catalogue essay that accompanied the show Made in California - Art,
Image, and Identity, 1900-2000 at the Los Angles County Museum of
Art incorrectly states the Ron Davis was a part of the Venice, California
group of artists and mostly identified with the Ferus Gallery, Los Angeles,
that came to the fore in the 60s. In fact, Davis moved from San Francisco
to Pasadena in 1965, lived and worked in downtown Los Angeles 1966-72,
and Malibu from 1972 until 1991.