We have added more events for our update, but you can look forward to seeing additional events added for the latter half of the month on January 18 2017. Our vip receive updates early.
January 15, 2018:
Today is Martin Luther King Day…A wonderful day to give back to our community.
January 16, 2018:
Celebrate the art of Ed Moses AND the grand opening of Hal’s Playa Vista and LIFT SPACE tonight. Presented in partnership with the William Turner Gallery, the exhibition will feature new works by Ed Moses as well as a permanent installation of 5 screens in Hal’s Restaurant. Cocktails & hors d’oeuvres will be served. Art Party: 6-m; Hal’s Playa Vista, 12751 Millenium Drive, Playa Vista, 90094, Entrance at 145 Runway Drive; 310-751-6834; http://halsplayavista.com/
January 17, 2018:
Edward Cella Art & Architecture presents “Three Trophies, Some Cacti, & a Freezer” featuring new sculptures by Manny Krakowski. The exhibition includes new works from his series of glass sculptures and an analog based media installation, all shown for the first time. Also on view…New paintings by Patti Oleon. On view: February 24, 2018; Art Party: 6-8pm; Edward Cella Art + Architecture, 2754 S. La Cienega Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90034; https://edwardcella.com/
January 18, 2018
The Venice Art Crawl celebrates the new year with another art crawl featuring local artists. Art Party: 6pm-10pm; Various venues throughout Venice, 90291; See VAC website as well as the FB Event Page.
January 19, 2018
1301PE announces its fifth exhibition with Danish artist’ group SUPERFLEX entitled “Whatever Works.” On view; March 3, 2017; Art Party: 6-8pm; 1301PE, 6150 Wilshire Blvd., LA 90048; https://www.1301pe.com/
January 20, 2018:
As a participating gallery in the region-wide Getty Foundation endeavor, Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA, Jack Rutberg Fine Arts will present two exhibitions. “Rico Lebrun in Mexico” and “Francisco Zuniga: Sculpture & Drawings.”
“Rico Lebrun in Mexico,” focuses attention on the period when the renowned artist moved to San Miguel de Allende in 1952 to teach art at the Instituto Allende. There a new generation of Mexican artists was introduced to and inspired by Rico Lebrun, who distinguished himself not only as a painter and compelling draftsman, but also as a formidable muralist. Francisco Zuniga: Sculpture & Drawings” brings together selected works on paper and an exceptional breadth of sculpture in bronze, wood and stone, which masterfully portray Zuniga’s indigenous women as an elemental force. On view: March 17, 2018; Art Party: 6-9pm; Jack Rutberg Fine Arts, 357 N. La Brea Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90036; http://www.jackrutbergfinearts.com/
January 24, 2018:
LA Louver presents “ELEMENTAL.” The exhibition brings together sculptures by established and emerging artists, whose works focus on essential materiality and form. Featuring Peter Alexander, Carl Andre, Josh Callaghan, Richard Deacon, Toshikatsu Endo, Richard Long, Nathan Mabry, John McCracken, Richard Nonas, Yoko Ono, Adrian Paules, Fabrice Samyn, Peter Shelton, and John Zane Zappas. Also opening tonight…”Henri Matisse Works on Paper, 1913-1948.” On view: January 24 – March 3, 2018; Art Party: 6-8pm; L.A. Louver, 45 N Venice Blvd, Venice, California 90291; http://www.lalouver.com/
January 24, 2018:
In Long Beach…VICA will host a special RSVP-Only Evening Tour of “Art in Place.” for Los Angeles Art Association on Wednesday, January 24 from 7:30-8:30pm. Curated by Juri Koll, Director of ViCA (the Venice Institute of Contemporary Art), the show opened in 6 galleries at the Newberry Lofts in early November. Walk thru: 7:30-8:30pm; Newberry Lofts, 433 Pine Ave., Long Beach, California 90802, https://www.veniceica.org/
January 25, 2018:
Annenberg Beach House Gallery presents “Four Million Angels.” The group exhibition examines the people who fill the streets of Santa Monica on a sunny day. On View: January 18 – April 30, 2018; Art Party: 6-8pm; RSVP HERE. Annenberg Community Beach House, 415 Pacific Coast Hwy at Beach Coast Way, Santa Monica; See website.
January 27, 2018:
Ballon Rouge presents its third exhibition, Samuel Jablon’s “Doomed,” curated by Brigitte Mulholland.
Samuel Jablon, Fresh, 2017, Acrylic on canvas, 84 x 62 inches
This is the artist’s first show with Ballon Rouge, and his second solo exhibition in Los Angeles. On view: February 3, 2018; Art party: 6-8pm; 622 S Anderson St #108, (across the street from Nicodim Gallery) LA, 90023; https://www.ballonrougecollective.com/