Recommended openings for this weekend

Amy Sol - showing this Sat at Corey Helford Gallery

Sat, Oct. 23rd 7-10PM
Corey Helford Gallery
8522 Washington Blvd in Culver City / 310.287.2340
‘Birdsong and Machine Sounds’ featuring new works from Chloe Early + ‘Dear Milky Way’ featuring new works from Amy Sol in the loft
www.coreyhelfordgallery.com

Sat, Oct. 23rd 7-10PM + Sun, Oct. 24th 11AM-6PM
Gallery 1988 Los Angeles
7020 Melrose Ave in Los Angeles / 323.937.7088
TrustoCorp ‘New Americana’ featuring new paintings, sculptures and interactive art installations including carnival games and a very special collaboration with Klipsch speakers and DJ Fred Wreck of The Dogg Pound
(Special 2-day only show)
www.nineteeneightyeight.com

Sat, Oct. 23rd
Hammer Museum
10899 Wilshire Blvd in Los Angeles, CA 90024
My Barbarian’s ‘The Night Epi$ode’ – in this six-part video installation, the performers explore the economic recession through tropesscience fiction. Inspired by television shows including Rod Serling’s Night Gallery, the narrative involves a romance between a woman and a supernatural being; the former recovers from losing her job while the latter consults witch doctors when his insurance won’t cover his medical condition.Incorporating French existentialism and absurdist dialogue, My Barbarian presents an oft-studied political fault with a novel perspective
(On view through Jan. 23rd, 2011)
http://hammer.ucla.edu/

Sat, Oct. 23rd 5-8PM
Hyaena Gallery
1928 W. Olive Ave in Burbank / 818.972.2448
New works from Matt Dukes Jordan plus Matt will be signing copies of his book ‘Weirdo Noir’ that was just released
www.hyaenagallery.com

Sat, Oct. 23rd 8-11PM
Known Gallery
441 North Fairfax Avenue in Los Angeles
‘Divided Attention’ featuring new works from Push
(On view through Nov. 13th)
www.knowngallery.com

One-Night Only: Saturday, October 23rd 8-11 PM
Art Center College of Design
South Campus Gallery / 950 S Raymond Ave in Pasadena
‘The Mini Show’ benefits the Mini Lai Scholarship Fund which honors the memory of Art Center alum Mini Lai who achieved her dream of becoming an illustrator despite a congenital heart defect. The Fund awards a $1,500 scholarship to an Art Center student annually to assist in their education and development. The show features artwork priced at $300 or under from a vast array of artists including the likes of: Calef Brown, Chris Chanaud, Sean Chao, Rob & Chris Clayton, Tavis Coburn, Brian Damitz, Jesse Fillingham, Shannon Freshwater, Alex Gross, Andrew Hem, Pamela Henderson, Jason Holley, Tina Hou, Julienne Hsu, Brooke Kent, Tasha Kusama, Julie Lee, Annie Liu, Ronald J. Llanos, Tami Lovett, Tara McPherson, Ming Ong, Martha Rich, Zoro Rodriguez, Mark Ryden, Jim Salvati, Corey Sandelius, Diana Shin, Daniaelle Simonsen, Aaron Smith, Ryan Jacob Smith, Hella Song, Akiko Stehrenberger, Roland Tamayo, Mark Todd, Eli Trinh, Ed Ushiro, Michael Valle, Cathy Wang, Tianyi Wang, Patrick Williams, Jaime Zollars and more + DJ action from Mr. Numberonederful and more – don’t miss this special event!
http://minilai.com/

Sat, Oct. 23rd 7-11PM
New Image Art Gallery
7908 Santa Monica Blvd. in West Hollywood / 323.654.2192
‘Menage a trois’ featuring new works from Steve Olson, CR Stecyk III, and Susanne Melanie Berry
www.newimageartgallery.com

* Please note this Saturday, Oct 23rd from 1-6PM is your last chance to view ‘The Dirtyland’ from Brian M. Viveros at Thinkspace – don’t miss your last chance to see this awesome exhibition!

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