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January 21, 2021: The Broad, “Time Decorated: The Musical Influences of Jean-Michel Basquiat” 

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On January 21, 2021,The Broad launches “Time Decorated: The Musical Influences of Jean-Michel Basquiat,” a three-part video series dedicated to the famed New York City artist. The video series includes three segments, Jazz and Bebop, Punk and No Wave, and Bebop to Hip-Hop via Basquiat, where musicians, creatives and scholars discuss the impact of each music genre on Basquiat’s now iconic style. All three segments were filmed at The Broad, in newly installed Basquiat galleries displaying the museum’s uniquely deep representation of the

January 21, 2021: Building Bridges Art Exchange, Student Artists

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Building Bridges Art Exchange celebrates its anniversary on January 21, 2021. Join the virtual art party at 5pm for a opening reception featuring its Student Artist Open Call Entries. As part of the 15 Year Anniversary of Building Bridges Art Exchange, the gallery is pleased to announce its first International Student Artist Open Call for both high school and college students. First, second and third place winners will be announced at the opening reception. ZOOM Meeting ID: 946 5311 4876;

Running thru January 21, 2021: Cinelounge Drive-in

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Responding to the realities of the pandemic, Cinelounge has re-opened as an outdoor venue, a drive-in theatre in a lot adjacent to its original location, 1625 N. Las Palmas Blvd., Hollywood, CA 90028. Health and safety protocols will be strictly observed. Cinelounge’s famous ten luscious flavors of scrumptious gourmet popcorn will be available in sealed packaging. Cinelounge Drive has added a new movie this week….Promising Young Woman.  See the list of flicks sent by the theater below. Be sure to check the website for updates or changes.  January 4 through

Running thru January 21, 2020: Paramount Drive In Theatres 

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Paramount Drive In Theatres continue to offer top-notch flicks. Movies that are currently being screened are Wonder Woman 1984, The Marksman, Fatale, etc. Check the website for additional info and drive-in movies.  Paramount Drive In Theatres In compliance with State and County requirements, we have established the following safety guidelines to protect our staff and customers at the Paramount Drive-In. • Social Distancing of at least 6’ will be enforced. • The drive-In will operate at 50% capacity.

January 23, 2021: Track 16 Gallery, Galia Linn

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Track 16 presents the second solo show by Los Angeles-based artist Galia Linn in the exhibition, “Beauty Queen, Heartbreaker, High Maintenance.” The exhibition will run from January 23 to March 20, 2021. The exhibition features an installation of new sculptures and paintings created during this past year. Open to visitors by appointment. The gallery staff will be masked, distanced, and following safety protocols. The art of Galia Linn Galia Linn’s new body of work intimately addresses how tradition

January 23, 2021; M+B, Mariah Robertson

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M+B is pleased to present an exhibition of recent paintings by Mariah Robertson. On Saturday, January 23, the gallery will host an all-day opening reception from noon until 6 pm. See below for guidelines and more info. Appointments are mandatory. Shown for the first time on the West Coast, this exhibition features new hybrids in Mariah Robertson’s ongoing practice of using unique hand-cut masks, color filters, and controlled light exposure.  Exploring themes of representation, reproduction, and the subversion of tradition, Robertson

January 23, 2021: GBGLA, Raymond Logan

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GBGLA is pleased to present “Raymond Logan: Local Icons,” the gallery's second exhibition of works by the Los Angeles-based artist. The exhibition features the artist's new cityscape oil paintings and continues through February 20, 2021. Raymond Logan, Catalina Liquor, 2020, Oil on canvas, 36 x 36 inches Raymond Logan is painter of recognizable objects and places but adamantly not a realist. While his subject matter is wide ranging, he renders each with a deep reverence for its unique

January 23, 2021: Anat Ebgi, Robert Russell

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Anat Ebgi is pleased to announce “Teacups,” an exhibition of new paintings by Los Angeles artist Robert Russell. On view at 2660 S La Cienega Blvd, opening Saturday, January 23 and running through March 6, 2021. This is Russell’s third solo exhibition with the gallery. Robert Russell Teacup #8, 2020 Robert Russell consistently addresses ideas of memory, iconography, and mortality in a personal language that is attentive to beauty, the history of painting, and the role of photography. Best known for his photorealism, Russell’s latest

January 28, 2021: François Ghebaly, Jessie Makinson

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François Ghebaly is proud to present a solo exhibition of new paintings by London-based artist Jessie Makinson. Viewing is by appointment only. Makinson’s paintings are funhouse mirrors of historical and literary references, reflecting these allusions askew. There are 18th century brothel scenes and Georgian parlour games, ancient folklores and contemporary eco sci-fi. The titles of her works come from similarly diverse and diffuse sources; overheard snippets of conversation, quotes from cooking shows and 60s novels, anywhere really, and often taken

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