Cast off the winter chill and soak up the rays of six fluorescent sculptures by the master of the West Coast’s Light and Space movement. Alternating tubes of purplish blue, lime green, and lemon yellow in the large-scale work “Pacific Jazz” enliven the gallery, while the sage and gold of “Way Out West” evoke a desert at sunset. Smaller works made of glowing white and unlit neon tubes provide a cool counterbalance to all the Southern California heat. Through Jan. 29.
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