Recommended openings for this weekend

The work of Laurie Lipton - featured this Sat at the CSUF Grand Central Art Center

Sat, May 1st 7-10PM
Cal State Fullerton Grand Central Art Center
125 N. Broadway in Santa Ana (parking in 3rd St. Parking Structure)
‘Weapons Of Mass Delusions’ featuring new works from Laurie Lipton (work pictured above) + ‘Demoneater’ featuring new works from Christopher Ulrich
(Both exhibitions on view through June 13th)  

Sat, May 1st 6-9PM
110 E. Winston Street @ Main St in Los Angeles
‘Before the Revolution’ featuring new works from Gusmano Cesaretti
(On view through May 30th)

Sat, May 1st 6-9:30PM
De La Barracuda
7769 Melrose Ave in Los Angeles
‘May Day’ featuring new works from Shark Toof   

Sat, May 1st 8PM-12:30AM ($8 admission at the door)
Hive Gallery
729 S. Spring St in downtown Los Angeles
Monthly group show with featured artist Macsorro
(On view through end of May)  

Sat, May 1st 7-10PM ($150 at the door)
Santa Monica Museum of Art
2525 Michigan Ave, Space G1 in Bergamot Station in Santa Monica
‘Incognito’ – the legendary anonymous art sale and exhibition featuring original works by 500 contemporary artists – all works are 8×10” and are signed on the back with the artists identity revealed only after purchase – for full details and info on a special reduced rate for the 2nd chance sale on Sunday afternoon, be sure to check their site
To view all the artists:
Full details:  

Sun, May 2nd 7-11PM
6th Street Warehouse
1269 E. 6th Street in Los Angeles
‘OFF! Live LA Debut’ featuring an art installation from Raymond Pettibon – OFF! is Keith Morris, Dimitri Coats, Steven McDonald, and Mario Rubalcaba with DJs Keith Morris and Tony Alva also onhand – free event / all ages – fee beer (with ID) – presented by LA Weekly, RVCA, and Vans  

Upper Playground is presenting “Dirty Hands – The Art and Crimes of David Choe” to the general ticket buying public for the first time ever staring this Friday. It will be playing in Los Angeles at the Laemmle Sunset 5 Theater from April 30th – May 6th

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