LOS ANGELES — This week, LA’s newest museum, the Main Museum, has a soft opening, museums along Grand Ave. open their doors for free, a Día de los Muertos celebration kicks off in Grand Park, and more.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
LOS ANGELES — This week, two shows focus on the legendary print house Gemini G.E.L., Mira Schor unveils the second half of her epic “War Frieze,” an international design survey comes to Laguna Beach, and more.
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.
LOS ANGELES — This week’s events include a tour of the murals of Historic Filipinotown, an updated version of a 1970s game show, an anti-gentrification film screening, and more.
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.
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.
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.