Artful photographs of Elizabeth Taylor’s Bel-Air home. A allegory about a changeable astronaut from the future. And a alternation of sound-inspired pieces in a Santa Monica garage. Plus: a pop-up appearance by a Chicago clear architectonics duo and the division opener at West Hollywood’s Pacific Architectonics Center. Here are bristles contest not to absence this week:
Lita Albuquerque, “20/20: Accelerando,” at the USC Fisher Building of Art. In an exhibition that melds film, complete and performance, Albuquerque tells the adventure of a 25th aeon changeable astronaut who acreage on Earth in the year 6,000 BC. The allotment is fatigued from a argument that Albuquerque has been alive on back 2003, re-imagined in the building as an impressionistic ambiance that, amid added things, appearance aboriginal music by blur and amphitheater artisan Robbie C. Williamson. Opens Tuesday. 823 W. Exposition Blvd., Exposition Park, Los Angeles, fisher.usc.edu.
MOCA Pacific Architectonics Center will be assuming Catherine Opie’s portfolio of photographs taken in Elizabeth Taylor’s home. Seen here: “Holiday Ornament” from the 700 Nimes Road Portfolio, 2010-2011. (Catherine Opie / Regen Projects and Lehmann Maupin)
“Catherine Opie: 700 Nimes Road” at MOCA Pacific Architectonics Center. For six months in 2011, Los Angeles columnist Catherine Opie accurate the Bel-Air acreage of Elizabeth Taylor — the clothes, the photographs, the jewelry, the little $.25 of claimed ephemera that accomplish a abode a home. Now she is assuming the series, one that chronicles a activity of abundance and fame, at the Building of Abreast Art’s West Hollywood space. Opens Saturday and runs through May 8. Pacific Architectonics Center, 8687 Melrose Ave., West Hollywood, moca.org.
designLAB at the Pacific Architectonics Center. To bang off the winter arts season, a cardinal of the art and architectonics spaces at the Pacific Architectonics Center are captivation accompanying openings on Friday atramentous that will additionally accommodate food, alcohol and distinctively curated performances. During this time, MOCA’s PDC amplitude will be accessible to building members. 5 to 9:30 p.m. Friday 8687 Melrose Ave., West Hollywood, pacificdesigncenter.com.
“Siren” at Bristles Car Garage. A accumulation appearance of 10 artists who barrage primarily from the Los Angeles breadth looks at works that apply or advertence sound. This includes works of video and a brace of “sound baths” that accommodate complete healing. (The complete baths crave beforehand RSVP and an acceptance of $30.) There will additionally be talks and performances, including a appearance of “Cathartic Karaoke” by artisan Jennifer Sullivan on Jan. 30 at 5 p.m. Bristles Car Barn is amid in the barn of a clandestine home; abode and added capacity are provided with an RSVP. Opens Friday and runs through March 18. Santa Monica, emmagrayhq.com.
“Sonnenzimmer: Clear Arts Approaching Tour” at the Quiet Life. Chicago art and clear architectonics duo Nick Butcher and Nadine Nakanishi arise to L.A. for a one-day pop-up accident in Highland Park. The couple, who aftermath art books, installations, paintings and prints, accept continued blurred the band amid bartering clear architectonics and added forms of art, and will be showcasing a alternation of collaborative prints, posters and art books during their abrupt L.A. sojourn. 1 to 4 p.m. Saturday, 5627 N. Figueroa St., Highland Park, Los Angeles, thequietlife.com.
“Spiritual Language” at TAG Gallery. Roughly 40 artists, including Fabian Debora, Alex Kizu and Juan Carlos Munoz Hernandez, accept contributed works to this accumulation show, which has served as a account for Homeboy Industries. Proceeds from the sales of the works go to the organization; the arcade additionally is accepting donation of art food to advice abutment Homeboy’s art-related programs. Through Saturday. 2525 Michigan Ave., D3, Santa Monica, taggallery.net.
“The Absorption of North: The Paintings of Lawren Harris” at the Bang Museum. Accepted for his affected depictions of frigid Canadian landscapes, Harris was allotment of the Accumulation of Seven, a accumulation of painters who were proponents for establishing a audibly Canadian academy of painting — in Harris’ case, one with audibly Modernist overtones. His dispersed landscapes, depicted in stained-glass hues of blue, white and green, generally with astral application of ablaze bottomward from the heavens, accept about religious overtones. Through Sunday. 10899 Wilshire Blvd., Westwood, hammer.ucla.edu.
“Uh-Oh: Frances Stark, 1991-2015” at the Bang Museum. This is a analysis of assignment by L.A.-based artisan Frances Stark, whose absolute convenance — she’s done aggregate from carbon assets to busy agenda animations — covers a analogously ample area of subjects, including critiques of institutions and affectionate angle of the artist’s claimed activity including activated productions of clandestine online chats. Through Sunday. 10899 Wilshire Blvd., Westwood, hammer.ucla.edu.
“Giant Apprentice Biennale 4” at the Japanese American National Museum. Giant Apprentice — the boutique and arcade — has continued focused on Asian and Asian American accepted culture, showcasing works and adorning commodity by abstracts such as Yoshitomo Nara and Takashi Murakami. Back 2007, architect Eric Nakamura has partnered with the Japanese American National Building for this biennial, which showcases pop-infused works by an arrangement of adolescent artists. Through Sunday. 100 N. Central Ave., city Los Angeles, janm.org.
David Korty, at Night Gallery. The Los Angeles-based painter’s latest series, blue-blooded “Figure Construction,” begins with the blush blue. He uses the aforementioned aphotic accomplishments on works that accommodate layered blocks of corrective text, assets and arrangement fragments, which adhere into absent animal figures. The appearance additionally includes a number of the artist’s geometrically aggressive bowl works. Through Jan. 30. 2276 E. 16th St., downtown, nightgallery.ca.
“Somewhere Over El Arco Iris: Chicano Landscapes, 1971-2015,” at the Building of Latin American Art. Bedfellow babysitter Julian Bermudez has aggregate 25 works that acquaint a adventure of mural through the works of Chicano artists over added than four decades. This includes archetypal pieces by acclaimed California abstracts such as Gronk, Frank Romero, Patssi Valdez and Carlos Almaraz. But it additionally includes up-and-comers such as Shizu Saldamando and Jaime “Germs” Zacarías. Extended through Jan. 31. 628 Alamitos Ave., Continued Beach, molaa.org.
“Hannelore Baron: Collage & Assemblage,” at Jack Rutberg Accomplished Art. Taut works of aggregation and collage booty their ability from the begin abstracts the artisan used: $.25 of bolt and added applique begin in austerity food and junkyards, answerable altar that absorb the faculty of accepting already served added purposes. Born in Germany (her ancestors fled the country in the deathwatch of Kristallnacht), Baron was allotment of New York’s aesthetic ambience at mid-century, but her pieces, which feel achromatic and worn, advance the claustrophobia of abreast and confinement. Extended through Jan. 30. 357 N. La Brea Ave., Fairfax, jackrutbergfinearts.com.
“Xara Thustra: Stop Men,” at Aftermost Projects. The San Francisco artisan and activist, accepted for bearing assignment in a advanced ambit of media — graffiti, posters, video, achievement and added — is actualization new paintings and a brace of traveling murals. Through Jan. 30. 6546 Hollywood Blvd., #215, Hollywood, alastprojects.org.
Stas Orlovski, “Skazka,” at Adolescent Projects Gallery. The L.A.-based Orlovski is accepted for his addictive stop-motion animations that apply $.25 of best children’s books and Victorian drawings. This new work, which appearance a soundtrack by beginning audio artisan Steve Roden, is aggressive by 19th aeon magic-lantern performances and includes a stage-set and larger-than-life projections onto silhouettes. Through Feb. 5. Pacific Architectonics Center, 8687 Melrose Ave., Amplitude B230, West Hollywood, youngprojectsgallery.com.
Kori Newkirk, at Roberts & Tilton. Accepted for creating sculptural pieces out of constructed beard and pony beads, the Los Angeles-based artisan is now demography on the absorption of the amphitheater in endless ways, including a alternation of sculptures crafted from begin bike wheels. Through Feb. 6. 5801 Washington Blvd., Culver City, robertsandtilton.com.
Rafaël Rozendaal, “Abstract Browsing,” at Steve Turner. A alternation of Jacquard alloyed tapestries explores the architectonics of the Internet, a accountable that has long-fascinated this Dutch-born artist. He is additionally presenting a alternation of bank works aggressive by haiku. Through Feb. 6. 6830 Santa Monica Blvd., Hollywood, steveturner.la.
Steven Hull, “Never Again Sharpen Your Teeth on the Rope That Holds You Safely to Shore,” at Rosamund Felsen Gallery. The Los Angeles artist, accepted for the able agency in which he combines painting and carve to actualize affected installations, has put calm a appearance aggressive partly by bank carnival, partly by an ocean voyage. The exhibition — his 11th at Rosamund Felsen — includes paintings, all-embracing copse sculptures and oil acrylic transfers. Through Feb. 6. 1923 S. Santa Fe Ave., city Los Angeles, rosamundfelsen.com.
“Various Baby Fires (Working Documents)” at the Los Angeles County Building of Art. A show that illuminates abnormal $.25 of LACMA history, such as the plan to accept a apprentice convoying the galleries or the time a dog formed as a aegis guard. Included in the mix is Ed Ruscha’s alive account for his abominable mid-’60s canvas “The Los Angeles County Building on Fire.” Through Feb. 7. 5905 Wilshire Blvd., Mid-Wilshire, lacma.org.
“Minoru Ohira: Iki and Yabo,” at Offramp Gallery. “Iki” in Japanese agency chic; “yabo,” unrefined. In this exhibition, the Japanese sculptor examines the accomplished band amid the two concepts in a alternation of abundantly board sculptures that arm-twist and deconstruct elements of architecture. Through Feb. 7. 1702 Lincoln Ave., Pasadena, offrampgallery.com.
Victor Hugo Zayas, at the Building of Latin American Art. Gritty abstractions the blush of charcoal, acerbic and animate abduction the automated belly of Los Angeles. Zayas, a painter who maintains a studio on the banks of the L.A. River, will accept a analysis of added than 40 works on appearance at the building — works that blueprint the change of the city’s automated landscape. Through Feb. 7. 628 Alamitos Ave., Continued Beach, molaa.org.
Toba Khedoori, at Regen Projects. In her fourth appearance at the gallery, the L.A.-based artist, accepted for her abundant renderings of plants, architectonics and added objects, takes to canvas as well. Her pieces acknowledge aching detail that, at moments, teeters into absorption — creating images that are added than bald representation. Through Feb. 13. 6750 Santa Monica Blvd., Hollywood, regenprojects.com.
“Customizing Language,” at Los Angeles Abreast Exhibitions. Organized by bedfellow curators Idurre Alonso and Selene Preciado, this accumulation appearance gathers artists from the Americas to attending at the agency in which accent generally reflects political reality. Featuring the assignment of abstracts such as Marco Ramírez ERRE, Regina José Galindo and Mely Barragán (whom I wrote about as allotment of the Tijuana art series in October). Through Feb. 14. 6522 Hollywood Blvd., Hollywood, welcometolace.org.
Edmund de Waal, “Ten Thousand Things,” at Gagosian Gallery. Both an artisan and an acclaimed novelist, de Waal is a figure whose affection for words feeds his art and carnality versa. For his aboriginal abandoned exhibition in L.A., he is presenting arrangements of altar — including the ceramics he makes — aggressive by music, balladry and the architectonics of Rudolph Schindler. Through Feb. 18. 456 N. Camden Drive, Beverly Hills, gagosian.com.
Sadie Barnette, “Superfecta,” at Charlie James Gallery. In a alternation of multimedia works — from photography to anxiously rendered assets — the artisan looks at the ability of horse racing, affecting on issues of fantasy, abstention and chance. Through Feb. 20. 969 Chung King Road, Chinatown, Los Angeles, cjamesgallery.com.
George Porcari, “Greetings From LA: 24 Frames and 50 Years,” at Haphazard. Back the ’60s, artisan George Porcari has been photographing Los Angeles — from the artery to the beach. In this exhibition, he uses those images to accomplish all-embracing photo collages set about a bare amplitude — or abandoned — that shapes the accent of the images aloft and below. Through Feb. 20. 1542 Sawtelle Blvd., Sawtelle, Los Angeles, haphazard.co.
Marcia Hafif, “Glaze Paintings and Works on Paper From the 1970s,” at Marc Selwyn Accomplished Art. Throughout her career, Hafif has been bedeviled with color: the colors of the Pacific Ocean or Roman architectonics — hues that she reproduces in paintings and installations that serve as meditations on the subtleties of tone. In her aboriginal abandoned appearance at Selwyn, the artist is assuming some of the aboriginal works — graphite assets and coat paintings — that helped appearance her practice. Through Feb. 20. 9953 S. Santa Monica Blvd., Beverly Hills, marcselwynfineart.com.
“Ishiuchi Miyako: Postwar Shadows” at the Getty Center. Showcasing several bodies of assignment by the Japanese photographer, this exhibition includes her affective images of altar and accouterment that survived the atomic bombing of Hiroshima. Anniversary angel captures acutely claimed capacity such as patches, mends and stains, all affirmation of the abounding lives already inhabited by these garments. Additionally on appearance will be a baby exhibition of abreast Japanese photographers. Through Feb. 21. 1200 Getty Center Drive, Brentwood, getty.edu.
“Punk Povera,” at Wuho Gallery. This accumulation exhibition gathers painting, cartoon and carve from L.A. and Mexico City aggressive by a brace of cultural movements: Arte Povera, the Italian art movement that focused on the use of simple materials, and punk, the agreeable and appearance movement that advantaged dust over excess. Through Feb. 21. 6518 Hollywood Blvd., Hollywood, wuho.architecture.woodbury.edu.
“The Wartime Photographs of Ansel Adams,” at the Skirball Cultural Center. Adams’ able black-and-white images from Manzanar during Apple War II protested what he described as the “enforced exodus” of American citizens: Japanese Americans who were angrily bedfast for the advance of the war. It’s a stirring view of activity for Japanese Americans during a aphotic aeon in American history. Through Feb. 21. 2701 N. Sepulveda Blvd., Brentwood, skirball.org.
Diana Thater, “The Sympathetic Imagination,” at the Los Angeles County Building of Art. The Los Angeles-based video artisan is broadly accepted for groundbreaking video installations that absorb the architectonics of a amplitude while exploring a ambit of accustomed phenomena: from the underwater lives of dolphins to the agency in which bees communicate. For the appearance at LACMA, she is showing works attempt in Claude Monet’s garden in Giverny, France, and at the Galtaji Temple in Jaipur, India. Through Feb. 21. 5905 Wilshire Blvd. Mid-Wilshire, lacma.org.
“Noah Davis: Imitation of Wealth” at the Building of Abreast Art Grand Avenue. In 2013, Davis re-created a alternation of works by acclaimed artists and put them on affectation at the Underground Museum, his addition art amplitude in Arlington Heights. The absorption was to affectation works of aerial cultural amount in an absurd setting. Now, the Building of Abreast Art has re-created the accession — a assignment fabricated added agitating by the artist’s contempo death. (The allotment is arresting chargeless of allegation through the windows of a storefront amplitude adjoining to the museum.) Through Feb. 22. 250 S. Grand Ave., downtown, moca.org.
John Outterbridge, “Rag Man,” at Art Practice. The acclaimed Los Angeles aggregation artisan is showing works produced mainly over the aftermost decade and a bisected from scavenged abstracts such as twigs, basic and hair. Works from the contempo alternation “Rag and Bone Idiom” arm-twist talismans and healing rituals. Through Feb. 27. 4339 Leimert Blvd., Leimert Park, artandpractice.org.
Marianne Vitale, at Venus. A sculptor accepted for her beefy pieces is accepting her West Coast admission appearance with a brace of installations that will affection 60 bags of animate railroad clue and a alternation of about 100 11-foot white ache timbers. Through Feb. 27. 601 S. Anderson St., Boyle Heights, Los Angeles, venusovermanhattan.com.
“R. Luke DuBois: Now” and “Sandow Birk: American Qur’an,” at the Orange County Building of Art. OCMA opens a brace of new shows: one by the New York-based DuBois, an artisan who generally employs abstracts to actualize different visualizations, and the L.A.-based Birk, who has spent nine years transcribing and illustrating every ballad of the Koran in a abnormally American way. Through Feb. 28. 850 San Clemente Drive, Newport Beach, ocma.net.
“Rain Room,” at the L.A. County Building of Art. It was universally panned by the critics back it appeared at the Building of Modern Art in New York. (New York Magazine analyzer Jerry Saltz described it as “the affliction distinct assignment of art that I saw all this year … a high-tech amusement-park ride.”) And my aide Christopher Knight labeled it “brainless amusement” in his analysis of the experience. But who cares back you can booty the world’s best awesome selfie central it and allotment it with the apple on Instagram? Through March 6. 5905 Wilshire Blvd., Mid-Wilshire, lacma.org.
“Derek Fordjour: Eight Paintings” and “Yashua Klos: How to Hide in the Wind,” at Papillion. A brace of new shows at Papillion analyze the atramentous amount in different ways. In a alternation of new paintings, Fordjour places arrange of abstracts adjoin blooming and added carnivalesque backgrounds. Klos, in the meantime, creates busy collages that acquisition agency of amalgam faces and active into architectonic elements that arise to float in space. Through March 6. 4336 Degnan Blvd., Leimert Park, Los Angeles, papillionart.com.
“Dansaekhwa and Minimalism,” at Blum & Poe. A analysis of some 35 works pairs pieces by key American minimalists (Sol LeWitt, Carl Andre, Agnes Martin) with important works from Korea’s Dansaekhwa movement, whose artists (figures such as Lee Ufan and Kwon Young-woo) were acclaimed for creating connected works in artistic and textural ways. A truly meditative show. Through March 12. 2727 S. La Cienega Blvd., Culver City, blumandpoe.com.
“Ron Jude: Lago,” at Arcade Luisotti. In his fourth abandoned appearance at the gallery, Jude explores the mural of the Salton Sea, the abundantly attenuated anatomy of water, abreast which the columnist spent some of the determinative years of his childhood. Through March 12. Bergamot Station, 2525 S. Michigan Ave., Santa Monica, galleryluisotti.com.
“Disguise: Masks and Global African Art,” at the Fowler Museum. This exhibition looks at the art of beard through the assignment of a dozen abreast African and African American artists — affecting on aggregate from busy masks to the illusionist camouflage of the agenda sphere. Expect to see assignment by artists such as Zina Saro-Wiwa, Jacolby Satterwhite and Brendan Fernandes. Through March 13. UCLA, arctic campus, Westwood, fowler.ucla.edu.
“Frank Gehry,” at the Los Angeles County Building of Art. Featuring added than 200 assets and 65 models, as able-bodied as endless photographs and video, this attendant looks at the activity and career of one of L.A.’s best acclaimed architects. Totally account it aloof to see the aboriginal architectonics for downtown’s Disney Hall. (Glad they went for the advantage that was built.) Through March 20. 5905 Wilshire Blvd., Mid-Wilshire, lacma.org.
“In Focus: Daguerreotypes,” at the Getty Museum. A alternative of some of the museum’s 2,000 daguerreotypes go on appearance alongside daguerreotypes from the accumulating of singer-songwriter Graham Nash, a arresting beneficiary of this aboriginal blazon of photography. Through March 30. 1200 Getty Center Drive, Brentwood, getty.edu.
“Robert Cremean: The Beds of Procrustes” and “The Seven Baleful Sins,” at the Pasadena Building of California Art. The California artisan is accepted for cool, allegorical pieces that apply the animal amount in agency that riff on bigger questions of art, myth, acceptance and sacrifice. For his appearance in Pasadena, one accession examines the legend of Procrustes, the Greek fabulous brigand who would ache bodies in assorted agency in adjustment to force them to fit assimilate an adamant bed, while addition uses animal abstracts to adapt anniversary of the baleful sins. Through April 3. 490 E. Union St., Pasadena, pmcaonline.org.
“Hard Edged: Geometrical Absorption and Beyond,” at the California African American Museum. A new exhibition appearance the assignment of 46 artists — from arising abstracts to absolute names — working in the amphitheatre of geometric abstraction. This includes works by beginning choir and standard-bearers, including acclaimed abstracts such as Rashid Johnson, Senga Nengudi, David Hammons and Tim Washington. Through April 24. 600 State Drive, Exposition Park, caamuseum.org.
Alice Könitz, “Los Angeles Building of Art (LAMOA),” at Occidental College. This is a assignment of carve that additionally serves as a micro exhibition hall. The amplitude was accustomed in Könitz’s backyard in 2012 but will be on appearance at Occidental College for the advance of the bookish year. The countdown exhibition appearance assignment by L.A. artisan Alice Clements. Through bounce 2016. In advanced of Weingart Anteroom at Occidental College, 1600 Campus Road, Eagle Rock, oxy.edu.
“Popol Vuh: Watercolors of Diego Rivera,” at the Bowers Museum. The “Popol Vuh” is a about 500-year-old Mayan text, accounting in Quiché, that recounts that culture’s conception myths. This angelic argument aggressive a alternation of watercolors by Mexican muralist Diego Rivera, an artisan who was absent with aboriginal themes. Now 17 of these paintings, on accommodation from a building in Mexico, are on view at the Bowers. Through May 29. 2002 N. Main St., Santa Ana, bowers.org.
Alex Israel, at the Huntington. In 2012, the San Marino library and building apparent the aboriginal of its abreast interventions with easygoing works by Ricky Swallow and Lesley Vance. Now the building is accepting bolder, with a alternation of installations by painter Alex Israel, whose pop-inspired canvases and altar blow on capacity such as celebrity, allure and power. Through July 11. 1151 Oxford Road, San Marino, huntington.org.
“Senses of Time: Video and Film-Based Works of Africa,” at the Los Angeles County Building of Art. For one of its abiding installations, the building has aggregate works of video or blur by abreast African artists that analyze the anatomy and the looping attributes of time. This includes pieces by abstracts such as Yinka Shonibare, Sammy Baloji, Berni Searle, Moatax Nasr and Theo Eshetu. Through Jan. 2, 2017. 5905 Wilshire Blvd., Mid-Wilshire, lacma.org.
“Islamic Art Now” at the Los Angeles County Building of Art. Contemporary works from LACMA’s abiding accumulating by 20 artists who alive in or accept roots in the Middle East look at questions of society, gender and identity. Runs indefinitely. 5905 Wilshire Blvd., Mid-Wilshire, lacma.org.
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