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ArtRx LA

LOS ANGELES — This week the Hammer Museum hosts a retrospective of the Thai filmmaker Apichatpong Weerasethakul, the California African American Museum throws an opening party for several new exhibitions, artists transform a project space into a freaky and funky haunted house, and more.

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ArtRx LA

This week, a horror-themed art show-cum-escape room opens at Think Tank, Montreal-based artist Sabrina Ratté makes her LA debut at Young Projects, Walter Thompson-Hernandez speaks about his “Blaxicans of LA” photo series, and more.

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ArtRx LA

LOS ANGELES — This week, an exhibition opens on an overlooked Bay Area arts movement, a show in an abandoned hospital explores what it means to be human, Mexican artist Mónica Mayer lectures on feminist art, and more.

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ArtRx LA

LOS ANGELES — This week, a sports-themed show opens at an Eastside arts space, a French artist unveils his project along the LA River, the performance festival Live Arts Exchange kicks off, and more.

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ArtRx LA

LOS ANGELES — This week, the Hammer Museum launches 100 days of film and performance, The Box opens a career-spanning show of work by legendary feminist artist Barbara T. Smith, Mexico City-based artist Abraham Cruzvillegas brings cars and cacti to Regen Projects, and more.

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ArtRx LA

LOS ANGELES — This week, Lari Pittman’s massive illustrated books go on view at The Huntington, a seminal Hollywood book from the ’70s is republished, drawings from outsider artist Charles Steffen come to Los Angeles for the first time, and more.

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ArtRx LA

LOS ANGELES — This week, writer and filmmaker Chris Kraus shares some of her influences, 85 artists pay homage to the album cover, a multimedia presentation on the history of naturalism takes place in a converted movie theater, and more.

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ArtRx LA

LOS ANGELES — This week, find refuge in a mobile tea house, watch fantastical adult animation from the ’70s, visit Pasadena’s City Hall where local youth will project their videos, and more.

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LOS ANGELES — This week, a group show only visible through peepholes opens, the Hammer Museum screens Margaret Honda’s abstract color films, a limited edition box of Surrealist-inspired art goes on view for sale, and more.

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