// Thursday, July 10
- In The Flesh, at Crowded House, DTLA.
Catch the final encore of this group exhibition curated by Desirée Pakravan and Michelle Plotkin. Drop-by the new pop-up during Art Walk.
- Mike Kelley & Paul McCarthy, at MOCA Grand Ave, DTLA.
Paul McCarthy in person(!) to discuss his work with Kelley. Presented by Filmforum.
- LOUIE LOUIE: Two Songs from an Opera, at Human Resources, Chinatown.
An opera dispersed into an art show. Organized by the Faustus Group and presented for two nights.
Performances: Thurs & Fri, 7-10pm
- Daniel Pearce and Teddy Rankin-Parker present…, at the wulf, DTLA.
Teddy Rankin-Parker (cello) and Daniel Pearce (drums) present a suite of structured improvisations.
There Is No Beginning, There Is No End, at MATA, Mid-City.
Group show feat. works from Nina Hartmann, Suzy Poling, Reuben Sawyer, Christopher Reid Martin and sounds from Shelter Death, Pod Blotz, & Aurelius Roemer Nappa.
// Friday, July 11
- Sue Tompkins, at 356 S. Mission Rd., Boyle Heights.
Doors 7pm | Performance 8pm.
- Melinda Ring: Forgetful Snow, at The Box, DTLA.
A triptych of two durational performances and a dance involving nudity, video, and language to investigate the transcendent possibilities of body and mind.
The Landscape & Memory (of Snow) Machine: Fri-Sun, 4-7pm. Free.
Forgetful Snow: Fri-Sun, 8pm. Free.
Native Strategies: N(enter) S, Issue#4 – Dispersions, at LACE, Hollywood.
Launch Party with opening performances by Robby Herbst, Addie Tinnell, Matias Viegener, Kate Durbin, Mark Anthony Johnson, & others. In conjunction with Native Strategies’ LACE summer residency.
- New works by John Eagle, Todd Lerew, Christoffer Schunk, and Danny Wood, at the wulf, DTLA.
// Saturday, July 12
- Experimental Half-Hour’s Experimental Half-Hour, at the Hammer, Westwood.
A live 30 minute satirical parody of television, presented by EHH as part of KChung TV at the Made In LA biennial.
- Sound. at the Santa Monica Museum of Art: Mark Trayle, at SMMoA, Santa Monica.
With new multichannel pieces conjuring sonic illusions, this performance takes place inside the immersive exhibition, Robert Swain: The Form of Color. Free with admission.
- Caesura: A Transcendent Pause, at The University Art Gallery (UAG), Irvine.
UC Irvine’s Artists in Residence exhibition presents multidisciplinary, performance informed works from Óscar Castrellón and Selwa Sweidan.
Opening 4-8pm | Performance 6pm
Other Worlds, at 125 South Ave. 57, Highland Park.
One night multimedia show feat: Erin Althea, Alexandra Coward, John Cuevas, Guadulesa, Javi Herrera, Judy Zoravje, Kate Laird, Jean Liang, Lindsey Lydecker, Zeque Penya, Paula Peng, Lee Tao, Csenge Molnar, & Everything Is Terrible! Curated by M.A. Olivares.
- David Horvitz, at Blum & Poe, Culver City.
Opening 6-8pm | Through Aug 23.
- The Fifth Wall: Tom Friedman, Evan Holloway, Farrah Karapetian, Alice Könitz, Marco Rios, Corinna Schnitt, Artur Żmijewski, at Armory Center for the Arts, Pasadena.
Works on paper, sculpture, painting, video, and photography by seven artists who consider alternate, or “wrong” points of view or perspectives.
- Competing Utopias: An Experimental Installation of Cold War Modern Design from East and West in One Context, at Neutra VDL Research House, Silver Lake.
Objects from the Cold War-era Eastern block are installed in place of those typically installed in the experimental, Richard Neutra-designed VDL Research House.
Opening 6-10pm | Through Sep 13.
- ck one daily, at Night Gallery, DTLA.
Group show feat. works by Jaya Howey, Shawn Kuruneru, Nevine Mahmoud, Rose Marcus, Shimon Minamikawa, Chadwick Rantanen, Anna Rosen, Kathleen Ryan, and Carter Seddon.
Opening 7-10pm | Through Aug 2.
// Sunday, July 13
// Monday, July 14
- 2014 July Kamikaze Exhibits: Annie Wharton, at PØST, DTLA.
Tonight it’s about Annie Wharton among the thirty-one rotating exhibitions on view throughout July.
7-9pm | Through July 31.
// Tuesday, July 15
- 2014 July Kamikaze Exhibits: Anders Lansing, at PØST, DTLA.
Works from Anders Lansing marks half-way through the nightly changing exhibitions of the month.
7-9pm | Through July 31.
// Wednesday, July 16
- Lost & Found Film Club: NAUGHTY BITS, at Cinefamily, West Hollywood.
Awkward teens, boxing burlesque queens, animated cut-paper penises, and feline fanciers and silly smut… Plus 35mm nudies compiled by 60’s Hollywood projectionists in this series of strange and sticky shorts that are as arousing as they are entertaining.
- Motion Tracking: CalArts Post-Graduate Exhibition, at Cirrus Gallery / HyperHyper, DTLA. New works from MFAs maps layers of physical and technological distance between the artist in control, their image, the site of its projection, and that of its reception. Curated by William Kaminski (co-director of former space, Control Room). Through July 12.
- 24/7 (still life), at Stephen Cohen Gallery, Mid-City. Group show of works reinterpreting the ‘still life’ in the post-internet age. Through July 12.
- Tragedy Plus Time: Ep.2, Ch.2, Set 2., at Public Fiction, Eagle Rock & at the Hammer, Westwood. Set 2, Neal Bashor, Two Up Eight Down (2014). Visible through the windows nightly in Eagle Rock… And on view at Made In LA at the Hammer. Through July 13.
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