In Santa Monica…haleARTS S P A C E (2443 Main St., Santa Monica, 90405) hosts a group show from 5-8pm; 310-314-8038
In Beverly Hills…
M+B is pleased to announce “Highlights,” Nathaniel Mary Quinn’s first solo exhibition with the gallery.
See image: Nathaniel Mary Quinn, Rosey, 2016, 12 x 11-1/2 inches, black charcoal, gouache, soft pastel, oil pastel,
oil paint, paint stick on vellum
Nathaniel Mary Quinn (b. 1977, Chicago) received his BFA from Wabash College and MFA from New York University. Solo exhibitions include Back and Forth at Rhona Hoffman Gallery, Chicago; Past/Present at Pace Gallery, London; and Hybrids at the Museum of Contemporary African Diasporan Arts, New York. Past group exhibitions include Unrealism, organized by Jeffrey Deitch and Larry Gagosian, Miami; AIM 23 at the Bronx Museum of the Arts, NY; Still/Moving: Photographs and Video Art from the DeWoody Collection, Norton Museum of Art, West Palm Beach; and presentations at Frieze London and Art Basel Miami Beach.
On view: May 13, 2016 – June 25, 2016
What: Opening reception
Where: M+B 612 North Almont Drive, LA 90069
When: 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Phone: 310 550 0050
In Hollywood…Regen Projects (6750 Santa Monica Blvd.), debuts “Elliott Hundley: There Is No More Firmament” from 6-8 pm
In Culver City…Blum & Poe (2727 S. La Cienega Blvd., LA 90034) debuts two new exhibition tonight from 6-8pm.
In West LA…
JAUS is pleased to present “Tigeraugen (Tiger Eye)” featuring new works by Martin Durazo and Kottie Paloma. Working in multiple approaches and platforms, Durazo’s and Paloma’s work is charged with sexuality, ironic machinations, and unapologetic bravado.
Martin Durazo. Illest. Mixed media collage. 28 x 20 inches.
Working in painting, drawing, collage and sculpture, the artists present art that works individually and in harmony to explore a theme of a beast prowling in search of prey. The prey in this case is the beauty contained in lurid social subcultures. Durazo and Paloma share a physicality and evidence of the hand-made when making work, and rely heavily upon the concept of detritus as an aesthetic. The result is a discovery of the poetic in the forsaken, music in the noise of life, and eternity in a moment.
Where: Jaus, 11851 La Grange Ave., LA 90025
When: 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm
Korean Cultural Center (5505 Wilshire Blvd.), hosts its KCCLA 22nd Annual Juried Art Exhibition from 6:30-9pm.