Recommended openings for this coming weekend…

Fri, Feb. 26th 8-11PM
KNOWN Gallery
441 N. Fairfax Ave in Los Angeles
‘HAZE x Stussy’ featuring paintings, drawings and video from HAZE that helped to inspire Stussy’s latest collection with Cut Chemist on the 1’s and 2’s – the exhibition will include over 30 framed pieces of the original art created for the collection, a custom built display of the finished products, video installations, and a 16’ painted mural inside the gallery – the show will also be the first exhibition at the newly constructed Known Gallery, so be sure to come through as HAZE is a damn NYC legend  

Fri, Feb. 26th 6-9PM
Roberts and Tilton
5801 Washington Blvd in Culver City / 323.549.0223
‘The Seconds Pass’ featuring new photographs from Ed Templeton
(On view through April 3rd)  

Sat, Feb. 27th 7-11PM (invite only / must RSVP)
Exhibit-A Gallery
1086 South Fairfax Ave in Los Angeles
‘Daggers Rule’ group show featuring works created on Dagger denim vests from artists, skaters and daggers with DJ Keith Morris (Circle Jerks) – full details and RSVP info on their site  

Sat, Feb. 27th 7-11PM
Gallery Nucleus
210 E. Main St., in Alhambra
‘Curiouser and Curiouse: Inspired by Alice In Wonderland’ group show featuring works from KuKula, Amy Sol, Naoto Hattori, Chris Appelhans, and many more
(On view through March 29th)

Sat, Feb. 27th 6-10PM
Melt Gallery @ Meltdown Comics
7522 Sunset Blvd in Los Angeles
‘Night of the Nick-Nacks’ featuring works inspired by the movie ‘Return To Oz’ from the likes of Kelly Vivanco, Delphia, Nicole Bruckman, N.C. Winters, Walt Hall, Michael Pukac, Danni Shinya Lou, Ted Von Heiland, Anna Chang, Azikwe Andrews, Steven Weissman, Christopher Umana, Jennifer Tong, and many more
(On view through March 23rd)

Sat, Feb. 27th 7-11PM
2895 Agoura Road in Westlake Village
‘Sources Of Inspiration and Damnation’ featuring new works from Asylm and Ruets
(On view through April 11th)  

Mon, March 1st 4PM
Getty Center (Museum Lecture Hall)
1200 Getty Center Drive in Los Angeles
‘Hopper’s Silence’ – special screening of this remarkable portrait of the quiet artist Edward Hopper complete with a conversation with Getty Scholars Brian O’Doherty and Barbara Novak
(Free to public / reservations required – please note the Getty Center itself is closed on Monday with the exception of this special event – see site for full details)

Mon, March 1st 7PM (doors open at 6:30)
Goethe-Institute Los Angeles
5750 Wilshire Blvd, Suite 100 in Los Angeles / info 323.525.3388 / free parking in bldg after 6PM
‘Wholetrain’ west coast premiere – director Florian Gaag tells the story of a crew of four writers – David, Tino, Elyas, and Achim – who observe the hierarchies, the values, the rules and the codes of the graffiti scene in Germany

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