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The Extreme Present: Los Angeles

ForYourArt & the City of West Hollywood present The Extreme Present: Los Angeles Shumon Basar, Douglas Coupland, and Hans Ulrich Obrist with guests including Miranda July and David Lynch plus Patrick Belaga and Amalia Ulman West Hollywood City Council Chambers 625 N San Vicente Blvd, West Hollywood, CA 90069 Friday, August 14th at 7pm Live streaming

A Hollywood Walk of Art: The Awards Shows

A Hollywood Walk of Art February 28, 2015 – 11am to 6pm Your special invitation to experience art in the Media District on the heels of Hollywood awards shows, featuring a site-specific performance and more. For Immediate Release (February 17, 2015): ForYourArt is pleased to announce A Hollywood Walk of Art: The Awards Shows, the first

ForYourArt 2014 Year in Review

With a decade of ForYourArt on the horizon, we’re proud to share our review of 2014. Very much in the spirit of Los Angeles, ForYourArt is a nimble, non-hierarchical, and independent organization that serves as a platform to produce and distribute art. ForYourArt is always evolving, and seeks to advance a spirit of patronage and

ARTIST CALL Browse opportunities to submit your work and information grants and exhibitions you can apply for. Artists Engaging in Social Change The Surdna Foundation, fostering sustainable communities in the United States, is now accepting proposals created by individual artists, culture bearers and nonprofit arts organizations. If awarded, funds will support projects developed in response to

Guide ForYourArt L.A.: September 25 – October 1

Art openings and events this week. Click here for L.A. artists in N.Y. Barbara Probst, Exposure #109: Munich studio, 09.19.13, 5:31 p.m., 2013, Ultrachrome ink on cotton paper2 parts, 24 x 24 inches each, courtesy of the artist, Murray Guy, New York, and Park View, Los Angeles Thursday, September 25 Glen E. Friedman: My Rules Book

Guide ForYourArt L.A.: September 18-23

Art openings and events this week. Click here for L.A. artists in N.Y. Elana Mann, One Way or Another, 2011, Cut photographic collage, image courtesy of the artist and Edward Cella Art & Architecture Thursday, September 18 Smile Isle, Daniel Rolnik Gallery (Santa Monica), 6-10pm. More info here. Conversation Evening: Frederick Hammersley – Organics and Cut-ups, 1963-1965, LA

Gift Shop: What To Buy

GIFTS BY ARTISTS & CREATIVES  Art and products by artists make great gifts for yourself, loved ones, friends and colleagues. Check out some of these gifts we’ve picked from some great sites and shops. explore gifts in one of the categories below: FOR YOURSELF FOR THE KIDS FOR THE HOUSE FOR THE INTELLECTUAL FOR THE TRAVELER

Guide ForYourArt: September 11-17

Art openings and events this week. Click here for L.A. artists in N.Y. Lisa Anne Auerbach: Spells opens Saturday, September 13. Image courtesy of the artist and Gavlak Thursday, September 11 Levitated Mass Documentary, Landmark’s NUART Theatre (West L.A.), 7:30pm. More info here. Iris Nights Lecture with Henry Horenstein: Honky Tonk, Annenberg Space for Photography

Guide ForYourArt L.A.: August 28 – September 3

Art openings and events this week. Click here for L.A. artists in N.Y. John Knuth, Gold 3, courtesy of the artist and Emma Gray HQ / 5 Car Garage Thursday, August 28 4th Annual Surf and Skate Silent Auction, Robert Berman Gallery (Santa Monica), 6:30-9pm. More info here. I heART Santa Monica II, Jeanie Madsen

Gift Shop

GIFT SHOP Art and products by artists make great gifts for yourself, loved ones, friends and colleagues. In need of the perfect gift? Check out our constantly updated list from these great sites and shops.  Art Markit Find everyday products by renowned and crowd-sourced artists from all around the globe, including our very own Barbara

Fall 2014 Galas and Ticketed Events

For patrons, here is a list of ticketed events we think you should know about that help to support art and artists in Los Angeles. Individual tickets range from $40 to $5,000. Saturday, October 25, 2014 18is25 18th Street Arts Center (Westside) | 6-10pm (Sat., Oct. 25) | 1-5pm (Sun., Oct. 26) 18th Street Arts Center celebrates the

GUIDE ForYourArt L.A.: July 24-30

Art openings and events this week. Fallen Fruit (David Burns and Austin Young), Pomegranate Wallpaper (Skirball edition), 2014. Dimensions variable, courtesy of the artists and The Skirball. Thursday, July 24 Meeting Myself: A Critical Introduction, Almost Holden Collective (Santa Monica), 6-11pm. More info here. DJ set by Tom Schnabel and concert by Noura Mint Seymali, Skirball Cultural Center

PLAN ForYourArt L.A.: July 24-30

Art openings and events this week. Fallen Fruit (David Burns and Austin Young), Pomegranate Wallpaper (Skirball edition), 2014. Dimensions variable, courtesy of the artists and The Skirball. Thursday, July 24 Meeting Myself: A Critical Introduction, Almost Holden Collective (Santa Monica), 6-11pm. More info here. DJ set by Tom Schnabel and concert by Noura Mint Seymali, Skirball Cultural

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Very much in the spirit of Los Angeles itself, ForYourArt is nimble, non-hierarchical, and independent. ForYourArt is always evolving, and embraces the freedom that comes with eluding narrow definitions. ForYourArt is a fluid platform to produce and distribute artists’ work. ForYourArt seeks to advance a spirit of patronage and a culture of dialogue by perceiving

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PLAN ForYourArt L.A.: June 26 – July 2

ForYourArt selects the best opportunities to SEE, COLLECT, LEARN ABOUT, and SUPPORT art each week. Nancy Popp, Untitled (Street Performances), Broad Museum Concept Sketch, 2014, Archival Pigment Prints, Mason Line, 4.25×10.5 inches, courtesy of the artist and Klowden Mann Thursday, June 26 Modern Art Notes Podcast Live: Tyler Green & A.L. Steiner, Hammer Museum (Westwood), 7:30-9:30pm. More info here. Taschen bi-annual warehouse

PLAN ForYourArt L.A.: June 5-11

ForYourArt selects the best opportunities to SEE, COLLECT, LEARN ABOUT, and SUPPORT art each week. Rainbow Control Room, courtesy of Commonwealth and Council Thursday, June 5 John Geary: Black Dust Ping Pong Invitational, c. nichols project (Venice), 6-9pm. More info here. Mindfulness and World Music, Fowler Museum (Westwood), 5:30pm. More info here. Senior Exhibition: Pulling Teeth, New Wight Gallery (Westwood),

PLAN ForYourArt L.A.: May 29 – June 4

ForYourArt selects the best opportunities to SEE, COLLECT, LEARN ABOUT, and SUPPORT art each week. Matt Johnson, Nesting Hula-Hoops, 2013, Stainless steel and paint, Approximately 36 x 36 x 36 inches, courtesy of the artist and Blum & Poe Thursday, May 29 Fowler Out Loud: Jonah Levine Collective, Fowler Museum (Westwood), 6pm. More info here. Some Favorite Writers: Alternative Uses of Real Life in

PLAN ForYourArt L.A.: May 22-28

ForYourArt selects the best opportunities to SEE, COLLECT, LEARN ABOUT, and SUPPORT art each week. Christine Wang, I Want That Bag, courtesy of the artist and Night Gallery. Thursday, May 22 Friedrich Kunath, Eastern Star Gallery (Brentwood), 6:30-8:30pm. More info here. UCLA Department of Art Lectures: David Wilson, Hammer Museum (Westwood), 7:30pm. More info here. Fowler Out Loud: Chankethya Chey and

PLAN ForYourArt L.A.: Sunday, May 18

ForYourArt selects the best opportunities to SEE, COLLECT, LEARN ABOUT, and SUPPORT art every day. Robert Swain: The Form of Color, Installation view, 2014, Photo by Elizabeth Pezza, courtesy of the artist and SMMoA Sunday, May 18 Venice Art Walk Community Celebration, Google Headquarters (Venice), 12-6pm. More info here. A Sense of Balance: The Sculpture of Stoney Lamar and Empire of Love Shack,