This week, we have a handy map for your LA art adventures, Orange County trots out the avant-garde, Made in LA is closing, ACME celebrates 20 years, Doug Aitken has a new show, and lots more.
This week, there’s never enough camp in LA, Morton Bartlett’s bizarre dolls go on display, and it’s your last chance to see shows at the Los Angeles Center for Digital Art (LACDA) and Jack Rutberg Gallery (plus almost your last chance to see one at Christopher Grimes Gallery).
This week, Neckface hits LA, last chance to see Shannon Finley’s multilayered abstractions, Byzantine chanting fills the Getty Villa, the first major show to explore the influence of African cultural astronomy opens, and more.
This week, cat-related art is popping up downtown, there are a number of August gallery shows you shouldn’t miss so we thought we would compile some of our favorites.
This week, we’re all about summer day getaways. That perfect trip that will change your perspective and mood, while exposing you to something out of the ordinary.
This week, there are a couple of new exhibitions at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, an intimate dance performance that runs through the month, and more.
This week Los Angeles seems to be all about performance and performativity.
This week in LA, look forward to the West Coast premiere of a semi-autobiographical theater performance, a show centered on the visual art of the tarot card, and a series of shorts by a filmmaker set on bringing back lost or destroyed movies.
This week in Los Angeles, shake off any post-Fourth-of-July sloth with a variety of screenings, lectures, and performances.
The Los Angeles arts scene is greeting July with a guided art walk, a documentary, and some live performances — including one by Emily Mast.
In our second week of ArtRx LA we’re already looking to the past.
In our inaugural LA listings this week: the city’s exhibition openings and other festivities spill out of museums and galleries into the streets, churches, rooftops, and beyond. Here’s your guide to seven ways to get your art fix.