Los Angeles native Lesley Marlene Siegel has been captivated by signage her entire life. She began her series, “Apartment Living is Great,” in the early ’90s, as the photographic documentation of Southern California apartment building names, bringing to light their importance in landscape and community history. It now comprises over 2,300 images. The majority of these buildings are affectionately known as “dingbats”, boxy ’50s and ’60s era apartment complexes, their blank facades adorned with the signage that Lesley has been compelled to document over the past elevan years. Her first international solo exhibition “Apartment Living is Great” with us at Outré Gallery is captured in this 48 page catalog.