The Long List FYA a Day: February 14–20 ( Feb 14, 2019 )

Thursday, February 14

Openings and Events in Westwood

Hammer Museum x Kaleidoscope x Compose LA, Hammer Museum, 7:30pm.

Openings and Events in Culver City

Parergon: Japanese Art of the 1980s and 1990s, Blum & Poe, 6–8pm.

Undergraduate Juried Exhibition 2019, UCLA Graduate Studios, 6–8pm.

Openings and Events on Miracle Mile

Talk: Gallery Tour: The Art of Looking—Romance in To Rome and Back, LACMA, 12:30pm.

Talk: A Box of Candy: An Evening in Tribute to the Work of Greer Lankton, LACMA, 7pm.

Openings and Events in Hollywood

Felix Art Fair, Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel, 6–10pm. Through February 17.

Korakrit Arunanondchai: Courtyard Screenings: With history in a room filled with people with funny names 4 and No History in a Room Filled with People with Funny Names 5, Various Small Fires, 6–7pm.

Slater Bradley, there-there, 7–9pm.

Openings and Events in Los Feliz

David Alekhuogie: Gravity and Mariah Garnett: Trouble, Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery, 11am–4pm.

Openings and Events in Silver Lake

Slumpy Kev, Depop, 11am–7pm.

Openings and Events Downtown

Superfine! LA Art Fair, The Reef, 5–9pm.

SCREEN: MAP POINTZ, MOCA Grand Avenue, 7pm.

Openings and Events in Chinatown

Dorian Wood: Color From God-lung (Larkwat 00), Human Resources, 7–10pm.

Openings and Events in MacArthur Park

Community Guidelines, Lethal Amounts, 7–10pm.

Openings and Events in San Marino

Richtersveld Revisited: Winter-Growing Succulents, The Huntington, 2:30–3:30pm.

Openings and Events Beyond Los Angeles

Art Matters Lecture: Naoko Takahatake: Materials and Methods: Technical Study of Renaissance Chiaroscuro Woodcuts, Santa Barbara Museum of Art (Santa Barbara), 4:30–6pm.

Paul Brach Visiting Artist Lecture Series: Bill Arning, CalArts (Valencia), 5pm.

Live! at the Museum: Duo Gliss, Laguna Art Museum (Laguna Beach), 7pm.

Black Gallery Night, CalArts (Valencia), 7:30–11pm.

COUPLES, Long Beach City College (Long Beach), 8:30pm.

Modernism Week, various locations (Palm Springs). Until February 24.

Friday, February 15

Openings and Events in Venice

stARTup LA 2019, The Kinney Hotel, 2–10pm. $10. Through February 17.

Openings and Events in West Hollywood

Darren Goins: A Warm Screen, The Newsstand Project, 6–9pm.

Keltie Ferris: ̶R̶ ̶E̶ ̶L̶ ̶I̶ ̶E̶ ̶F̶, Morán Morán, 6–8pm.

Openings and Events in Beverly Hills

Andy Warhol, Casa Perfect, 10am–5pm. By appointment only.

Openings and Events in Hollywood

Scott Nathan: Confessional, RED Studios, 2–7pm. Through February 17.

Paul McCarthy & Damon McCarthy: CSSC and DADDA, The Montalbán Theater, 7–9pm.

Openings and Events on Miracle Mile

Special: Screening: Yugen, LACMA, 11am.

Performance: Jennie MaryTai Liu—Living Female Respondent or 53 Yakshi, LACMA, 5pm. Until February 16.

Talk: Michael Govan, Martha Fiennes, and Julian Sands in Conversation, LACMA, 6pm.

Openings and Events in Mid-City

AMALIA ULMAN: INTERNATIONAL INTRIGUE, MOTHER CULTURE, 12–6pm.

Mark A. Rodriguez, Park View / Paul Soto, 6–8pm.

Dianna Molzan, Kristina Kite Gallery, 6–8pm.

Lindsay August-Salazar: An Alphabet Expanding, Prince Hamburger, 9:30pm.

Openings and Events in Koreatown

PS: LA (Project Spaces, 12–6pm.

Openings and Events in Hollywood

Unfrozen, Substrate Gallery, 6–9pm.

Openings and Events Downtown

SPRING/BREAK Art Show, ROW DTLA, 2–5pm. $30. Through February 17.

Opening, Susanne Vielmetter Los Angeles Projects, 5–7pm.

Art Buzz: Maryam Jafri, ICA LA, 5:30pm.

Alteronce Gumby / Al Loving: Catching the Holy Ghost, Parrasch Heijnen Gallery, 6–8pm.

TRIBAL JUSTICE, Skid Row History Museum and Archive, 7pm.

Openings and Events in Chinatown

tell no lies / claim no easy victories, Human Resources, 7–10pm.

Openings and Events in MacArthur Park

Tierra sin males: Susan Kleinberg, CCCM Mexican Center for Culture and Cinematic Arts, 6pm.

Openings and Events in Frogtown

New Location, Redling Fine Art, 11am–5pm. Through February 17.

Openings and Events in San Marino

Chamber Music Concert: Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra, The Huntington, 7:30–8:30pm. $49.

Openings and Events in Pasadena

Hiroshima Mon Amour (1959, NR), Norton Simon Museum, 6pm.

Openings and Events Beyond Los Angeles

Art Palm Springs, Palm Springs Convention Center (Palm Springs), 11am–7pm. Through February 18.

Backhausdance With(in OCMA: Keeping), OCMA (Orange County), 7pm. Also February 16.

Saturday, February 16

Openings and Events in Venice

Amanda Ross-Ho and Mark Verabioff: Bury the Body, team (bungalow), 1pm.

Openings and Events in Santa Monica

ART + BRUNCH, Bergamot Station, 10am–12pm.

Clarissa Tossin, Maj Hasager and Stephanie Keitz: Doubts About Spaces, 2–4pm.

TG@M Opening Dinner, Michael’s, 7pm. $100.

Openings and Events in West L.A.

Huntz Liu Paper Cuts, Giant Robot 2 - GR2 Gallery, 6:30–10pm.

Openings and Events in Westwood

CONVERSATIONS: Ebony L. Haynes, Devin Troy Strother & Kandis Williams, Hammer Museum, 7:30pm.

Openings and Events in Brentwood

Drawing from Antiquity: Dynamic Line in Statue of a Crouching Venus, Getty Center, 11am–12:30pm.

Sounds of L.A.: LADAMA, Getty Center, 7pm. Continues February 17.

Openings and Events in Culver City

Lee Quiñones and Dan Cameron in Conversation, Charlie James Gallery, 2–4pm.

Portals & Mortals, West Los Angeles College, 3–5pm.

CHRIS ENGMAN: Refraction, Luis de Jesus, 6–9pm.

Bettina Hubby: Positively Earnest, Klowden Mann, 6–8pm.

Openings and Events in Beverly Hills

Allen Ruppersberg: What a Strange Day it Has Been, Marc Selwyn Fine Art.

Openings and Events in West Hollywood

Local: Gemini G.E.L. Collaborations with Los Angeles Artists, Gemini G.E.L., 11am–5:30pm.

Andy Warhol – Three Decades of Fame, Hamilton-Selway Fine Art, 12–5pm.

Three Star, Paris presents: The Artist is Everything, LEADAPRON, 12–5pm.

ROBERT GUNDERMAN | NEVER LET US GO, Desert Center, 4–7pm.

Frieze Week West Hollywood Nightcap, Louis Stern Fine Arts, 5–9pm.

Mattia Biagi: Metropolitan Sets, BADD HOUSE, 6–9pm.

SHELTER OR PLAYGROUND: The House of Dust, MAK Center, 2–7pm. Continues February 17.

Jimmy Wright: LA - NY 73 - 74 and Misha Kahn: Just Around the Bend, M+B, 6–9pm.

Openings and Events in Hollywood

Artist Talks, Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery, 1–2pm.

Deborah Adams, LIBERTINE, 6–9pm.

David Black: Landscapes, 6–9pm.

TMR 5 Year Anniversary Dinner, 6–10pm.

Korakrit Arunanondchai: Courtyard Screenings: With history in a room filled with people with funny names 4 and No History in a Room Filled with People with Funny Names 5, Various Small Fires, 6–7pm.

Openings and Events in West Adams

Mind Body Soul Artist Talk, Lowell Ryan Projects, 1:30pm.

Openings and Events in Inglewood

Artist Reception, royale projects, 10am–12pm.

Openings and Events on Miracle Mile

Special: Performance: Jennie MaryTai Liu—Living Female Respondent or 53 Yakshi, LACMA, 1pm.

ARTIST TALK: TRINIDAD / JOY STATION WITH BEATRIZ CORTEZ, Craft Contemporary, 2pm.

Openings and Events in Mid-City

Holding Court: Doreen St. Félix + Amandla Stenberg, Underground Museum, 3pm.

Flat Earth Society, Big Pictures Los Angeles, 7–11pm.

Openings and Events Downtown

MOCA Morning FRIEZE, The Geffen Contemporary at MOCA, 7am–12pm.

LeRoy Neiman: Working Lunch, Over the Influence, 11am–6pm.

PS: LA (Project Spaces, 12–6pm.

Ceci n'est pas un Bus Tour, 1pm. $250.

Dover Street Market Los Angeles Celebrates Frieze LA, Dover Street Market, 2–6:30pm.

Conversation with Jennifer Bolande and Mousse editor, Francesco Tenaglia and curator, Marie de Brugerolle, Pio Pico, 2pm.

Annie Leibovitz. The early years, 1970 – 1983 and Piero Manzoni. Materials of His Time, Hauser & Wirth, 3–6pm.

dress rehearsal, the void, 5–8pm.

Tim Hawkinson: New Works, DENK Gallery, 6–8pm.

Artworks, bitforms gallery LA, 6–9pm.

Lara Schnitger: VICTORY GARDEN, Grice Bench, 6–10pm.

Narrator | Now & Then, FATHOM, 7–11pm.

LA IS TRYING TO KILL ME, Think Tank Gallery, 7–11pm.

Sophie Jung, Dramatis Personae, JOAN, doors, 7pm; performance, 7:30pm. Also February 17.

The Soul Rebels, Ace Hotel, 8pm.

Pt. 7 reprise: american fine arts, an allegory for americas, BBQ, 8pm–12am.

Openings and Events in Chinatown

SYLVIE AUVRAY: COCONINO, South Willard, 3–5pm.

Artist Walkthrough: Derrick Maddox: Lucid within the Dream, Touch Yourself You are Breathing, 3pm.

A RAVE is a Rave is a rave, Human Resources, 10pm–4am.

Openings and Events in Frogtown

body out of time, Pieter, 8–10pm.

Openings and Events in Lincoln Heights

Krista Machovina: Near and Distant Shores, Keystone Art Space, 6–9pm.

Carolina Maki Kitagawa: Story’s End No. 1 // Continúa El Cuento Nº. 1, Eastside International, 7–10pm.

Openings and Events in Silver Lake

MATHIEU MALOEUF: #LUKETURNERISRETARDED, Jenny's, 6–9pm.

Openings and Events in Montecito Heights

KEATON MACON: RINGS, Queens LA, 7–10pm.

Openings and Events in San Marino

Family Drop-In Program - Garden Party, The Huntington, 1–2pm.

Openings and Events Beyond Los Angeles

Forsaken Utopias walk-through with Rodrigo Valenzuela, OCMA (Orange County), 2pm.

Albatross, Angels Gate Cultural Center (San Pedro), 5:30pm.

California Cool Art Auction 2019, Laguna Art Museum (Laguna Beach), 6–10pm.

Surreal Supper Club, Bombay Beach (Salton Sea), 4pm. $500 and up.

Sunday, February 17

Openings and Events in the Pacific Palisades

Beyond Death: Visualizing the Afterlife in the Ancient and Early Modern World, Getty Villa, 1–4pm.

Openings and Events in Westwood

Opening of Inheritance: Recent Video Art from Africa, Fowler Museum, 6–9pm.

Openings and Events in Bel Air

Whizin's Stand-Up Comedy Showcase with Monica Piper and Sue Kolinsky, American Jewish University, 4pm. $25.

Openings and Events in Beverly Hills

PS: LA (Project Spaces, 12–6pm.

Openings and Events in West Hollywood

Matt Hope, The Newsstand Project, 11am–1:30pm.

Openings and Events on Miracle Mile

Charles White: A Retrospective, LACMA, 10am–7pm.

Talk: Discussion: A Tribute to Charles White, LACMA, 1pm.

Openings and Events in Leimert Park

The World Stage x Compose LA, The World Stage, 3pm.

Artist in the World: LA Edition, South Bay Contemporary, SoLA Gallery, 6–9pm.

Openings and Events Downtown

Conversation: Sophie Jung, JOAN, 12pm.

CAAM Reads! The Bond: Three Young Men Learn to Forgive and Reconnect with Their Fathers, California African American Museum, 3–4:30pm.

Lucas Blalock in conversation with Jamillah James, ICA LA curator, ICA LA, 3–4pm.

The Fae Richards Photo Archive: A Panel with Garrett Bradley, Huey Copeland, Lanka Tattersall, and Rebecca Matalon, The Geffen Contemporary at MOCA, 3pm.

Openings and Events in Chinatown

Parergon: Japanese Art of the 1980s and 1990s, Nonaka-Hill, 3–6pm.

Openings and Events in Frogtown

Grantwriting for Performance: Miranda Wright and Rachel Scandling, Pieter, 1–3pm.

Rafa Esparza: Puente, The Bowtie Project, 3–5pm.

It’s Not Not Networking! An Anti-Valentine’s Matchmaking Soiree, Women’s Center for Creative Work, 3–8pm.

Openings and Events in Lincoln Heights

Grantwriting for Performers with Miranda Wright and Rachel Scandling, Pieter, 1–3pm. Continues February 24 and March 3. $75.

Openings and Events in Eagle Rock

Keith Tolch: bury the ground⁣, #B____, 3–6pm.

Openings and Events in Highland Park

Kara Joslyn: Dandy in the Underworld, Bozo Mag, 1–6pm.

Openings and Events Beyond Los Angeles

Armchair Travels: A Lecture by Nigel McGilchrist on Palmrya, Santa Barbara Museum of Art (Santa Barbara), 2–3:30pm.

Tuesday, February 19

Openings and Events in Westwood

UC REGENTS' LECTURE: ASTRA TAYLOR, UCLA, 6pm.

Openings and Events on Miracle Mile

Talk: Gallery Talk—Personal Connections, LACMA, 1pm.

Film: Zabriskie Point, LACMA, 1pm.

Talk: Hal Foster and Michael Govan on Richard Serra, LACMA, 7:30pm.

Openings and Events Downtown

PAM on Campus: The Triumph of Calligraphy over Typography, USC, 5pm.

Wednesday, February 20

Openings and Events in the Pacific Palisades

Silk, Spices, and Silver: Palmyra and the Ancient Luxury Trade, 7:30pm.

Openings and Events Downtown

PAM on Campus: Workshop on Early Modern Japanese Books, USC, 9am–12pm.

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