the look of the city, including A. Quincy Jones, Whitney Rowland Smith and Eric Owen Moss.

Buildings in the show won't be limited to traditional homes or designs; they'll include coffee shops (the pivotal buildings in Los Angeles, really) and freeway networks as well as more iconic designs like the Walt Disney Concert Hall.