July 1 – 31, 2019:
Celebrate ten years of the Kamikaze exhibits. Since PØST is currently nomadic, the exhibits will be hosted at MiM gallery. Each day of July will feature a new exhibition…yes there will be thirty-one different exhibits in July. Art Party: 7 – 9pm, one each night; MiM gallery, 4654 West Washington Blvd., LA, 90016; http://www.postlosangeles.org
July 23, 2019:
bG Gallery hosts an art party for a group show titled “Attack of the 50 Ft. Bohemian.” Artists include: Hillary Kaye, B. Meade, Dave Healey, Gerry Fialka, La.Marche. On view: July 23 – 27, 2019: Art party: 6-8pm; bG Gallery, 3009 Ocean Park Blvd., Santa Monica, 90405; http://www.santamonica.bgartdealings.com/
July 24, 2019:
FAB-gallery hosts a closing art party for “From Austria with Love” featuring artists Ernst Bachinger E.B., Mr. Chaos, and Claudia Leyerer. Find out more about this exhibition on the Event Feature. Art Party: 4:00 – 8:00pm; http://fab-gallery.com
July 25, 2019:
LAAA hosts a special Conversations with the Artists at Gallery 825. The art talk takes place in conjunction with “Applied Science,” an all media exploration of the intersection of science and contemporary art practice. Art talk: 7pm; Gallery 825, 825 N. La Cienega Blvd., LA, 90069; https://www.laaa.org/
July 26, 2019 :
Head to dnj Gallery to enjoy an intimate concert featuring the innovative Indian classical duo Sameer Gupta and Kamaljeet Ahluwalia at dnj Gallery in Santa Monica, co-hosted by LAHouseConcerts.
The exhibition “Collaboration” will be on view, and will serve as a backdrop. Find out more about this peformance on the Event Feature located on the Upcoming Page (under the Performances drop-down).Admission is $20 per person; CLICK HERE to purchase tickets; Event runs: 7:00pm – 9:30pm; dnj Gallery, 3015 Ocean Park Blvd., SM, 90405; http://www.dnjgallery.net
July 26, and 27, 2019
Chocolate and Art Show Los Angeles is back. Indulge yourself in some of LA’s finest up-and-coming artists, photographers and creators! There is something for every body including live body painting, vendors, live music, face-painting, and free chocolate! Part of the profit will be donate to its non-profit partner, “Artists For Trauma.” Find out more about this event on the Event Feature. Art Party: Friday July 26: 8pm-12am, Saturday, July 27: -7-1am; Admission runs $15-$20 per person; CLICK HERE to purchase tickets. This event will be held in Downtown Los Angeles at 2341 E. Olympic Blvd. LA, 90021; https://chocolateandartshow.com/
July 27, 2019:
Bergamot Station hosts its annual Summer Open House from 11am – 6pm. Many of the galleries will be open all day, but a few will host opening receptions starting at 4:00pm. Skidmore Contemporary Art (B-4) will be celebrating two new exhibitions…”Vanishing America,” features the art of Emile Dillon, and “Desert Garden” spotlights the paintings of Brighton Smith. Find out more on the Event Features (on the Upcoming Events Page).
Emile Dillon, Dunkin Donuts, Acrylic on canvas, 36″ x 48″ 2019
Also from 4-6pm…Lora Schlesinger Gallery (B5b) presents “Equilibrium,” Deborah Davidson’s first solo exhibition with the gallery featuring new paintings. “Sunsets, Surf Spots, and Small Disasters,” showcasing the art of Rashell George also opens tonight.
On view: July 27 – August 31, 2019;
July 27, 2019
In Santa Monica….stop into bG Gallery for the closing reception for the group show titled “Attack of the 50 Ft. Bohemian.” Artists include: Hillary Kaye, B. Meade, Dave Healey, Gerry Fialka, La. Marche. On view: July 23 – 27, 2019: Art party: 5-8pm; bG Gallery, 3009 Ocean Park Blvd., Santa Monica, CA 90405; http://www.santamonica.bgartdealings.com/
July 27, 2019:’
Downtown…”Future is Now” opens at Art Share L.A. Here is some info from the gallery: Time is a continuously moving construct, and with that movement comes great change. Whether we are headed for enlightenment and progress, or chaos and destruction, we move steadily forward along its mighty pull. Art Share LA’s “The Future is Now” poses the question: What then, does our future look like? Artists are encouraged to use their foresight to submit work that shows us a glimpse of our many possible futures. Will it be a warning? A call to action? A celebration of ingenuity? The choice is yours, show us what the future for you, Los Angeles, or the world holds. On view: July 26 – September 1, 2019; Art Party: 7-10pm; Art Share LA, 801 E 4th Pl Los Angeles CA 90013; See FB Event Page. https://artsharela.org/
July 27, 2019:
In Hollywood…Ethos Contemporary hosts a second reception for a group show titled “UTOPIA.” Artists include: JT Burke, David Krovblit, Gerrie Lewis, Luke Reichle, Toni Martin, Not.Travis, Orlando Agudelo-Botero, Ed Dean, Michael Shewmaker, MRSN, Pierre H Matisse, Kevork Cholakian, Nora Novak, Georgeana Ireland, Carlie Straka, Dakota Pratt, Marton Varo, Ning Zhou, and Dodge Williams.
On view: July 20 – 27, 2019, by appointment (949) 791-8917; Art Party: 7pm – 10pm; Pop-up space, 1233 N. Highland Avenue, Hollywood, 90028; https://www.ethoscontemporaryla.com
July 27, 2019:
Moby Arts partnering gallery FATHOM presents “FATHOM Punk: A Culture of Attitude.” Curated by Billy Morrison, the group exhibition features a photographic exploration of the US Punk scene as it emerged from small clubs in New York and Los Angeles, and grew into a major force in the music industry, filling massive stadium concerts and influencing pop culture worldwide. Artists include: Jenny Lens, Jenny Lens, Jeffrey Mayer, and Richard E. Aaron. For more info or to RSVP for this FREE event, CLICK HERE; Art Party: 7-11pm; Fathom, 12227 Wilshire Boulevard, LA, 90025; https://www.fathom.gallery/ https://www.mobyarts.com
July 27, 2019:
Head to Chinatown for several art parties….
From 6:00pm to 9:00pm
Tierra Del Sol Gallery (945 Chung King Road, LA, 90012): Grand opening,” Evan Hynes: Rebel Alliance” – for more info see the Event Feature (on the Upcoming Event Page).
Lisa Derrick Fine Arts (961 Chung King Road) “Thank You Enjoy” by Katie Salisbury
Charlie James Gallery (969 Chung King Road) “Dane Johnson: House Party 2,” and “Dreaming of a…,” a group exhibition curated by Sagi Refael.
Coagula (974 Chung King Road) New paintings by West Coast artist Christian Spruell.
There will be others open as well…but the above are confirmed.
July 28, 2019:
Desert Center presents “The Shop.” This is an homage to Tracey Emin and Sarah Lucas’s iconic East London project space for six months in 1993 when they opened a temporary gallery, social space, and market, and marketing device called The Shop on Bethnal Green Road. Event runs: 11am-6pm; 8281 Melrose Avenue, LA;
July 29, 2019:
Downtown LA…Monday Evening Concerts joins Hauser & Wirth to present a concert of three existential visionaries of the Germanic classical music tradition: Richard Wagner, Arnold Schoenberg and Helmut Lachenmann. Each performance is a response to Guillermo Kuitca’s long-standing engagement withliterature and philosophical thought, bridging degrees of abstraction between painting and sound. Admission is $20 per person. CLICK HERE to purchase tickets; Event runs: 7:00pm-10:30pm; Hauser & Wirth, 901 East 3rd Street, LA, 90013; https://www.hauserwirth.com
July 31, 2019:
LA Louver hosts a screening of Terry Allen, Everything for All Reasons. The unreleased full length documentary showcases Terry Allen’s life, art and music.
Space is limited, RSVP to this Free event – RSVP@LALouver.com – Screening begins 7pm; LA Louver, 45 North Venice Blvd., Venice 90291; http://lalouver.com/
July 31, 2019:
18th Street Arts Center celebrates the opening of its new airport campus. There will be Land Acknowledgment Ceremony with Tongva Elder Julia Bogany at 7 PM. She will be joined by singers AnMarie Mendoza, Kelly Caballero, and Jesse Calderon. California artists Postcommodity (Kade L. Twist and Cristóbal Martínez) and Guillermo Galindo will perform a new composition performed live and with participants at 8pm. A Sound Performance with Postcommodity (Kade L. Twist and Cristóbal Martínez) and Guillermo Galindo. RSVP HERE for the FREE event. Art Party: 7 – 10pm; 3026 Airport Avenue, Santa Monica, CA, 90401; https://18thstreet.org/