USC Price School of Public Policy

Lewis Hall Gallery

USC Price’s Lewis Hall Gallery is located on the first floor of Ralph and Goldy Lewis Hall at the University of Southern California. The Gallery is open Monday through Friday, 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. To ensure availability please call (213) 740-0350.

Past Exhibits

October 2006 – January 2007
Infrastructure: The Interstices of Los Angeles Innervated by Water, Power, Agriculture, and Transport
[Martin Krieger]

March 2006 – June 2006
Images of Development: Tanzania & Beijing
[I – David C. Sloane, Richard Sundeen, and Michael Moody]
[II – Surajit Chakravarty, Todd Hutchins, Cecilia Kim, and Ian Trivers, with Professor Tridib Banerjee]

September 2005 – February 2006
Working at the Ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach: Infrastructure as a Choreography of Machinery, People, and Goods

Summer 2005
Displaying Ethnic Los Angeles: Small Business Owners & Vernacular Visual Merchandising
[Peter Reiss and Martin Krieger]

Spring 2005
The Place of Memory: Memorials and Roadside Shrines in Los Angeles and in America
[David Charles Sloane and Beverlie Conant Sloane]

Fall 2004 – Winter 2005
Documenting the Urban Sensorium: East Cesar E. Chavez Avenue & Breed Street
[Eduardo Arenas and Junhan Tan]

Summer 2004
The Indoor Landscape of Los Angeles Manufacturing and Industry
[Martin Krieger]

Winter 2004
Artifacts and Replacements: How Communities are Transformed (Boyle Heights)
[Natalie Golnararians and Jack Lam]

September 2003 – January 2004
Images of Berlin at the End of History

June 2003 – August 2003
The Other Side of the River: Some Industrial Blocks on the East Side of the Los Angeles River

March 2003 – May 2003
Sacred Transformation: Armenian Churches in Los Angeles

November 2002 – February 2003
What Does Sustainability Look Like?

July 2002 – September 2002
Electricity in Brick, Concrete, and Stone: DWP Distribution Stations No. 1-20

June 2002
Broadway Melodies: Harmonies and Counterpoints in the Line of Urban Transformation

Medical Tijuana: Healthcare Entrepreneurship in a Border City

Union Pacific Avenue : An Industrial Neighborhood in Los Angeles

March 2001
Living in Huntington Park

Fall 2000
People Live Here: Every Place Within Hoover-Jefferson-Vermont-Adams (Part of Census Tracts 2218 and 2219)

Spring 2000
All The Malls of Southern California

January 2000
Southern California as a Microcosm of the World

Fall 1999
Ralph and Goldy Lewis