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 THURSDAY, OCTOBER 12            Check ForYourArt.com for more listings.

Agnès Varda: Ulysse, Blum & Poe (Culver City), 10am–6pm.

This photography and film installation also includes a site-specific mural by artist, friend, and collaborator JR.

Recommended Openings and Events Across Los Angeles

James Benning: Readers World Premiere, MOCA Grand Avenue (Downtown), 7pm.

EJ Hauser: seekers/beasts, AWHRHWAR (Highland Park), 8–10pm.

Karen Finley: The Expanded Unicorn Gratitude Mystery, REDCAT (Downtown), 8:30pm. $12–25. Through October 15.

Karen Finley confronts contemporary politics and society, citizenship, abuse of power, gender disparity, thankfulness, collective intimacy, and international trauma in this new work.

 FRIDAY, OCTOBER 13                  Check ForYourArt.com for more listings.

Helen Lawrence, CAP UCLA (Westwood), 8pm. Also October 14.

In this performance by visual artist Stan Douglas and screenwriter Chris Haddock, actors perform in front of blue screens as camera-controlled software inserts them into a 1948 landscape of hotels and skid-row streets.

Recommended Openings and Events Across Los Angeles

We Wanted a Revolution: Black Radical Women, 1965–85, California African American Museum (Downtown), 10am–5pm.

This exhibition curated by Catherine Morris and Rujeko Hockley focuses on the work of African American women artists, and the political, social, cultural, and aesthetic priorities of women of color during the emergence of second-wave feminism. Artists include Beverly Buchanan, Lorraine O’Grady, Betye Saar, Lorna Simpson, and Carrie Mae Weems.

Skirball After Hours: Late-Night! Música y Arte, Skirball Cultural Center (Brentwood), 6–10pm.

This evening features live music by Mark de Clive-Lowe, a DJ set by Chulita Vinyl Club, food trucks, a cash bar.

 SATURDAY, OCTOBER 14                      Check ForYourArt.com for more listings.

Recommended Culver City and West Hollywood Openings

J. Millay: An Exhibition of Works & Jonathan Monk: Receipt Drawings, LEADAPRON (West Hollywood), 12–5pm.  

Kim Dingle: Yipes, Susanne Vielmetter Los Angeles Projects (Culver City), 5–7pm.

Los Angeles artist Kim Dingle presents three new bodies of paintings: Freight Train Crushes, Home Depot Coloring Books, and Blindfold Paintings.

Ben Sledsens: Before the crow crows, Nino Mier Gallery (West Hollywood), 6–8pm.

Recommended Downtown Openings

David Lamelas: The Other Side, Maccarone, 10am–6pm.

This exhibition of two architectural interventions by David Lamelas—(Untitled) Falling Wall, initially conceived of in 1993, and a new sculpture, Walls Are Meant for Jumping (2017), derived from a sketch created by the artist in 1967— is in the Participating Gallery Program of Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA and concurrent with the artist's exhibitions at the University Art Museum of California State University Long Beach and Sprüth Magers.

Hugo Crosthwaite: In Memoriam: Los Angeles, Museum of Social Justice, 4–6pm.

Hugo Crosthwaite and guest curator Jessica Hough lead a walkthrough and discussion of the exhibition, part of Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA.

Sayre Gomez: Déjà Vu, Ghebaly Gallery, 7–10pm.

Wanda Koop: In Absentia and Josh Callaghan: Legacy, Night Gallery, 7–10pm.

Recommended Openings Across Los Angeles

CRAFT AFFAIR GALA 2017, Craft & Folk Art Museum (Miracle Mile), 6–9pm. $200–25,000.

Francesc Ruiz Abad: Copy to Learn, Learn to Copy, The Lodge (East Hollywood), 6–9pm.

Recommended Openings Beyond Los Angeles

The Great Wall of Los Angeles: Judith F. Baca's Experimentations in Collaboration and Concrete, California State University Northridge (Northridge), 4–7pm.

Below the Underground: Renegade Art and Action in 1990s Mexico, Armory Center for the Arts (Pasadena), 7–9pm.

The year-long program of exhibitions and programs that highlights Latin-American and Latinx artists and their work, #BetweenDownBelow/#EntreAbajoMasAbajo, culminates with this show, part of Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA.

 FYA Partners: SUNDAY, OCTOBER 15    

Red Bull Music Academy Presents: Ryoji Ikeda: A [for 100 cars], 131 South Olive Street (Downtown), 3–7pm. 

For the inaugural Red Bull Music Academy Festival Los Angeles, Paris-based artist Ryoji Ikeda creates a large-scale multidisciplinary installation using the texture of sound and transforming it into audio and visual compositions to create an immersive experience. The new composition is made in collaboration with 100 car owners, creating the world's largest synth orchestra. Doors open at 3pm to see the installation before the 5:30pm performance; final seating is at 5:15pm. 

 SUNDAY, OCTOBER 15

Recommended Openings and Events Across Los Angeles and Beyond

California Mexicana: Missions to Murals, 1820–1930, Laguna Art Museum (Laguna Art Museum), 11am–5pm; curator lecture, 3pm.

This exhibition in Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA presents the artistic and cultural exchange between California and Mexico since the time when California was part of the United States of Mexico, curated by Professor Katherine E. Manthorne, assisted by Professor Alberto Nulman.

Design Your Own Monster Youth Workshop, 356 Mission (Downtown), 1–4pm.

Social Media For Artists, Women’s Center for Creative Work (Frogtown), 4–7pm. $48–60.

Dwayne Moser, Reserve Ames (Mid-City), 5–7pm.

 TUESDAY, OCTOBER 17                    Check ForYourArt.com for more listings.

Recommended Westside Events

Curators in Conversation: Karen Cordero and Laura Mart, Skirball Cultural Center (Brentwood), 2pm.

The "Concrete" in Poetry and Art, The Getty (Brentwood), 7pm.

This conversation between curators Nancy Perloff and Zanna Gilbert brings two Getty exhibitions into dialogue: Concrete Poetry: Words and Sounds in Graphic Space and Making Art Concrete: Works from Argentina and Brazil in the Colección Patricia Phelps de Cisneros, part of Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA.

Talk: Art + Tech: Stan Douglas and Michael Govan in Conversation, LACMA (Miracle Mile), 7pm. Sold out.

 WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 18               Check ForYourArt.com for more listings.

David Lamelas On Time: A Conversation with David Lamelas, Kristina Newhouse, and Jonathan T.D. Neil, Sprüth Magers, 6:30pm.

Concurrent with David Lamelas's Pacific Standard Time exhibitions at the University Art Museum of California State University Long Beach and Sprüth Magers, the artist is in conversation with Jonathan T.D. Neil, Director of the Los Angeles's Sotheby's Institute of Art and associate editor of ArtReview, and Kristina Newhouse, Co-Curator of David Lamelas: A Life of Their Own. RSVP to [email protected].

Image credits: Image courtesy of Team Gallery; Image courtesy of LA County Arts; Image courtesy of ARTnews; Agnès Varda, Ulysse, 1954-1982. Black and white digital c-print from original vintage silver print, color/sound video projection with English subtitles. Print: 40 x 56 1/2 inches. Projection: 40 x 56 1/2 inches. Total running time: 22 minutes 21 seconds, looped. Image courtesy of Blum & Poe; Photo courtesy of Carolina Restrepo at La MaMa Experimental Theatre Club. Image courtesy of REDCAT; Photo by David Cooper. Image courtesy of CAP UCLA; Image courtesy of the California African American Museum; Image courtesy of Susanne Vielmetter Los Angeles Projects; Image courtesy of Ghebaly Gallery; Image (detail) courtesy of The Lodge; Federico Gama, Escondido, from the series Top Models mazahuacholoskatopunk, 2008. Image courtesy of Armory Center for the Arts; Image courtesy of Red Bull Music Academy; Ferdinand Deppe, San Gabriel Mission, oil on canvas, c. 1832, 27 x 37 inches, Laguna Art Museum Collection, gift of Nancy Dustin Wall Moure. Image courtesy of the Laguna Art Museum; Open, Augusto de Campos (b. 1931) and Julio Plaza (1938–2003), 1969. From Poemobiles (São Paulo, 1974). The Getty Research Institute, 92-B21581. Courtesy Augusto de Campos. Courtesy Anabela Plaza. Image courtesy of the Getty Center; Image courtesy of Sprüth Magers.


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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 12 Check ForYourArt.com for more listings. (http://foryourart.com/?p=18134)

Agnès Varda: Ulysse (https://www.blumandpoe.com/exhibitions/agn%C3%A8s-varda-ulysse#images) , Blum & Poe (Culver City), 10am–6pm.

This photography and film installation also includes a site-specific mural by artist, friend, and collaborator JR.

Recommended Openings and Events Across Los Angeles

James Benning: Readers World Premiere (https://www.moca.org/program/james-benning-readers-world-premiere) , MOCA Grand Avenue (Downtown), 7pm.

EJ Hauser: seekers/beasts (http://awhrhwar.blogspot.com/) , AWHRHWAR (Highland Park), 8–10pm.

Karen Finley: The Expanded Unicorn Gratitude Mystery (https://www.redcat.org/event/karen-finley) , REDCAT (Downtown), 8:30pm. $12–25. Through October 15.

Karen Finley confronts contemporary politics and society, citizenship, abuse of power, gender disparity, thankfulness, collective intimacy, and international trauma in this new work.
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 13 Check ForYourArt.com for more listings. (http://foryourart.com/?p=18134)

Helen Lawrence (http://cap.ucla.edu/calendar/details/helen_lawrencefri) , CAP UCLA (Westwood), 8pm. Also October 14.

In this performance by visual artist Stan Douglas and screenwriter Chris Haddock, actors perform in front of blue screens as camera-controlled software inserts them into a 1948 landscape of hotels and skid-row streets.

Recommended Openings and Events Across Los Angeles

We Wanted a Revolution: Black Radical Women, 1965–85 (https://caamuseum.org/exhibitions/2017/we-wanted-a-revolution) , California African American Museum (Downtown), 10am–5pm.

This exhibition curated by Catherine Morris and Rujeko Hockley focuses on the work of African American women artists, and the political, social, cultural, and aesthetic priorities of women of color during the emergence of second-wave feminism. Artists include Beverly Buchanan, Lorraine O’Grady, Betye Saar, Lorna Simpson, and Carrie Mae Weems.

Skirball After Hours: Late-Night! Música y Arte (https://www.skirball.org/programs/skirball-after-hours/late-night-musica-y-arte) , Skirball Cultural Center (Brentwood), 6–10pm.

This evening features live music by Mark de Clive-Lowe, a DJ set by Chulita Vinyl Club, food trucks, a cash bar.
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 14 Check ForYourArt.com for more listings. (http://foryourart.com/?p=18134)

Recommended Culver City and West Hollywood Openings

J. Millay: An Exhibition of Works & Jonathan Monk: Receipt Drawings (http://www.leadapron.net/exhibitions/) , LEADAPRON (West Hollywood), 12–5pm.

Kim Dingle: Yipes (https://www.vielmetter.com/exhibitions/current/558/pressrelease.html) , Susanne Vielmetter Los Angeles Projects (Culver City), 5–7pm.

Los Angeles artist Kim Dingle presents three new bodies of paintings: Freight Train Crushes, Home Depot Coloring Books, and Blindfold Paintings.

Ben Sledsens: Before the crow crows (https://miergallery.com/future/) , Nino Mier Gallery (West Hollywood), 6–8pm.

Recommended Downtown Openings

David Lamelas: The Other Side (http://maccarone.net/exhibitions/) , Maccarone, 10am–6pm.

This exhibition of two architectural interventions by David Lamelas—(Untitled) Falling Wall, initially conceived of in 1993, and a new sculpture, Walls Are Meant for Jumping (2017), derived from a sketch created by the artist in 1967— is in the Participating Gallery Program of Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA and concurrent with the artist’s exhibitions at the University Art Museum of California State University Long Beach and Sprüth Magers.

Hugo Crosthwaite: In Memoriam: Los Angeles (http://www.museumofsocialjustice.org/opening-reception-in-memoriam-los-angeles/) , Museum of Social Justice, 4–6pm.

Hugo Crosthwaite and guest curator Jessica Hough lead a walkthrough and discussion of the exhibition, part of Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA.

Sayre Gomez: Déjà Vu (http://ghebaly.com/work/sayre-gomez-deja-vu/) , Ghebaly Gallery, 7–10pm.

Wanda Koop: In Absentia (http://nightgallery.ca/event.php?id=228) and Josh Callaghan: Legacy (http://nightgallery.ca/event.php?id=229) , Night Gallery, 7–10pm.

Recommended Openings Across Los Angeles

CRAFT AFFAIR GALA 2017 (http://craftaffair.cafam.org/) , Craft & Folk Art Museum (Miracle Mile), 6–9pm. $200–25,000.

Francesc Ruiz Abad: Copy to Learn, Learn to Copy (http://www.thelodge.la/francesc-ruiz-abad/) , The Lodge (East Hollywood), 6–9pm.

Recommended Openings Beyond Los Angeles

The Great Wall of Los Angeles: Judith F. Baca’s Experimentations in Collaboration and Concrete (http://www.csun.edu/mike-curb-arts-media-communication/art-galleries/events/great-wall-los-angeles-judith-f-baca%E2%80%99s) , California State University Northridge (Northridge), 4–7pm.

Below the Underground: Renegade Art and Action in 1990s Mexico (http://www.armoryarts.org/exhibitions/exhibitions-2017/underground/) , Armory Center for the Arts (Pasadena), 7–9pm.

The year-long program of exhibitions and programs that highlights Latin-American and Latinx artists and their work, #BetweenDownBelow/#EntreAbajoMasAbajo, culminates with this show, part of Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA.
FYA Partners: SUNDAY, OCTOBER 15

Red Bull Music Academy Presents: Ryoji Ikeda: A [for 100 cars] (https://www.facebook.com/RedBullMusicAcademy/videos/10155870496233217/) , 131 South Olive Street (Downtown), 3–7pm.

For the inaugural Red Bull Music Academy Festival Los Angeles, Paris-based artist Ryoji Ikeda creates a large-scale multidisciplinary installation using the texture of sound and transforming it into audio and visual compositions to create an immersive experience. The new composition is made in collaboration with 100 car owners, creating the world’s largest synth orchestra. Doors (https://la.redbullmusicacademy.com/event/ryoji-ikeda-a-for-100-cars) open at 3pm to see the installation before the 5:30pm performance; final seating is at 5:15pm.
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 15

Recommended Openings and Events Across Los Angeles and Beyond

California Mexicana: Missions to Murals, 1820–1930 (http://lagunaartmuseum.org/california-mexicana-missions-to-murals-1820-1930/) , Laguna Art Museum (Laguna Art Museum), 11am–5pm; curator lecture, 3pm.

This exhibition in Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA presents the artistic and cultural exchange between California and Mexico since the time when California was part of the United States of Mexico, curated by Professor Katherine E. Manthorne, assisted by Professor Alberto Nulman.

Design Your Own Monster Youth Workshop (http://356mission.tumblr.com/post/166115430790/design-your-own-monster-youth-workshop-hosted-by) , 356 Mission (Downtown), 1–4pm.

Social Media For Artists (http://womenscenterforcreativework.com/events/social-media-for-artists/) , Women’s Center for Creative Work (Frogtown), 4–7pm. $48–60.

Dwayne Moser (http://www.reserveames.com/) , Reserve Ames (Mid-City), 5–7pm.
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 17 Check ForYourArt.com for more listings. (http://foryourart.com/?p=18134)

Recommended Westside Events

Curators in Conversation: Karen Cordero and Laura Mart (https://www.skirball.org/programs/words-and-ideas/curators-conversation) , Skirball Cultural Center (Brentwood), 2pm.

The “Concrete” in Poetry and Art (http://www.getty.edu/visit/cal/events/ev_1926.html?utm_source=grinews160&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=grinews160) , The Getty (Brentwood), 7pm.

This conversation between curators Nancy Perloff and Zanna Gilbert brings two Getty exhibitions into dialogue: Concrete Poetry: Words and Sounds in Graphic Space (http://www.getty.edu/visit/cal/events/ev_1439.html) and Making Art Concrete: Works from Argentina and Brazil in the Colección Patricia Phelps de Cisneros (http://www.getty.edu/art/exhibitions/cisneros/) , part of Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA.

Talk: Art + Tech: Stan Douglas and Michael Govan in Conversation (http://www.lacma.org/event/stan-douglas) , LACMA (Miracle Mile), 7pm. Sold out.
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 18 Check ForYourArt.com for more listings. (http://foryourart.com/?p=18134)

David Lamelas On Time: A Conversation with David Lamelas, Kristina Newhouse, and Jonathan T.D. Neil (https://www.facebook.com/events/119664128714525) , Sprüth Magers, 6:30pm.

Concurrent with David Lamelas’s Pacific Standard Time exhibitions at the University Art Museum of California State University Long Beach and Sprüth Magers, the artist is in conversation with Jonathan T.D. Neil, Director of the Los Angeles’s Sotheby’s Institute of Art and associate editor of ArtReview, and Kristina Newhouse, Co-Curator of David Lamelas: A Life of Their Own. RSVP to [email protected] (mailto:[email protected]) .
Image credits: Image courtesy of Team Gallery; Image courtesy of LA County Arts; Image courtesy of ARTnews; Agnès Varda, Ulysse, 1954-1982. Black and white digital c-print from original vintage silver print, color/sound video projection with English subtitles. Print: 40 x 56 1/2 inches. Projection: 40 x 56 1/2 inches. Total running time: 22 minutes 21 seconds, looped. Image courtesy of Blum & Poe; Photo courtesy of Carolina Restrepo at La MaMa Experimental Theatre Club. Image courtesy of REDCAT; Photo by David Cooper. Image courtesy of CAP UCLA; Image courtesy of the California African American Museum; Image courtesy of Susanne Vielmetter Los Angeles Projects; Image courtesy of Ghebaly Gallery; Image (detail) courtesy of The Lodge; Federico Gama, Escondido, from the series Top Models mazahuacholoskatopunk, 2008. Image courtesy of Armory Center for the Arts; Image courtesy of Red Bull Music Academy; Ferdinand Deppe, San Gabriel Mission, oil on canvas, c. 1832, 27 x 37 inches,
Laguna Art Museum Collection, gift of Nancy Dustin Wall Moure. Image courtesy of the Laguna Art Museum; Open, Augusto de Campos (b. 1931) and Julio Plaza (1938–2003), 1969. From Poemobiles (São Paulo, 1974). The Getty Research Institute, 92-B21581. Courtesy Augusto de Campos. Courtesy Anabela Plaza. Image courtesy of the Getty Center; Image courtesy of Sprüth Magers.

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