Recommended openings to catch this weekend…

Recommended openings to catch this weekend…

Sat, June 28th 7-10:30PM
Black Maria Gallery
3137 Glendale Blvd, Los Angeles / 818.613.9090
“Modern Soil” new works from Brooks Salzwedel
(On view through July 26th)

Sat, June 28th 9PM-1AM ($8 admission / $5 as walking art)
Cannibal Flower Group Show & Performance
719 S. Spring St (inside Infusion Gallery) in downtown LA
Monthly group show & performance with featured artist Macsorro, live painting action, live bands, DJ sets and a huge group show with over 50 artists – always a good time!
(One-night only event)

Sat, June 28th 7-10PM
Corey Helford Gallery
8522 Washington Blvd in Culver City / 310.287.2340
“Natural History Museum Part 1” with Carlos Ramos
(On view through July 16th)

Sat, June 28th 5-7PM
Richard Heller Gallery
2525 Michigan Ave, Space B-5A at Bergamot Station in Santa Monica / 310.453.9191
“Drawn and Rendered” new works from Victoria Reynolds
(On view through July 26th)

Sat, June 28th 7-10PM
2895 Agoura Rd, Westlake Village, 91361 / 805.497.4717
“Lost x Tradition: A Lost / Graffiti In The City Of Angels” special exhibit from Eye One
(On view through July 26th)

Laguna Art Museum
307 Cliff Drive in Laguna Beach / 949.494.8971 (contact for hours & admission info)
“In The Land Of Retinal Delights: The Juxtapoz Factor” is an exhibition that presents the work of 150 artists and posits that there has been a huge, but unacknowledged art movement taking place in this country for the last 40 years. Since 1994, this ground swelling of lowbrow, surrealistic, pop, figurative, narrative work has coalesced and found a voice in the pages of Juxtapoz magazine published in San Francisco. This rag has become the most widely read art magazine in the US. It is an influencing force on the aspiring artists of Generation Y and the Millenials, who are now enrolling in art schools in numbers never seen before.
(On view through October 5th – do NOT miss this important show!!!)

Please know this is by no means a complete listing of all the art happenings in LA, nor do we try to attempt to be that, as there are great sources like the LA Weekly and many others for that. We strive to direct you towards exhibits that we plan to check out ourselves. Most shows we suggest fall within the realm commonly referred to as new contemporary, urban contemporary, lowbrow, pop surrealism, outsider, graffiti, etc. Enjoy!

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