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The Los Angeles Center for Photographic Studies (LAPCS), was founded in 1973 as a response to the closing of the Pasadena Art Museum. It was an artist run space to provide themselves with a means to express and exhibit the photographic tastes of the time. Site Specific: LAPCS and the Politics of Community surrounds many of these LA artists in a historical review of iconic 1970s photographers including Robbert Flick, William Mortenson and many others. The show is on view at the USC Fisher Gallery until April 7th.