Culver City


Jennifer Boysen: Trans-mutes

Cherry and Martin

Last Chance - September 20 through October 25, 2014

Artist Jennifer Boysen is straddling that painting-sculpture divide, stretching canvas over found objects, or structures inspired by found objects, and then painting the canvas with egg tempera (or occasionally other kinds of paint).

Joe Riehsen: Aftermarket Interior, Factory Paint

Anat Egbi

Last Chance - September 13 through October 25, 2014

Joe Riehsen is thinking about abstraction and digital culture and he's starting his large-scale paintings with a layer of stripes, adding gesso then painting on further "skins" of acrylic.

Kehinde Wiley: The World Stage - Haiti

Roberts & Tilton

Last Chance - September 13 through October 25, 2014

In his global World Stage tour, artist Kehinde Wiley visits certain countries and makes portraits reflecting his experience there. For his stop in Haiti, he started his own beauty pageant because pageants are popular in the Caribbean.

John Opera: Not Here Yet


Last Chance - September 13 through October 25, 2014

Using the cyanotype process, John Opera makes images of "seemingly banal things encountered in daily life" that end up looking sort of mysterious and fantastical. In this new series, he's incorporating abstract forms and spots of dust or other imperfections that pop up during the printing process. 

Sebastian Black and Koenraad Dedobbeleer

Cherry and Martin

Last Chance - September 20 through October 25, 2014

Sebastian Black makes stained-glass-like abstractions. Koenraad Dedobbeleer makes quirkily minimal sculptures, and the two artists are sharing Cherry and Martin's smaller second space.

Tim Hailand: A Possible Forest

Maloney Fine Art

September 13 through October 31, 2014

Artist Tim Hailand obscures photos of shirtless men and other icons, like burlesque star Dita Von Teese, with foliage and other forest-y imagery in his new show.

KAWS: Man's Best Friend

Honor Fraser

September 13 through October 31, 2014

For his new show, sculptor-painter-street artist KAWS blew up small details of drawings Charles M. Schultz did of his Peanuts cartoon characters. So Snoopy becomes an abstraction.

From All Sides: Tansaekhwa on Abstraction

Blum & Poe Gallery

September 13 through November 9, 2014

Tansaekhwa was a process-oriented Korean art movement that involved tearing and soaking materials and often resulted in weathered, monochromatic canvases. Joan Kee, a University of Michigan professor who studies Tansaekhwa, curated the show.

York Chang: Superficciones

Greene Exhibitions

October 4 through November 15, 2014

A rare copy of Jorge Luis Borges's Ficciones will be in this show, except there will be an extra "newly discovered" story inside of it that will be a kind of blue print for York Chang's exploration of the "relationship between representations of reality and the experience of reality itself."

Mark Dean Veca: EVERLAST | Jessica Wimbley : The Belle Series

Western Project

October 18 through November 29, 2014

Mark Dean Veca is inspired by signage and intrigued by early Looney Tunes characters, so cartoons and slogans pop up in his new paintings. Jessica Wimbley's work, digitally altered photos that have been collaged into and drawn on, are much more subdued explorations of cultural and biological history.

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Here are our picks for the best art shows in Southern California this week! Subscribe to our newsletter if you’d like to get this list piping hot and early in your mailbox.   1. Michel Auder and Józef Robakowski: Street Life October 11 – December 18, 2014 Opening: October 10, 2014 | 7–10 pm Fahrenheit […]


My LA2050: Crowdsourcing for the greater good (and the bottom line)

  It used to be that the moneyed classes would dispense their endowments with scant input from the hoi polloi. The latest trend in philanthropy, however, is asking the public to vote on who is most deserving from amongst a group of competing applicants. First there was the Hammer Museum’s $25,000 Public Recognition Award, which […]

Deborah Sussman [photo: Lauren Joliet for the New York Times]

Deborah Sussman, Iconic Designer of Supergraphics, Dies at 83

  The design world lost one of its leading lights on Monday August 18th when Deborah Sussman passed away at her Los Angeles home. She was 83. The cause was breast cancer, according to her husband and partner Paul Prejza. Sussman was a pioneer in the field of environmental graphics – often called supergraphics – that leapt […]

Artadia Wants You! Deadline for First Round of LA Grants September 30

Artadia Wants You! Deadline for First Round of LA Grants September 30

Artadia: The Fund for Art and Dialogue is accepting applications from all visual artists living and working in Los Angeles County, but hurry! Applications must be submitted online by September 30, 11:59 PM (PST). Individual artists and collaboratives at any point in their careers could win from $5000 to $15,000 in unrestricted payola, to be […]

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