This week, there’s a show of work from underground film icon Mike Kuchar, LA’s longest running photo fair, discussions about art and politics, a screening of the world’s first Farsi language vampire western, and more.
LOS ANGELES — The Cats-in-Residence Program, which opened last month at 356 Mission, takes a decidedly different approach, putting the cats themselves at the center of the experience.
LOS ANGELES — As the contemporary art market continues to break records, may seem like the only people who can afford to buy art anymore are Russian oligarchs, hedge fund brokers, or tech millionaires. Enter The Posters.
LOS ANGELES — When the designs for the Broad Museum were originally announced four years ago, the reaction was generally positive. Now, they’re more mixed.
Everyone’s back from the holidays and there’s a ton of openings this week.
This week, there are shows at two of LA’s finest DIY venues, the opening of a new art space in the desert, a retrospective of work from legendary avant-garde potter Peter Voulkos, and more!
LOS ANGELES — Although it’s Christmas week, there’s still a lot of art to be seen here in LA. Catch a show of longboards from a surf/skate icon before it closes, help raise money for zinefest and a local noise space, or watch Jennifer Moon and her dog Mr. Snuggles on closed circuit TVs.
This week, there’s a rock doc on Riot Grrrl godmothers, a book signing for a new collection of work by street photographer Ed Templeton, the closing of Max Hooper Schneider’s messy science experiments, and more!
LOS ANGELES — Asher Hartman’s experimental Purple Electric Play! utilizes an eclectic range of dramatic forms including rock opera, puppets shows, vaudeville, and black light theater.
This week, there’s a benefit auction for Critical Resistance LA, a photo exhibition documenting rising sea levels, a discussion on Robert Heinecken’s relationship to feminism, a financial workshop for artists, and more!
This week, there’s an indie comics fest, a holiday art sale, a magazine benefit party, an invitation to create an object of desire, and two film screenings, including Warhol’s 8-hour static-shot masterpiece, Empire.
Just because it’s Thanksgiving this week, that doesn’t mean art takes a holiday.