Recommended openings for this weekend (Jan. 14th/15th)

Will Cotton 'Cotton Candy Venus' - oil on linen - 72x96 inches - on view at Michael Kohn Gallery

Fri, Jan. 14th 7-10PM
C.A.V.E. Gallery
1108 Abbot Kinney Blvd in Venice / 310.428.6387
‘Paradox Shifts’ with featured artist Taka Sudo and a group show featuring works from Brian Robertson, Daryll Pierce, Eatcho, Euth, John Park, Megz Majewski, Jeannie Lynn Paske, and others + live painting from John Park and live DJ action
(On view through Feb. 5th)

Fri, Jan. 14th 6-8PM
Michael Kohn Gallery
8071 Beverly Blvd in Los Angeles
New works from Will Cotton
(On view through Feb. 26th)

Fri, Jan. 14th 7-10PM
THIS: Los Angeles
5906 North Figueroa Street in Los Angeles
‘Fierce’ featuring new works and an installation from Anthony Lister
(Special one-night only event)

Sat, Jan. 15th 1-3PM
Corey Helford Gallery
8522 Washington Blvd in Culver City / 310.287.2340
Signing event with Alex Pardee – bring your own merchandise or your recent free mini print you may have gotten at Alex’s opening reception

Sat, Jan. 15th 7-10PM
East First Gallery
1862 ½ East 1st Street in Boyle Heights/East LA
‘Looking Up’ featuring works from Mari Inukai, Dale Dreiling, Julian Borno, Jimmy Garcia and more

Sat, Jan. 15th 7-10PM
Gallery 1988 Venice
214 Pier Avenue in Santa Monica
‘Multiplayer’ – a video game themed poster show curated by OMG Posters – the grand opening of 1988’s new Venice location (that’s in Santa Monica so…)

Sat, Jan. 15th 6:30-10PM
2062 Sawtelle Blvd in Los Angeles / 310.445.9276
‘Other Places’ featuring new drawings from Ulises Alfonso Farinas
(On view through Feb. 3rd)

Sat, Jan. 15th 6-9PM
)( Hurley Space
1945 Placentia Ave. in Costa Mesa
‘Psych Optic Black Light Fuzz’ – a special exhibition from James Marshall (aka Dalek) along with a special musical performance by King Buzzo, Duane Denison, Steve Turner and Haze XXL

Sat, Jan. 15th 8-11PM
Known Gallery
441 North Fairfax Avenue in Los Angeles
‘Open Space’ featuring new photographic works from Keegan Gibbs along with installations from Sage Vaughn and Brendan Lynch
(On view through Feb. 5th)

NOTE: As always, please keep in mind this is by no means a complete listing of all the art happenings in the LA area. We strive to direct you towards exhibits and special events that we plan to check out ourselves. Most shows we suggest fall within the realm now commonly referred to as new contemporary (ie: lowbrow, pop surrealism, outsider, urban contemporary, street art, graffiti, etc.). Please know it is always best to contact the gallery directly or visit their website to confirm all listings and to ask about possible cover charges or other restrictions. Enjoy!

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