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ArtRx LA

This week, there’s a show from wunderkinds Lizzie Fitch and Ryan Trecartin, a terrifyingly terrific Circus of Death, the release party for Night Papers Six, and surreal new drawings from a venerated textile artist.

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ArtRx LA

LOS ANGELES — This week, there’s a book signing with Allen Ruppersberg, last chance to see John Knuth’s fly paintings, and a talk on the influence of Sister Corita. Oh, and Isabella Rossellini acts like a horny snail.

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ArtRx LA

This week is pretty performance heavy, with dance from the legendary Yvonne Rainer, an experimental performance at Pieterspace, and Doug Aitken’s sign-spinning happening.

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Female Light and Space Pioneer Finally Getting Her Due

LOS ANGELES — As a primary member of the Light and Space movement of the 1960’s, Helen Pashgian played a pivotal role in establishing the legitimacy of California art in the second half of the 20th century. However, being one of the only women in LA’s macho art scene of the era, her work was often overshadowed. An exhibition of new sculptures at Ace Gallery Beverly Hills, as well as her inclusion in a recent encyclopaedic Pacific Standard Time show, aims to set the record straight.

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