This week, cultural critic Hilton Als gives a talk in Pasadena, the Los Angeles Fine Print Fair returns to Hollywood, an immersive installation by Edgar Arceneaux opens at the Main Museum, and more.
This week, Baik Art hosts a conversation about art and racial justice, Llyn Foulkes debuts new work at Sprüth Magers, Brand Library opens a show focused on art collectives, and more.
This week, a group show questions the concept of masculinity, a store selling thousands of copies of Jerry Maguire opens, Regen Projects hosts a conversation between artist Theaster Gates and curator Hamza Walker, and more.
This week, sign-painter Norm Laich opens a show of his own work, the Craft and Folk Art Museum hosts a community art book installation, a gallery in Santa Ana puts 2016 to rest, and more.
This week, a campy throwback film screens at Cinefamily, the first Los Angeles retrospective of work by painter Maria Lassnig closes, a dancer performs a blessing for the new year, and more.
This week, artists challenge mass media at the Getty Center, the Santa Monica Public Library hosts a participatory performance of a minimalist masterpiece, an artist-conceived pop-up shop in Chinatown offers last-minute holiday goods, and more.
This week, art and music duo Lucky Dragons present the results of their current residency, experimental music collective LAFMS released a box set, artists report back on their visit to Standing Rock, and more.
This week, watch a play about Surrealist fistfights, hear a late masterwork from avant-garde composer Morton Feldman, attend a political sign-making workshop, and more.
This week, Pieterspace hosts a discussion on making art during fascism, Los Angeles Contemporary Archive celebrates its new home, the Museum of Contemporary Art honors a Day With(out) Art with a film screening, and more.
This week, discuss the election at an open forum, make textile-based works on Black Friday, see two important new films about race and civil rights, and more.
This week, Kohn Gallery screens a restored version of Bruce Conner’s seminal 1958 film, Ace Gallery closes its Beverly Hills location, Lara Schnitger leads a street parade from the Hammer Museum, and more.
LOS ANGELES — This week, the J. Paul Getty Museum screens Derek Jarman’s meditative movie Blue, Peter Blake opens a solo show of work by Light and Space pioneer Helen Pashgian, REDCAT presents a contemporary dance spectacle, and more.