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.
LOS ANGELES — The art world is full of rivalries. Add to this list Echo Park denizens Robin and Noodles.
This week, there’s talks on California design and the avant-garde, a show of new work from a longtime LA performance practitioner, a gallery sleepover, and more!
This week we’ve got a Dada-inspired group show, an affordable art moving sale, a communal Jewish-Arab meal, colorful 1970s porno paintings, and more!
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.
LOS ANGELES — We’ve got a drag-sational triple-header, a panel discussion about computers taking over, a border-crossing haunted art house, and a bunch of great female artists to make up for it.
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.