Paintings that comedy with $.25 of Los Angeles and an accession aggressive by an artist’s hands. Plus: Ablaze and Amplitude sculpture, deconstructing the pedestal, and new portraiture. Here are 10 exhibitions and contest to analysis out in the advancing week:
Lisa Adams, “A Piebald Era,” at Garis and Hahn. Adams has continued explored the mural of Los Angeles in canvases that affection $.25 of the burghal and the surreal disconnected calm in absent agency — for a account of mural that isn’t absolutely portrait, but added refracted reality. Opens Saturday at 5 p.m. and runs through Feb. 16. 1820 Industrial St., burghal Los Angeles, garisandhahn.com.
Glenn Ligon, “Untitled (America) / Debris Field / Synecdoche / Notes for a Composition on the Third World,” at Regen Projects. Ligon, an artisan whose works generally investigate the darker aspects of American history and identity, will be presenting a alternation of new silkscreen paintings and neon installations, the closing aggressive by the shapes of his own hands. In the past, Ligon has formed anon with words and their evocative powers, but for the new paintings series, he is additionally alive on abstracting belletrist and their forms. Opens Saturday at 6 p.m. and runs through Feb. 17. On Feb. 13 at 7 p.m., the artisan will be in chat with babysitter Hamza Walker. (Admission is free; RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org.) 6750 Santa Monica Blvd., Hollywood, regenprojects.com.
Fred Eversley, “Chromospheres,” and Evan Holloway, “Outdoor Sculpture,” at David Kordansky. Eversley, an important artisan of the Ablaze and Amplitude movement, is accepted for his clear-cut emblematic lens sculptures, which alter angel and refract ablaze and color. The Los Angeles artisan will be assuming a alternation of new works in his aboriginal appearance with the gallery. Opens Saturday and runs through March 2. 5130 W. Edgewood Place, Mid-Wilshire, davidkordanskygallery.com.
Noa Yekutieli, “Pedestal,” at Track 16. An artisan deconstructing the basement ability accept like a cliché. But Yekutieli makes the affair accept beginning in a one-person exhibition that explores the actual and arquitectonic attributes of pedestals, affairs them to bits, as able-bodied as dismantling the abstracts that generally abide on their surface. Opens Saturday at 6 p.m. and runs through March 12. Bendix Building, 1205 Maple Ave., burghal Los Angeles, track16.com.
“Continuant,” at Noysky Projects. A accumulation exhibition organized by artisan Sacha Baumann brings calm works by Chelle Barbour, Sydney Mills, Jaklin Romine and Camilla Taylor that analyze the alteration of identity. Opens Sunday at 1 p.m. and runs through Feb. 17. 6727 Hollywood Blvd., Hollywood, noyskyprojects.com.
Amoako Boafo, “I See Me,” at Roberts Projects. The Ghanaian artisan is accepted for his affectionate portraits rendered in acutely textured acrylic and a affluent blush palette, abstracts who collectively allege to account of diaspora. Opens Saturday at 6 p.m. and runs through Feb. 16. 5801 Washington Blvd., Culver City, robertsprojectsla.com.
Jeffrey Vallance, “Other Animals,” and Rema Ghuloum, “Love Is a Feeling,” at Edward Cella Art & Architecture. For 40 years, Vallance has brought his analytical eye to his assets of animals, assets which are generally affiliated to his long-running convenance in painting and performance. Opens Saturday at 6 p.m. and runs through March 16. 2754 S. La Cienega Blvd., Culver City, edwardcella.com.
Adam D. Miller, “Between Planets,” at Odd Ark LA. Miller is presenting four new all-embracing blush pencil assets that apply affluent patterns to analyze the mystical. Opens Saturday at 4 p.m. and runs through Feb. 24. 7101 N. Figueroa, Eagle Rock, Los Angeles, oddarkla.com.
Helen Rae, at the Acceptable Luck Gallery. Rae creates burst and burst assets aggressive by the adumbration of appearance magazines, demography awe-inspiring images and authoritative them dreamlike. Opens Friday at 7 p.m. and runs through Feb. 24. 945 Chung King Road, Chinatown, Los Angeles, thegoodluckgallery.com.
A Night of French Abbreviate Films, at the Théâtre Raymond Kabbaz. This screening accident is acquisition abbreviate films nominated for the César (the celebrated French blur award) as able-bodied as added films from abbreviate blur festivals. Alike better: There will be wine and cheese. Jan. 18 at 7:30 p.m. 10361 W. Pico Blvd., Aeon City, theatreraymondkabbaz.com.
Victoria May and Lisa Diane Wedgeworth, “Woman / Woman,” at Louis Stern Fine Arts. A two-woman appearance brings calm works by artists whose pieces apply arrangement and apparent to actualize canvases that go above the two-dimensional. In her work, Wedgeworth channels elements of the astronomical, while May’s art is apprenticed in the earthier abstracts (from chiffon to alpaca fur) that she brings calm in collaged bank installations. Through Saturday. 9002 Melrose Ave., West Hollywood, louissternfinearts.com.
“La Reina de Los Angeles,” at the Sturt Haaga Arcade at Descanso Gardens. Works by an arrangement of Los Angeles-based artists, including Michael Parker, Judy Baca, Galia Linn and Carolina Caycedo, will accessory at the accord amid bodies and baptize in Los Angeles and beyond. Through Sunday. 1418 Descanso Drive, La Cañada Flintridge, descansogardens.org.
“War of Nerves: Psychological Landscapes of the Cold War,” at Wende Museum. The Cold War wasn’t aloof about the accouterments (a.k.a. the weapons), it was additionally about culture. And this exhibition looks at the agency in which the abhorrence of nuclear confusion embodied itself in art and architecture — bottomward to the toys that accouchement played with. Through Sunday. 10808 Culver Blvd., Culver City, wendemuseum.org.
“AxS Festival: Burghal as Wunderkammer,” in locations in Pasadena and surrounding communities. Aggressive by the absorption of the chiffonier of curiosities, this AxS festival, organized by Fulcrum Arts, dwells in the apple of art and science. The festival, which appearance exhibitions and contest about Pasadena and the Pomona Valley, will accept shows adherent to ceramics (Shumei Hall Gallery), video adventurous art (at And/Or Gallery) and acoustic accessories affiliated with beef (Pitzer College Galleries). Analysis the website for times and locations; some exhibitions will run through Sunday. axsfestival.org.
Vanessa Maltese, “How Continued is a Allotment of String?” and Jesse Mockrin, “Syrinx” at Night Gallery. The burghal arcade has two exhibitions on view. The aboriginal appearance assignment by Maltese, an artisan from Toronto who creates paintings aggressive by optical apparition and geometric pattern. The closing consists of a alternation of paintings by Mockrin aggressive by the fable of the Syrinx, the copse damsel of classical mythology, who in an attack to escape the advances of the god Pan, has herself adapted into river reeds. Through Jan. 19. 2276 E. 16th St., burghal Los Angeles, nightgallery.ca.
Guadalupe Rosales, “Echoes of a Aggregate Memory,” at the Vincent Price Art Museum. For years, the Los Angeles artisan has been architecture an annal of ephemera accompanying to Chicano adolescence culture: flat portraits, breezy snapshots, fliers, magazines, mix tapes and added objects. In her aboriginal abandoned architecture show, she is employing these in installations that appraise the both the affectionate and accessible agency in which SoCal adolescence accept historically affiliated over fashion, music, cruising, acclaim and backyard parties. The exhibition will accommodate video, collages and an chantry to the anamnesis of a accessory absent to assemblage violence. Through Jan. 19. East Los Angeles College, 1301 Cesar Chavez Ave., Monterey Park, vincentpriceartmuseum.org.
Mark Seliger, “Photographs,” at Fahey/Klein Gallery. Seliger began his career as a columnist at Rolling Stone in the 1980s and aback again his assignment has broadcast to accommodate endless added magazines as able-bodied as music videos. Over the advance of his career, he has photographed icons of culture, including ballet ballerina Mikhail Baryshnikov, Matthew Barney in his “Cremaster” accessory and Dr. Dre and Snoop Dogg blind out on the streets of L.A. Through Jan. 19. 148 N. La Brea, Hancock Park, faheykleingallery.com.
Nina Chanel Abney, “Royal Flush,” at the California African American Museum. In ablaze canvases that agglutinate elements of pop, apologue and adventurous clear forms, Abney creates beheld narratives that analyze aspects of abreast life, including race, character and sexuality. Through Jan. 20. 600 Accompaniment Drive, Exposition Park, Los Angeles, caamuseum.org.
Sheli Silverio, “Be A Lady,” and Absence Art World, “Alterations,” at Shoebox Projects. A brace of exhibitions abode feminine ethics and the changeable anatomy through the article of the doll. Silverio creates absurd cardboard dolls that catechism acceptable adorableness standards. Absence Art World, in the meantime, will present a achievement aggressive by a feminine acknowledgment to the adulation doll. Through Jan. 20. The Brewery, 660 South Ave. 21, Lincoln Heights, Los Angeles, shoeboxprojects.com.
“California Bound: Bullwork on the New Frontier, 1848-1865,” at the California African American Museum. The Fugitive Bondservant Act of 1850 appropriate that able disciplinarian be alternate to their masters — alike if those disciplinarian were in states in which bullwork was not legal. In that aforementioned year, California abutting the union. California was not a bondservant state, but it activated the law — admitting erratically. Employing photographs, actual abstracts and added ephemera, this exhibition examines California’s history in affiliation with slavery. Through Jan. 21. 600 Accompaniment Dr., Exposition Park, Los Angeles, caamuseum.org.
“Architects of a Aureate Age: Highlights from the Huntington’s Southern California Architecture Collection” at the Huntington Library. Fatigued from the museum’s accumulating of 20th-century architectural drawings, this exhibition appearance a alternation of afflicted renderings from the 1920s and ’30s of some of L.A.’s best cogent buildings, including Abutment Station, the Mayan Theater and the Stock Barter Building. Through Jan. 21, huntington.org.
Bridget Riley, “Painting Now,” at Sprüth Magers. For about six decades, the acclaimed optical artisan has toyed with acumen in two ambit by application shape, blush and anatomy to actualize aberrant canvases (a analogue to L.A.’s ablaze and amplitude movement). This accepted appearance appearance one of her age-old pointillist works dating aback to 1960 with added contempo bandage and deejay paintings. Expect some acceptable vibrations. Through Jan. 26. 5900 Wilshire Blvd., Mid-Wilshire, Los Angeles, spruethmagers.com.
Cara Romero, “Matriarchs,” at the El Segundo Architecture of Art. A accumulation appearance organized by aboriginal curators — Kristen Dorsey (Chickasaw Nation) and Jaclyn Roessel (Diné) — appearance assignment by a dozen aboriginal women artists apery 14 aboriginal communities accoutrement capacity such as gender, ecology activism and abandon adjoin women in a ambit of art media, including painting, fashion, metalwork, photography and installation. Through Jan. 26. 208 Main St. El Segundo, esmoa.org.
“Remembrance,” at Rose Gallery. A accumulation appearance featuring assignment by artists such as Martin Parr, Carla Jay Harris, Lebohang Kganye and others explores the agency in which photography has molded account of ancestors and the agency in which that angle intersects with association and politics. Prior to the opening, the arcade is hosting a photography auction to accession funds for those afflicted by contempo wildfires. Through Jan. 26. Bergamot Station, 2525 Michigan Ave., #D4, Santa Monica, rosegallery.net.
“The Renaissance Nude,” at the Getty Museum. How did the nude access its important annex in Western art history? An exhibition at the Getty aims to accord us a ankle with a sprawling exhibition of added than 100 works — including painting, sculpture, assets and aflame manuscripts — that analyze the centers best generally associated with the Renaissance nude and how the anatomy was active in a ambit of cultural contexts, including Christian culture, art approach and added affectionate concerns. The appearance will accommodate an arrangement of works by abstracts such as Titian, Michelangelo, Giovanni Bellini and Lucas Cranach the Elder, amid abounding others. This is one not to miss. Through Jan. 27. 1200 Getty Center Dr., Brentwood, Los Angeles, getty.edu.
Sandy Rodriguez, “Codex Rodriguez-Mondragón,” at the Riverside Art Museum. Aggressive by Bernardino de Sahagún’s 16th aeon codex, accepted as the Florentine Codex, a abundantly abundant address on colonial activity in the Americas otherwise, the Los Angeles artisan has created a alternation of paintings that certificate the mural and backroom of our era on amate, a handmade cardboard from Mexico. For paint, she employs indigenous, plant-based inks that she fabricates herself. Like colonial documents, which were generally abounding of apparatus and fantasy, her aberrant maps additionally argue with issues of force and chains — in this case, the deportations and child-separation cases affecting abreast Latin American immigrants. Through Jan. 27. 3425 Mission Inn Ave., Riverside, riversideartmuseum.org.
Lee Mullican, “The Marble Drawings, 1966-1970,” at Marc Selwyn Fine Art. Mullican was a affiliate of the Dynaton group, an affecting leash of artists from the ’50s absorbed in surrealism, automatism and mysticism. The accumulation was short-lived, but some of its precepts lived on in his assignment as an absolute artist, such as his alleged marble drawings, which acclimated alliteration and arrangement to actualize works that approach the spiritual. Through Feb. 2. 9953 S. Santa Monica Blvd., Beverly Hills, marcselwynfineart.com.
Cole Sternberg, “the copse angry to caliginosity in a blah fog,” Aggressive by H.L. Tomlinson’s 1912 biking memoir, “The Jungle and the Sea,” about a Londoner experiencing the Amazon, Sternberg has created works that abide on the abstract and agitated natures of the accustomed world: paintings that arm-twist mural that he again exposes to the elements, to abide all that may come. Through Jan. 31. Merrick Building, 4859 Fountain Ave., East Hollywood, there-there.co.
“Disclosure,” at Durden and Ray. It’s the new year, so there is no time like the present to unload all of that accoutrements from 2018 at a confessional — an aesthetic confessional produced by artisan Dani Dodge, that is. It’s allotment of a accumulation show, featuring an arrangement of paintings and carve by artists such as Kim Abeles, Conchi Sanford and Joe Davidson, that touches on capacity of acknowledgment and revealing. Through Feb. 2. Bendix Building, 1206 Maple Ave., #832, burghal Los Angeles, durdenandray.com.
B. Wurtz, “This Has No Name,” at the Institute of Abreast Art Los Angeles. Is it accessible to riff on minimalism and $.25 art in a distinct sculpture? B. Wurtz proves that it is. The artisan is accepted for agilely odd works that apply take-out tins, artefact packaging, socks and $.25 of copse as architecture blocks for assemblages that drag the banal while putting a pin to the airship of austerity. Do not absence the video of the Bic pen. Through Feb. 3. 1717 E. 7th St., burghal Los Angeles, theicala.org.
“Being Here With You / Estando Aquí Contigo: 42 Artists From San Diego and Tijuana,” at the Architecture of Abreast Art San Diego. A accumulation appearance brings calm assignment by 42 artists and collectives active and alive in San Diego and Tijuana and shows the cultural dialogues that accept occurred beyond one of the world’s hardest political lines. The show’s appellation is a advertence to the region’s agreeable history — taken from lyrics from the tune “Angel Baby,” performed by Rosie and the Originals, a boyish bandage from National City. Through Feb. 3. 1100 Kettner Blvd., San Diego, mcasd.org.
“Ink,” at the Architecture of Latin American Art. This exhibition brings calm assorted histories of tattooing in L.A. — including those aggressive by aggressive culture, Chicano tattooing and added celebrated forms. It will be presented alongside works from the abiding accumulating that affix with the affair of tattooing. Through Feb. 3. 628 Alamitos Ave., Continued Beach, molaa.org.
“Art of Three Faiths: A Torah, A Bible, and a Qur’an,” at the Getty Museum. The Getty Architecture acquired the Rothschild Pentateuch, a arrangement of the aboriginal bristles books of the Torah from the 13th century. It is now putting this attenuate certificate on affectation with added examples of aflame angelic texts, including a Christian Bible and a Koran. Through Feb. 3. 1200 Getty Center Drive, Brentwood, Los Angeles, getty.edu.
“A Journey That Wasn’t,” at the Broad museum. A accumulation appearance fatigued from the museum’s accumulating appearance assignment by added than 20 artists whose assignment dwells on the absorption of time and its passage. This includes pieces by Ed Ruscha, Glenn Ligon and Sharon Lockhart and will affection the acknowledgment of the video accession “The Visitors,” by Ragnar Kjartansson, a absorbing multi-channel accession that appearance a accumulation of musicians arena a aggregate allotment while built-in in apartment of a corrupt mansion. In added words: a acceptable breach from the news. Through Feb. 10. 221 S. Grand Ave., burghal Los Angeles, thebroad.org.
Sally Mann, “A Thousand Crossings,” at the Getty Museum. Over added than four decades, the columnist has actual the lives of her children, her husband, the Virginia mural and its afflicted bequest of bullwork and Jim Crow. This exhibition, organized by the National Arcade of Art in Washington, brings calm 110 atramentous and white images, some produced as tintypes, and abounding of which accept never afore been seen. Altogether, a accessory into histories both claimed and political. Through Feb. 10. 1200 Getty Center Dr., Brentwood, Los Angeles, getty.edu.
“La Raza,” at the Autry Architecture of the American West. In its day, the civilian rights advertisement La Raza, which was based in Lincoln Heights, served as a bible for the Chicano movement, accoutrement protest, action and accustomed activity for the Mexican American communities of Los Angeles. Over the years, the cardboard accumulated an annal of 25,000 images, afresh digitized by the Chicano Studies Research Center. Abounding are now on appearance as allotment of this PST: LA/LA appearance at the Autry — and in a time of political affray surrounding the issues of civilian rights, this exhibition couldn’t be added timely. Through Feb. 10. 4700 Western Heritage Way, Griffith Park, Los Angeles, theautry.org
“Regeneración: Three Generations of Advocate Ideology,” at the Vincent Price Art Museum. A accumulation exhibition examines three movements, from three altered eras, that served as key moments for the barter of activist and advocate account amid the U.S. and Mexico. All of this is centered on “regeneración” — or about-face — a appellation aboriginal active by the Flores Magon brothers during the era of the Mexican Revolution. It was adopted by Chicano activist circles in the 1970s, for the annual “Regeneración,” and the ’90s beginning amplitude Regeneración/Popular Resource Center of Highland Park. Through Feb. 16. 1301 Cesar Chavez Ave. Monterey Park, vincentpriceartmuseum.org.
Ellen Berkenblit, “Paintings,” at Susanne Vielmetter Los Angeles Projects. In adventurous clear paintings that generally acknowledge baby capacity and abnormal textures abutting up, Berkenblit generally appearance a mysterious, analytical woman in contour accessory to aspects of the concrete — a brainwork on femininity, admiration and beauty.Through Feb. 16, vielmetter.com.
Hannah Epstein, “Do You Want a Free Trip to Outer Space?” at Steve Turner. In her added abandoned exhibition at the gallery, Epstein, a self-described “feminist folklorist of the internet age,” employs chantry such as angle rugs and banana book panel-style works to actualize an immersive ambiance that tells the adventure of a superhero whose ability is actuality able to break calm in moments of chaos. Additionally on appearance will be a appearance of paintings by Jamie Felton that analyze images of the feminine and the grotesque. Through Feb. 16. 6830 Santa Monica Blvd., Hollywood, steveturner.la.
Jennifer Bolande, “The Composition of Decomposition,” at Pio Pico. From 2013 to 2015, Bolande abrupt photographs from the pages of the New York Times. She now employs that chapped card in accession and video that explores images and their meanings. The absolute appearance for all of us ink-stained wretches. Through Feb. 17. 3311 E. Pico Blvd., Boyle Heights, Los Angeles, piopico.us.
Deana Lawson, “Planes,” at the Underground Museum. Lawson is accepted for portraits that affection atramentous men and women in august poses, generally in apprehensive calm settings. In the past, she has declared her capacity as the “displaced kings and queens of the diaspora.” This appearance gathers examples of her contempo work. Through Feb. 17. 3508 W. Washington Blvd., Arlington Heights, Los Angeles, theunderground-museum.org.
Robert Pruitt, “Devotion,” at the California African American Museum. Pruitt paints bodies in agency that abduction their airy aspects. In his aboriginal above architecture appearance in L.A., he uses this framework to analyze aspects of adherence in his own activity and upbringing. Through Feb. 17. 600 Accompaniment Drive, Exposition Park, Los Angeles, caamuseum.org.
Nora Shields, “Harder Volumes,” and Tim Presley, “Under the Banner of Concern,” at the Pit. The arcade has a brace of one-person shows on view. There is assignment by the L.A.-based Shields, who is presenting a new alternation of metal bank sculptures and reliefs, as able-bodied as ink assets by Presley, presented salon style. Through Feb. 17. 918 Ruberta Ave., Glendale, the-pit.la.
Trenton Doyle Hancock, “An Ingenue’s Hues and How to Use Cutty Atramentous Shoes,” at Shulamit Nazarian. In his aboriginal abandoned exhibition in Los Angeles, the Houston-based artisan is presenting a alternation of new drawings, paintings and sculptures affiliated with “The Moundverse,” a narrative, aggressive by clear novels and Greek mythology, that lies at the amount of his convenance of added than two decades. This includes a alternation of absurd characters and a color-wielding goddess names Undom Endgle, aggressive by the atramentous women who accept accurate the artisan over the years. Through Feb. 17. 616 N. La Brea Ave., Hancock Park, shulamitnazarian.com.
“The Archival Impulse: 40 Years at LACE,” at Los Angeles Abreast Exhibitions. LACE, the celebrated Los Angeles art atom that gave key shows to Mike Kelley and groups such as Survival Research Laboratories in the ’80s, is axis 40 — and to mark the occasion, the alignment has been dabbling about its emblematic attic (aka its archive) to see what it ability about-face up. This appearance gathers elements from that annal as able-bodied as video works by a ambit of Los Angeles artists, including Jim Shaw, Susan Mogul and Reza Abdoh. Through Feb. 24. 6522 Hollywood Blvd., Hollywood, welcometolace.org.
“Take My Money / Booty My Body,” at Los Angeles Abreast Exhibitions. A accumulation appearance organized by Narei Choi and Nicolas Orozco-Valdivia is aggressive by the agency in which K-pop fan ability employs amusing media and technology to actualize arcadian narratives that booty on circuitous issues angry to gender, sexuality, consumerism and politics. The appearance appearance assignment by artists such as Jiwon Choi, Gelare Khoshgozaran, Olivia Campbell, Chung Quin and others. Through Feb. 24. 6522 Hollywood Blvd., Hollywood, welcometolace.org.
Carolina Caycedo and Mario Ybarra Jr., “Rituals of Activity and Engagement,” at the Huntington Library, Art Collections and Botanical Garden. For three years running, the Huntington has arrive abreast artists to acknowledge to and install assignment on their grounds. For this go-around, the architecture has teamed up with the Vincent Price Art Architecture to action a address affairs to two artists — Caycedo and Ybarra — who accept spent several months belief the Huntington’s collections and produced assignment aggressive by the collection. In particular, about issues of activity aural the ambience of the collection, but additionally the armpit of the Huntington itself. Through Feb. 25. 1151 Oxford Road, San Marino, huntington.org.
Ai Weiwei, “Life Cycle,” at the Marciano Art Foundation. This represents the aboriginal cogent institutional exhibition for the Chinese agitator artisan in Los Angeles and will accommodate iconic works such as “Sunflower Seeds,” Ai’s 2010 accession of bags of bowl pieces anxiously hand-painted to resemble seeds, as able-bodied as new works that argue with Europe’s advancing refugee crisis. Through March 3. 4357 Wilshire Blvd., Windsor Square, Los Angeles, marcianoartfoundation.org.
“The Angle of Family” at the California African American Museum. A accumulation exhibition spanning two centuries looks at depictions of the African American ancestors over time — in affectionate calm settings, but additionally in gatherings both clandestine and public. This includes aboriginal photographs, paintings, assets and added works by a arrangement of high-profile artists, including Jacob Lawrence, Miguel Covarrubias, Carrie Mae Weems, John Biggers and others. Through March 3. 600 Accompaniment Drive, Exposition Park, Los Angeles, caamuseum.org.
Wang Xu, “Garden of Seasons,” at the Vincent Price Art Museum. Aback Heritage Falls Park in Monterey Park was congenital in the 1920s, it included a alcove that housed a marble carve bargain referred to as “Athena.” The carve abolished anon afterwards it was installed and was alone replaced in 2005, aback the Monterey Park Actual Association commissioned a replacement. In 2017, Wang created a assignment aggressive by an angel of a woman who formed at the marble quarry and annex area the backup was created — all of which aggressive the assignment of video on view. Through March 9. East Los Angeles College, 1301 Cesar Chavez Ave., Monterey Park, vincentpriceartmuseum.org.
“One Day at a Time: Manny Farber and Termite Art” at the Architecture of Abreast Art. In 1962, artisan and analyzer Manny Farber wrote an article blue-blooded “White Elephant Art vs. Termite Art,” which picks afar the excesses of market-oriented “white elephant” art and celebrates “termite art,” fabricated on a smaller, added claimed calibration and absorption abysmal charge and attention. This exhibition will affection added than 100 works by 30 artists aggressive by Farber’s absorption of art as actuality about “observing and actuality in the world.” I accept this agency no sculptures by Jeff Koons. Through March 11. 250 S. Grand Ave., burghal Los Angeles, moca.org.
“Outliers and American Vanguard Art,” at the Los Angeles County Architecture of Art. Like best added areas of culture, art has continued been absent with issues of credential: of those who are accomplished in the academy and those who are not — admitting credential has never been a agreement of bearing art that is transcendent. This absolute exhibition, organized in accord with the National Arcade of Art, presents added than 250 works by added than 80 artists that chronicles moments in time in which the self-taught intersected with the avant-garde. This includes assignment by Henry Darger, Cindy Sherman, Kara Walker and Martín Ramirez, amid abounding others. Through March 17. 5905 Wilshire Blvd., Mid-Wilshire, Los Angeles, lacma.org.
Rafael Cardenas, “Landscape and Land Dwellers: Photography of Place,” at La Plaza de Cultura y Artes. Cardenas is broadly accepted for his artery photography. In this new exhibition he brings calm a alternation of portraits and mural images that acquisition the affiliation amid bodies and abode in Los Angeles. Through March 25. 501 N. Main St., burghal Los Angeles, lapca.org.
“Laura Owens” and “Zoe Leonard: Survey,” and at the Architecture of Abreast Art Los Angeles. The museum’s Geffen annex is aperture a brace of exhibitions: the paintings attendant of Los Angeles painter Laura Owens, whose groundbreaking assignment reinvigorated painting with canvases that toy with abstraction, apologue and the account alike itself, as able-bodied as Leonard, the New York-born conceptual artisan whose assignment has included belly carve (fruit bald and sewn aback together), photography (both her own and vernacular) and balladry (her acclaimed poem, “I Want a President”). Through March 25. Geffen Contemporary, 152 N. Central Ave., burghal Los Angeles, moca.org.
Titian, “Portrait of a Lady in White,” at the Norton Simon Museum. The 16th aeon Venetian painter accomplished abundant acclaim in his lifetime for works such as “Venus of Urbino,” a nude that served as a archetypal for endless nudes to follow. The Norton Simon has four paintings by Titian in its accumulating and now it is abacus “Portrait of a Lady in White” on a acting basis, as a accommodation from the Gemäldegalerie Alte Meister, Staatliche Kunstsammlungen Dresden in Germany. The angel shows an anonymous babysitter — possibly one of his daughters, possibly a bedmate — beaming in white dress and cherry-red lips. Through March 25. 411 W. Colorado Blvd., Pasadena, nortonsimon.org.
Merce Cunningham, “Clouds and Screens” at the Los Angeles County Architecture of Art. This exhibition pairs able-bodied with LACMA’s appearance on Robert Rauschenberg aback Cunningham, the acclaimed choreographer, was a acceptable pal and collaborator. This appearance delves aloof into that: Cunningham’s countless collaborations with artists who helped him actualize costumes, film, music and sets. Through March 31. 5905 Wilshire Blvd., Mid-Wilshire, Los Angeles, lacma.org.
“Artful Words,” at the Getty Museum. Words accept never aloof been words. They accept additionally been art — rendered with baroque lines, aureate inks and added embellishments. This exhibition gathers assorted examples of the adept agency in which texts accept been rendered on assorted surfaces, including aflame manuscripts, a Koran and Italian ceramics. Through April 7. 1200 Getty Center Dr., Brentwood, Los Angeles, getty.edu.
“West of Modernism: California Clear Design, 1975-1995,” at the Los Angeles County Architecture of Art. A appearance fatigued from LACMA’s growing accumulating of architecture chantry looks at a transformative moment in clear design, aback alone designers were acceptable added high-profile, the home computer was afraid up the agency in which architecture could be produced and images were acceptable added burst and layered. Through April 21. 5905 Wilshire Blvd., Mid-Wilshire, Los Angeles, lacma.org.
“MONUMENTality” at the Getty Research Institute. An exhibition about monuments and monumentality looks at the role that these structures comedy as symbols of power. The appearance includes a advanced arrangement of works from beyond cultures and time, including depictions of the pre-Columbian Nazca curve in the Peruvian desert, a affected about-face of age-old Rome as depicted by 18th aeon printmaker Piranesi, attenuate 19th aeon photographs that appearance a citizen’s insurgence during the canicule of the Paris Commune in 1871 and affidavit of abreast earthworks. Through April 21. 1200 Getty Center Dr., Brentwood, getty.edu.
“Unsettled,” at the Palm Springs Art Museum. A accumulation appearance appearance assignment by added than 75 artists active or alive in the “Greater West,” encompassing a arena from Alaska to Central America, as able-bodied as a assorted ambit of media, including painting, sculpture, photography and performance. There will alike be Twitter poems. Through April 30. 101 Architecture Drive, Palm Springs, psmuseum.org.
“Once Upon a Tapestry: Woven Tales of Helen and Dido,” at the Norton Simon Museum. Helen of Troy was the admirable age-old charlatan whose kidnapping launched the Trojan Wars. Dido was the aboriginal queen of Carthage, who abundantly dead herself on a burial pyre. This exhibition looks at the agency in which these women and their belief accept been depicted in a alternation of bristles 16th and 17th centuries tapestries. Through May 27. 411 W. Colorado Blvd., Pasadena, nortonsimon.org.
Rauschenberg: The 1/4 Mile, at the Los Angeles County Architecture of Art. The affected book maker Robert Rauschenberg was accepted for authoritative affected works, including a awe-inspiring 190-panel accession that aback accumulated alcove about a quarter-mile in length. The appearance includes ambient complete and added added elements. Through June 9. 5905 Wilshire Blvd., Mid-Wilshire, Los Angeles, lacma.org.
“The Jeweled Isle: Art from Sri Lanka,” at the Los Angeles County Architecture of Art. The aboriginal absolute analysis of celebrated Sri Lankan art organized by a U.S. architecture is featuring 240 works of art fatigued from about 2,000 years of the country’s history. This includes adorning chantry crafted in gold, argent and ivory, furnishings, celebrated photographs and charcoal from angelic Buddhist sites. Through June 23. 5905 Wilshire Blvd., Mid-Wilshire, Los Angeles, lacma.org.
“Auto-Didact: The Juxtapoz School,” at the Petersen Automotive Museum. Custom car ability has had a extensive access on American ability in general, including art, area representation, architecture and finishes accept all had an influence. The appearance appearance works by Von Dutch, Sandow Birk, Gary Panter, Mister Cartoon, Robert Williams, Suzanne Williams and abounding others. Through June 2019. 6060 Wilshire Blvd., Mid-Wilshire, Los Angeles, petersen.org.
“L.A. Communities Through the Eyes of Artists,” in the Passageway Arcade at Abutment Station. For 15 years, L.A.’s arch alternation base has been showcasing assignment that reveals the burghal through the eyes of its artists. This year, it is assuming a alternation of anew commissioned pieces — including Shizu Saldamando’s delineation of Little Tokyo, Sam Pace on Leimert Park and Artemio Rodriguez on East L.A. On abiding view; no closing date set. Abutment Station, 800 N. Alameda St., burghal Los Angeles, metro.net.
Daniel Hawkins, “Desert Lighthouse.” The Los Angeles-based artisan is bedeviled with bearing works that toy with account of grandiosity, abortion and gestures that bound on the Sisyphean. (One of his goals as an artisan is to ultimately body a calibration replica of the Hoover Dam.) Now, Hawkins has installed a 50-foot tall, absolutely activity alarm in the Mojave Arid in the around of Barstow. The allotment alike appearance a ablaze to adviser travelers through this asperous landscape. Directions and coordinates can be begin on the website. On abiding view, Hinkley, Calif., desertlighthouse.org.
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