Medieval manuscripts, the affected chantry of a beautician and a night of storytelling. The advancing ceremony is affluent with things to do. Here are 10 exhibitions and contest to analysis out:
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“Outcasts: Prejudice and Persecution in the Medieval World,” at the Getty Museum. An exhibition of medieval manuscripts looks at how the illustrations featured on their pages about appear a ambit of era prejudices: adjoin women, Jews, Muslims, blacks, homosexuals, the poor and the ill, who were about depicted in alarming or cartoonish ways. Additionally included in the appearance are examples in which images were censored in the name of backroom or morality. This one looks fascinating. Through April 8. 1200 Getty Center Dr., Brentwood, Los Angeles, getty.edu.
“Pop-Up Magazine,” at the Theatre at the Ace Hotel. The storytelling event, organized by the acceptable association at California Sunday, is aback in boondocks with a agency that includes filmmaker Veena Rao, actor Aparna Nancherla and acknowledged columnist Sloane Crosley. The performances are never recorded, so if you’re gonna see it, you gotta be there. Monday at 7:30 p.m. 929 S. Broadway, burghal Los Angeles, popupmagazine.com.
“Harald Szeeman Grandfather: A Pioneer Like Us,” at the Institute of Abreast Art Los Angeles. In the 1970s, acclaimed babysitter Harald Szeeman organized the chantry calm and created by his grandfathering — a acclaimed beautician — into an accession that he staged in his home. The appearance at the ICA LA will amore a amusement of Szeeman’s appearance and abstracts from the Getty Research Institute, which holds the curator’s archive. Opens Sunday and runs through April 22. 1717 E. Seventh St., burghal Los Angeles, theicala.org.
Adler Guerrier, “Conditions and Forms for blck Longevity,” at California African American Museum. The Haitian artisan is the accountable of a abandoned exhibition at the building that explores the attributes of calm area and added alfresco spaces as mini-utopias. This activity looks at spaces in Miami and L.A. area atramentous activity takes abode in sheltered, adequate ways. Opens today and runs through Aug. 26. 600 Accompaniment Dr., Exposition Park, Los Angeles, caamuseum.org.
John Duncan at Nicodim. Aback Duncan lived in L.A. in the ’70s, he was accepted for staging accomplishments that were (to put it delicately) base and raw, such as cutting at a brace of accompany with a pistol loaded with blanks. Accession abominable activity circuitous a anatomy and a vasectomy. The appearance will accommodate an accession blue-blooded “Rage Room” that, with its blood-soaked walls and burst furniture, serves as accolade to, well, rage. Opens Saturday at 6 p.m. and runs through March 17. Biographer Catherine Wagley will advance a walk-through Saturday at 5 p.m. 571 S. Anderson St., Boyle Heights, Los Angeles, nicodimgallery.com.
“New Threads: Perspectives in Abreast Fiber Art,” at the Laband Art Gallery. A abreast bolt appearance appearance assignment by added than 15 artists — from the arena and the apple — all absorption on issues of technology, the anatomy and the reframing of acceptable forms in abreast ways. Through March 17. Loyola Marymount University, 1 LMU Dr., cfa.lmu.edu/labandgallery.
“Classic Photos of Los Angeles,” at Rose Gallery. This quick, three-day appearance brings calm a ambit of photography about L.A. — vintage, avant-garde and contemporary. A acceptable befalling to absorb in all address of work. Shooters accommodate Jo Ann Callis, Bruce Davidson and Graciela Iturbide. Opens Friday at 6 p.m. and runs through Sunday at 5 p.m. Bergamot Station, 2525 Michigan Ave., #G-5, Santa Monica, rosegallery.net.
Pascual Sisto, “Inside Out,” at Bristles Car Garage. The New York-based artisan and filmmaker takes over this barn arcade with a all-embracing four-channel video that additionally includes elements of audio and synchronized lighting. The images are aggressive by the affiliated attributes of web browsing, in which one angel or abstraction leads to the abutting and bottomward an amaranthine aerial hole. And they are harvested from a ambit of sources — including the internet and the artist’s own video archive. The assignment will advance over the advance of the exhibition, as new elements are added. Through March 17. The arcade is amid in a clandestine home in Santa Monica; accessible Thursdays 12 p.m. to 4 p.m. and Saturdays 2 p.m. to 4 p.m., email for directions, emmagrayhq.com.
Okwui Okpowasili, “Poor People’s TV Room,” at REDCAT. The Bessie Award-winning aerialist is aback in Los Angeles with a assignment that looks at issues of anamnesis and absent-mindedness in Nigerian women’s attrition movements of the accomplished century. Expect a arresting able achievement that incorporates theater, dance, video, argument and added elements. Nightly performances from Feb. 8 through Feb. 11. 631 W. Additional St., Los Angeles, redcat.org.
“In Conversation: Alma Allen & J.B. Blunk,” at the Palm Springs Art Museum. This exhibition puts calm the assignment of two key artists from two ancestors alive with accustomed abstracts such as stone, copse and metal. J.B. Blunk, who anesthetized abroad in 2002, began authoritative assignment in the ’60s aggressive by amoebic and animal forms. Allen, a abreast artist, absolutely analogously works in metal and copse and is aggressive by nature’s shapes and textures. Both accept created anatomic chantry (such as their homes) as able-bodied as sculptures that are alpha and abstract. Opens Saturday and runs through June 4. 300 S. Palm Canyon Dr., Palm Springs, psmuseum.org.
Gusmano Cesaretti, “Varrio,” at Little Big Man Gallery. The columnist spent abundant of the ’70s documenting the activity and mural of the Eastside of Los Angeles: car clubs, children, cholos, and the inhabited and arid $.25 of this burghal environment. The appearance includes abounding of his best atramentous and white prints, crafted on Japanese paper. Through Feb. 3. 1427 E. 4th St., Boyle Heights, Los Angeles, littlebigmangallery.com.
Laura Aguilar, “Show and Tell,” at the Vincent Price Art Museum. This is the aboriginal absolute attendant adherent to the Southern California photographer, who actual anomalous activity in Los Angeles, and additionally adherent a acceptable allocation of her accurate convenance to belly self-portraits she staged in the wilderness. These comedy with texture, form, anatomy angel and what it agency to be a woman. It’s a long-overdue attending at a atypical L.A. photographer. Through Feb. 10. 1301 Cesar Chavez Ave., Monterey Park, vincentpriceartmuseum.org.
“La Raza,” at the Autry Building of the American West. In its day, the civilian rights advertisement “La Raza,” which was based in Lincoln Heights, served as a bible for the Chicano movement, accoutrement protest, activity and accustomed activity for the Mexican American communities of Los Angeles. Over the years, the agenda accumulated an annal of 25,000 images, afresh digitized by the Chicano Studies Research Center. Abounding are now on appearance as allotment of this PST: LA/LA appearance at the Autry — and in a time of political affray surrounding the issues of civilian rights, this exhibition couldn’t be added timely. Additionally on appearance is Harry Gamboa Jr.’s accurate alternation “Chicano Macho Unbonded.” Through Feb 10. 4700 Western Ancestry Way, Griffith Park, Los Angeles, theautry.org.
Salomon Huerta, “Still Activity Painting,” at There There. A alternation of still lifes characterize items of aliment and a gun — the one that belonged to his father. They are attentive works that are additionally answerable with a blackmail of violence. Through Feb. 10. 4859 Fountain Ave., East Hollywood, there-there.co.
“Kukuli Velarde: Plunder Me Baby” at the American Building of Ceramic Art. The U.S.-based Peruvian artisan is accepted for address sculpture, aggressive by aboriginal ceramics, that use age-old symbols to abuse abreast ability and its prejudices. Through Feb. 11. 399 N. Garey Ave., Pomona, amoca.org.
“Names Printed in Black” at Los Angeles Abreast Exhibitions. A accumulation exhibition organized by Emily Butts looks at the way in which groups collectively bethink issues of violence, backroom and the media. This includes works and installations by Carmen Argote, Adriana Corral, Carlos Motta, Lisa C. Soto and Samira Yamin. Through Feb. 11. 6522 Hollywood Blvd., Hollywood, welcometolace.org.
“Finding Form” at the Getty Museum. An exhibition fatigued from the museum’s abiding accumulating looks at the agency in which artists band color, band and appearance to actualize likenesses of objects, bodies and landscape. The exhibition gathers works produced over three centuries, from the 1500s to the 1800s. Through Feb. 11, 1200 Getty Center Drive, Brentwood, Los Angeles, getty.edu.
Maya Gurantz, “Deipnophoroi,” at the Admirable Central Art Center. This video accession is aggressive by an age-old Greek ceremony accurate by the columnist Plutarch, in which a association would reenact a emblematic ritual of sending adolescent men to be fed as cede to the Minotaur. As allotment of it, women were accustomed to accompany aliment to abundance their accouchement as they faced abhorrent death. Gurantz has created a video diptych that reflects on the abstraction of a mother advancing her adolescent for “the unutterable.” Through Feb. 11. 125 N. Broadway, Santa Ana, grandcentralartcenter.com.
Karen Carson, Kim Dingle, Iva Guerguiva and Elisa Johns, “Shift,” at Denk Gallery. This accumulation exhibition brings calm paintings by a accumulation of key Los Angeles artists — including Carson, accepted for wry minimalist bolt works and her bold paintings of tractors, and Dingle, who has, in the past, reveled in the grotesqueries of little girls. All the artists will be presenting new works. Through Feb. 17. 749 E. Temple St., burghal Los Angeles, denkgallery.com.
Xylor Jane, “Magic Square for Earthlings,” at Parrasch Heijnen. The Continued Beach-born painter is accepted for address gridded, mathematics-inspired works that additionally accept a about aberrant texture. This is created by layering ink and oil aloft ceremony other, all of it on such a baby calibration that she has to abrasion a accumulative affectation aback she paints. Through Feb. 17. 1326 S. Boyle Ave., Boyle Heights, Los Angeles, parraschheijnen.com.
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Catherine Opie, “The Modernist,” at Regen Projects. In her ninth abandoned appearance at the gallery, the Los Angeles columnist is debuting her aboriginal film, “The Modernist,” which presents the adventure of an agitator bedeviled with torching L.A.’s best iconic Modernist architecture. Aggressive by the assignment of Chris Marker, who directed the abolitionist 1962 blur “La Jetée,” which consisted of a accurate arrangement of still images, Opie’s 22-minute blur is composed of added than 800 black-and-white images and stars Stosh, a acquaintance who has appeared in abounding of her photographs. Through Feb. 17. 6750 Santa Monica Blvd., Hollywood, regenprojects.com.
Matsumi Kanemitsu, “East/West,” at Louis Stern Fine Arts. Kanemitsu’s acclaimed activity took him amid Japan, the U.S. and Europe — and included aggregate from a assignment in a Apple War II bondage affected to a aeon spent belief with Fernand Leger. The appearance brings calm a alternation of works produced by this second-generation abstruse expressionist amid 1958 and 1975, including canvases saturated with carnal blush and authentic by aqueous brushstrokes. Through Feb. 17. 9002 Melrose Ave., West Hollywood, louissternfinearts.com.
Rachel Feinstein, “Secrets” and “Man Ray’s LA,” at Gagosian Gallery. The aboriginal of two shows at the arcade is by New York artisan Rachel Feinstein, accepted for agrarian carve that draw from the excesses of the baroque. Her appearance will accommodate a alternation of animal abstracts rendered hardly beyond than life, as able-bodied as paintings and wallpaper. In a abstracted arcade will be a appearance of photographs taken by the surrealist Man Ray amid 1940 and 1951 during his time in Los Angeles. Through Feb. 17. 456 N. Camden Dr., Beverly Hills, gagosian.com.
Georganne Deen, “Psychic Violence, in America,” and Matt Lifson, “How is your fever,” at CB1 Gallery. The arcade is blame off the year with its aboriginal abandoned exhibition adherent to L.A. artisan Matt Lifson, a painter whose assignment draws afflatus from blur and photography. Additionally on appearance will be an exhibition of paintings by Georganne Deen — her aboriginal at the gallery. The artisan creates works that agglutinate association portraits with barbaric accepted ability and critiques of laissez-faire capitalism. Through Feb. 17. 1923 S. Santa Fe Ave., burghal Los Angeles, cb1gallery.com.
“Superimposed: Esau McGhee & Michael Shaw,” at Eastside International. Artists Shaw and McGhee aggregation up for a two-person appearance that centers about both artists’ absorption in application elements of photography as agency of diplomacy images afar and afresh putting them aback calm in altered ways. Shaw’s pieces comedy with the cyanotype activity to actualize images that arm-twist architectural blueprints, while McGhee’s pieces collage images and textures from burghal environments. Through Feb. 17. 602 Moulton Ave., Brewery art antecedents complex, Los Angeles, eastsideinternational.com.
“Standing Rock: Art and Solidarity,” at the Autry. The Standing Rock beef in North Dakota admiring an aberrant beef that brought calm built-in and non-native cultures in a unified advanced adjoin the proposed Dakota Access pipeline. This exhibition gathers ephemera from that action, including affiche art, accouterment and photographs. Through Feb. 18. 4700 Western Ancestry Way, Griffith Park, Los Angeles, theautry.org.
“Secret Sister: Jessica Jackson Hutchins and Rebecca Morris,” and “Benjamin Weissman Ravi Jackson,” at the Pit. The Glendale hot atom is blame off the new year with a brace of new shows featuring pairs. This includes an exhibition by a brace of artists who are additionally constant friends: ceramicist Jessica Jackson Hutchins and Rebecca Morris, and the bond of Bejanmin Weissman and Ravi Jackson, which appearance a site-specific accession aggressive by drawing. Through Feb. 18. 918 Ruberta Ave., Glendale, the-pit.la.
Lezley Saar, “Salon des Refusés,” at California African American Museum. Painter Lezley Saar has continued explored account of marginality and the catholic in affectionate paintings that amore abstracts both absolute and invented. Her new abandoned appearance at CAAM gathers works from assorted alternation exploring the average spaces of gender, chase and the mind. Of accurate agenda is a ample corrective textile, which hangs on the bank like a majestic Victorian tapestry, and depicts a woman with albinism — a arresting amateur for the artist, who is allotment atramentous but looks white. Through Feb. 18. 600 Accompaniment Drive, Exposition Park, Los Angeles, caamuseum.org.
“Caravaggio: Masterpieces from the Galleria Borghese,” at the Getty Museum. A baby gem of a appearance appearance six works by the camp adept from the collections of the Galleria Borghese in Rome. This includes canvases of a carnal boy captivation a bassinet of clammy fruit, the anxious St. Jerome absent in angelic abstraction and, best dramatically, his aboriginal 17th aeon canvas of David address the arch of Goliath. The giant’s surprised-looking face was aggressive by the artist’s own features. Consider this a must-see. Through Feb. 18. 1200 Getty Center Dr., Brentwood, Los Angeles, getty.edu.
“A Universal History of Infamy,” at the Los Angeles County Building of Art. The latest in the PST: LA/LA alternation brings calm the assignment of 16 Latin American and U.S. Latino artists that claiming notions of region. Abounding of the artists don’t abide a distinct country — about activity aback and alternating amid assorted locations, cultures and ideas. The appearance includes accession and achievement by artists such as Brazilian Carla Zaccagnini, who is absent with history; Stefan Benchoam and Jessica Kairé, who administer an egg-shaped mini-museum in Guatemala; and Colombian Angeleno artisan Gala Porras-Kim, whose assignment about explores the agency in which ability is presented and interpreted. The appearance takes abode beyond assorted venues, including the BCAM galleries at LACMA and the museum’s exhibition amplitude at Charles White Elementary Academy abreast MacArthur Park. Through Feb. 19. 5905 Wilshire Blvd., Mid-Wilshire, Los Angeles, lacma.org.
Galeria Perdida, “Grief Will Be My Mirror,” at Mandujano Cell. The Mexican aggregate has created a sculptural accession that draws a affiliation amid Goth subculture and the artisan and filmmaker Piero Paolo Pasolini. Expect the carefully weird. Through Feb. 24. 171 N. La Brea Ave., Inglewood, mandujano-cell.com.
“Día de los Muertos: A Cultural Legacy, Past, Present & Future,” at Self Help Graphics & Art. A acclaimed exhibition looks aback at the celebrations for Day of the Dead organized by the association arts nonprofit aback 1972. This includes photography, actual prints and three distinctively commissioned altars from Ofelia Esparza, Marcus Kuiland-Nazario and Gerardo Yépiz (otherwise accepted as Acamonchi). Through Feb. 24. 1300 E. 1st St., Boyle Heights, Los Angeles, selfhelpgraphics.com.
“Future Feminine,” at Fahey/Klein. A accumulation exhibition brings calm a audibly changeable boring to the lens: a accumulation of adolescent changeable photographers exploring, gender, identity, female and added capacity in their work. Through Feb. 24. 148 N. La Brea, Hancock Park, Los Angeles, faheykleingallery.com.
Judith Linhares, “The Way She Goes to Town,” at Assorted Baby Fires. The Los Angeles artisan is accepted for her paintings of “unabashed” women — featuring afloat abstracts working, dancing and in repose, all rendered in ample brushstrokes and acerbic colors. Through Feb. 24. 812 N. Highland Ave., Hollywood, vsf.la.
Robb Putnam, “Interlopers,” at Walter Maciel Gallery. Putnam takes abstracts such as old parachutes, bead cloths, Army blankets and attache accoutrements and uses them to actualize an aesthetic accumulating of bear-like creatures that he suspends on the arcade walls. Through Feb. 24. 2642 S. La Cienega Blvd., Culver City, waltermacielgallery.com.
Ken Gonzales-Day, “Surface Tension: Murals, Signs, and Mark-Making in L.A.,” at the Skirball Cultural Center. This is a new alternation from the artisan accepted for conceptual photo projects that accept actual old blind copse and reimagined scenes of protest. For this PST: LA/LA exhibition he turns his absorption to murals and the agency in which they abide L.A.’s burghal landscape. Through Feb. 25. 2701 N. Sepulveda Blvd., Brentwood, skirball.org.
“Transpacific Borderlands: The Art of Japanese Diaspora in Lima, Los Angeles, Mexico Burghal and Sao Paulo,” at the Japanese American National Museum. This exhibition additionally examines the intricate attributes of Latin American character — which, in abounding nations, bears a audibly Japanese stamp. Expect assignment by artists of Japanese ancestry alive throughout the continent, whose art explores issues of homeland, chase and cosmopolitanism. Through Feb. 25. 100 N. Central Ave., Los Angeles, janm.org.
“Another Promised Land: Anita Brenner’s Mexico,” at the Skirball Cultural Center. Brenner was an American Jewish biographer who was associated with an important accomplice of 1920s Mexican modernists and was key to presenting Mexican art to audiences in the United States. The biographer was abutting with abstracts such as José Clemente Orozco, Frida Kahlo, Diego Rivera and Tina Modotti — and some of their art is featured in the show, forth with Brenner’s claimed effects. Through Feb. 25. 2701 N. Sepulveda Blvd., Brentwood, Los Angeles, skirball.org.
“Circles and Circuits: Chinese Caribbean Art,” at the Chinese American Building and the California African American Museum. Latin American character is about articular with the abstraction of the mestizo, the amalgam indigenous-Spanish ability that has predominated in ample genitalia of Latin America. But the Asian accession has been key to the development of culture, aliment and industry. This two-part exhibition looks at the Chinese attendance in countries on the Caribbean Sea, including Jamaica, Cuba, Panama and Trinidad and Tobago. At CAAM through Feb. 25. 600 Accompaniment Dr., Exposition Park, Los Angeles, caamuseum.org. At the Chinese American Building through March 11. 425 N. Los Angeles St., burghal Los Angeles, camla.org.
Hugo Crosthwaite, “In Memoriam Los Angeles,” at the Los Angeles Methodist Building of Amusing Justice. The acclaimed Tijuana painter, accepted for abstracted atramentous and white murals that seamlessly agglutinate slices of burghal activity with the hardly deranged and fantastical, is creating an improvisational mural that is aggressive by his observations of bodies in burghal Los Angeles. The mural is to be corrective alone during the aperture hours, during which time the accessible is arrive to bead in and observe. Afterwards commutual the work, Crosthwaite will afresh advance to obliterate the allotment by painting it out bit by bit. Through Feb. 25. La Plaza United Methodist Church, 115 Paseo de la Plaza, Los Angeles, museumofsocialjustice.org.
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“The Reformation: From the Word to the World,” at the Huntington. It is the 500th ceremony of the Protestant Reformation and this is the additional Los Angeles exhibition to analyze the bequest of that momentous religious and amusing shift. (The aboriginal was at the Los Angeles County Building of Art aftermost year.) Fatigued primarily from the backing of the Huntington’s collections, it appearance 50 attenuate books and manuscripts, as able-bodied as prints fabricated amid the 1400s and 1648 (the end of the Thirty Years War). Expect to see treasures by Albrecht Dürer as able-bodied as a real-deal apostolic allowance active by Pope Leo X in 1515 — a.k.a. the sorts of things you abstruse about in school. Through Feb. 26. 1151 Oxford Road, San Marino, huntington.org.
“¡Murales Rebeldes! L.A. Chicana/o Murals Under Siege,” at La Plaza. A actual exhibition looks at a history of Chicano muralism in Southern California through the works that accept been censored and destroyed. This includes affidavit of important works by iconic SoCal muralists such as Barbara Carrasco, Yreina D. Cervántez, Willie Herrón III (of Asco fame), Roberto Chavez and the aggregate accepted as the East Los Streetscapers (David Botello, Wayne Alaniz Healy and George Yepes). Through Feb. 27. 501 N. Main St., burghal Los Angeles, lapca.org.
“To Protect & Serve: Posters Protesting 50 Years of Badge Violence,” by the Center for the Abstraction of Political Graphics” at the Durón Arcade at SPARC. A bilingual exhibition organized by the Center for the Abstraction of Political Graphics brings calm 75 posters that accord with the affair of badge abandon in cities beyond the U.S., as able-bodied as in Mexico, Chile, Europe and Africa. Through March 2. 685 Venice Blvd., sparcinla.org and politicalgraphics.org.
William Powhida, “After ‘After the Contemporary,’” at Charlie James Gallery. For a contempo exhibition at the Aldrich Building in Connecticut, the New York-based artisan created a fabulous attending aback at our accepted moment — which he dubbed “the Contemporary” — from the angle of the year 2050. For this exhibition, he presents 120 fabulous Artforum ads that purportedly almanac the above aesthetic diplomacy of the alleged Contemporary. Expect to see selfie adventures such as the Building of Ice Cream and mega galleries such as Hauser & Wirth blithely eviscerated. Through March 3. 969 Chung King Rd. Chinatown, Los Angeles, cjamesgallery.com.
Alejandro Jodorowsky and Pascale Montandon-Jodorowsky, “pascALEjandro,” at Blum & Poe. This is the aboriginal above U.S. exhibition of assignment by the artistic pair: he, the acclaimed blur director; she, a adept painter. The appearance will brings calm their whimsical, about mystical collaborative illustrations, all produced over the aftermost brace of years. Through March 3. 2727 S. La Cienega Blvd., Culver City, blumandpoe.com.
Guadalupe Rosales with Eddie Ruvalcaba, “Endless Nights,” and Beatriz Cortez and Rafa Esparza, “Pasado Mañana,” at Commonwealth & Council. The Koreatown amplitude has a brace of awful arresting exhibitions. The first, organized by Rosales, brings to activity advancing projects such as @veteranas_and_rucas, which has served as a agenda annal of Latino affair crews of the ’90s. For the show, she has brought calm chantry in her accumulating with those of accession active collector, Ruvalcaba, whom she met as allotment of her project. Together, the brace will actualize an accession that serves as an evolving chantry to these affecting adolescence subcultures. In a abstracted space, Cortez and Esparza accept collaborated on a retro-futuristic accession — allotment spaceship, allotment adobe installation, allotment emblematic agronomical armpit — that will additionally amore the assignment of six arrive anomalous artists. Through March 3. 3006 W. 7th St., Ste. 220, Koreatown, Los Angeles, commonwealthandcouncil.com.
Alyse Emdur, “Skunks and Flowers,” at Odd Ark LA. The Los Angeles artisan takes ablaze attributes scenes aggressive by the clear assignment of Vera Neumann and inserts into their blissful bosom ambulant skunks that serve as a amateur for femininity’s darker, added abstruse side. Through March 4. 7101 Figueroa St., Unit E, Eagle Rock, oddarkla.com.
“Relational Undercurrents: Abreast Art of the Caribbean Archipelago,” at the Building of Latin American Art. Curated by Caribbean art academic Tatiana Flores, this above analysis of 21st aeon Caribbean art gathers a advanced ambit of assignment — performance, photography, painting — by added than 80 artists with roots in the region. Organized by affair rather than region, the appearance looks at capacity accepted to the assorted populations of the Caribbean: colonialism, chase and ethnicity, questions of history and identity, sovereignty, clearing and sustainability. A PST: LA/LA must-see. Through March 4. 628 Alamitos Ave., Continued Beach, molaa.org.
“Rembrandt: Prints ‘of a Accurate Spirit,’” at the Norton Simon Museum. The Dutch Golden Age painter is broadly acclaimed for his acutely animal portraits. But he was additionally a adept printer. And this exhibition brings calm elements of his clear assignment from the 1630s, the aeon in which he became a approved portraitist. This includes active brand scenes as able-bodied as amusing self-portraits — such as an angel in which the artisan depicts himself as a vagrant. In affiliation with the show, the building will be announcement Rembrandt’s acclaimed “Self Portrait at the Age of 34,” on accommodation from the National Arcade in London. Through March 5. 411 W. Colorado Blvd., Pasadena, nortonsimon.org.
Marty Schnapf, “Fissures in the Fold,” and Maria Lynch, “Black Over White,” at Wilding Cran Gallery. A brace of new shows includes an exhibition of new paintings by Schnapf, featuring his surreal and angled abstracts inhabiting and bottomward into landscapes of blush and shape, and Lynch’s new graphite-on-paper drawings, which about serve as starting credibility for ablaze paintings. Through March 10. 939 S. Santa Fe Ave., burghal Los Angeles, wildingcran.com.
Kota Ezawa, “The Crime of Art (Hollywood Edition),” at Christopher Grimes Gallery. The exhibition centers on a new multi-channel activated blur blue-blooded “The Crime of Art,” in which Ezawa re-creates scenes from acclaimed art break-in films, including “The Thomas Crown Affair” and “How to Steal a Million.” Additionally on appearance will be light-box works aggressive by baseborn works of art, such as Edvard Munch’s “The Scream” and Gustav Klimt’s “Portrait of Adele Bloch-Bauer.” Through March 10. 916 Colorado Ave., Santa Monica, cgrimes.com.
Liza Ryan, “Antarctica,” at Kayne Griffin Corcoran. Ryan has explored Antarctica on bottom and by kayak. And in this new alternation of works, she attempts to aback the continent’s subtleties and its amplitude in photographs assimilate which she traces elements of the mural with charcoal, ink and graphite — pictures that are taken as abundant as they are drawn. Through March 17. 1201 S. La Brea Ave., Mid-Wilshire, Los Angeles, kaynegriffincorcoran.com.
“Painted in Mexico, 1700-1790: Pinxit Mexici,” at the Los Angeles County Building of Art. This groundbreaking exhibition gathers added than 100 paintings created in Mexico over the advance of the 18th aeon — abounding on appearance for the aboriginal time. The exhibition, organized by LACMA and the Fomento Cultural Banamex in Mexico City, and allotment of PST: LA/LA, looks at the paths that Mexican painting was demography in the third aeon afterwards colonization — afflicted by across trade, but additionally developing a articulation of its own. The aeon saw a acceleration in the conception of mural-size works to adorn churches, as able-bodied as a benefaction in the region’s atypical casta paintings, which accurate the ancestral types of the booming colony. The works ambit from the pastoral to the wondrously bizarre. Don’t absence the abstruse emblematic canvas that shows the abstemious of America in the aggregation of age-old rulers Moctezuma and Atahualpa. Through March 18. 5905 Wilshire Blvd., Mid-Wilshire, Los Angeles, lacma.org.
Vija Celmins,” at Matthew Marks Gallery. This appearance gathers added than 20 works produced over the aftermost four years by the artist, as able-bodied as the aboriginal exhibition of Celmin’s new assignment in L.A. in added than 40 years. This includes a ample painting of a night sky in about-face — featuring aphotic stars on a ablaze sky — and a close-up painting of cracks on a bowl that becomes a arrangement of curve and color. Expect assignment that invites introspection. Through March 31. 1062 N. Orange Grove Ave., West Hollywood, matthewmarks.com.
“Found in Translation: Architectonics in California and Mexico,” at the Los Angeles County Building of Art. A groundbreaking architectonics exhibition looks at the credibility of affiliation in architectonics — architectural, fashion, clear and added — amid California and Mexico amid 1915 and 1985. It’s a absolute assay of how designers in the two locales accumulated bounded abstracts with an absorption in pre-Columbian and colonial design, as able-bodied as folk and ability traditions, to actualize atypical approaches to Modernism that additionally overlapped in endless ways. The exhibition includes a assorted ambit of objects, including dresses, political posters, architectural drawings, accoutrement and a show-stopping backward 19th aeon piano carved in a pre-Columbian style. Wowza! Through April 1. 5905 Wilshire Blvd., Mid-Wilshire, Los Angeles, lacma.org.
“Patrick Martinez: America is for Dreamers,” at the Vincent Price Art Museum. This is the artist’s aboriginal abandoned building exhibition in Los Angeles, a amount whose assignment examines the city’s mural (such as adhesive walls, bartering neon, artery signage) as abundant as the amusing armament that appearance it (inequity and badge violence). The show’s appellation toys with notions of the American dream, as able-bodied as the ambiguous cachet of recipients of Deferred Activity for Childhood Arrivals (known as DACA), the federal diplomacy that allows actionable immigrants brought to the U.S. as accouchement to abide in the country. Through April 7. East Los Angeles College, 1301 Cesar Chavez Ave., Monterey Park, vincentpriceartmuseum.org.
Skip Arnold, “Truffle Hunt,” at the Institute of Abreast Art Los Angeles. A video accession by Los Angeles-based Skip Arnold is centered on a blur that followed Arnold, forth with artists Jason Rhoades and Hans Weigand, on a adventure to Europe in chase of truffles. The appearance includes maps and added ephemera from their adventure — as able-bodied as truffles that were banned aback to L.A. by the artists. Through April 8. 1717 E. 7th St., burghal Los Angeles, theicala.org.
“Liquid Love,” at Gas. Parked alfresco of the Pit arcade in Glendale will be this ambulant arcade amplitude featuring a accumulation appearance that explores desire, adulation and amore — and the agency in which technology intersects with these needs. Artists included in the appearance will accommodate Cara Benedetto, Kathy Cho and Angelo Washko. Through April 14. 918 Ruberta Ave., Glendale, gas.gallery.
“Axé Bahia: The Power of Art in an Afro-Brazilian Metropolis,” at the Fowler Museum. Brazilian art has been well-represented throughout the Pacific Standard Time exhibitions about the region. This appearance looks accurately at what has been accident artistically in Bahia aback the 1940s, the burghal that represents the affection of Afro-Brazilian culture. This includes works by key Modernists, including Mário Cravo Neto and Rubem Valentim, as able-bodied as abreast abstracts such as as Caetano Dias and Ayrson Heráclito — all represented in added than 100 works of sculpture, painting, photography, video and installation. Through April 15. UCLA, 308 Charles E. Adolescent Drive North, Westwood, Los Angeles, fowler.ucla.edu.
“Cold War Spaces,” “The Russians” and “Vessel of Change” at the Wende Museum. The museum, an underrated Los Angeles gem attention the art and history of the Cold War, is adulatory a move to new address at the National Guard Armory in Culver City. The admirable reopening is apparent by the acceptance of three new exhibitions: “Cold War Spaces” looks at the architectonics of accessible and clandestine environments, borders and the chantry beatific into alien amplitude by the U.S. and the above U.S.S.R. “The Russians” is based on a 1970s photo activity by Nathaniel Farb that accurate a assorted arrangement of accustomed Russians, while “Vessel of Change” is a antic video allotment by Bill Ferehawk and David Hartwell that reinterprets the acclaimed Malta Summit amid George H.W. Bush and Mikhail Gorbachev in 1989. Through April 29. 10808 Culver Blvd. Culver City, wendemuseum.org.
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“Hammer Projects: Sam Falls” at the Bang Museum. For the Hammer’s latest antechamber project, the L.A.-based artisan catholic to all 19 National Forests in California. In these journeys, he aggregate samples of the state’s vegetation, including Ponderosa ache copse and California buckwheat. He afresh dusted the samples with pigment, employing them as stencils of sorts, to actualize silhouettes of important accompaniment flora. Through April 29. 10899 Wilshire Blvd., Westwood, Los Angeles, hammer.ucla.edu.
John Ford, Samuel Fuller, George Stevens, “Filming the Camps: From Hollywood to Nuremberg,” at the Los Angeles Building of the Holocaust. Organized by the Mémorial de la Shoah in Paris, this exhibition looks at the basic assignment done by three key American filmmakers during Apple War II. Ford, Fuller and Stevens, in the apply of the U.S. Armed Armament and the Secret Services, filmed key aspects of the war — including the liberation of the Nazi absorption camps. The appearance includes blur footage, claimed letters, important ephemera and added attenuate chantry and reflects on the way in which arena attestant to Nazi atrocities shaped the worldview of these important directors. There could not be a added appropriate moment for this exhibition. Through April 30. 100 S. Grove Dr., Fairfax District, Los Angeles, lamoth.org.
“Stories of About Everyone,” at the Bang Museum. In the age of hyper-conceptual art, the adventure about the art about resides beneath in the article than in the belief that are told about it: the babysitter talks and bank argument descriptions. This exhibition examines this actual abnormality — the analytical articulate history about generated by conceptual assignment and how those histories are anesthetized on. Should be actively brainy. Through May 6. 10899 Wilshire Blvd., Westwood, Los Angeles, hammer.ucla.edu.
“Melting Point: Movements in Abreast Clay,” at the Ability & Folk Art Museum. This is the museum’s aboriginal biennial adherent to clay, featuring assignment by about two dozen artists who are alive with the actual in avant-garde and abnormal ways. Through May 6. Artist-in-residence Wayne Perry will be on-site authoritative assignment on Sunday at 1 p.m. and afresh on March 25, additionally at 1 p.m. 5814 Wilshire Blvd., Mid-Wilshire, cafam.org.
“Robert Polidori: 20 Photographs of the Getty Museum, 1997” at the Getty Museum. The Getty has angry 20 (it can about drink!), and to mark the break the building is assuming a portfolio of works created by Polidori above-mentioned to the museum’s aperture in ’97. The photos, on appearance for the aboriginal time, bent the galleries in transition: art captivated in crates, sculptures off pedestals, $.25 of packing actual in adorning rooms. Through May 6. 1200 Getty Center Drive, Brentwood, Los Angeles, getty.edu.
Adrián Villar Rojas, “The Amphitheater of Disappearance,” at the Building of Abreast Art. The Argentine-born artist, accepted for installations that transform spaces — and about comedy on capacity of the apocalyptic — is demography over MOCA’s Little Tokyo amplitude with an accession that employs the architectonics and technologies of Hollywood appropriate accoutrement to actualize an ambiance that responds to a “post-human apple bedeviled by technology.” Through May 13. Geffen Contemporary, 152 N. Central Ave., burghal Los Angeles, moca.org.
“Muse: Mickalene Thomas,” and “tête-à-tête,” at Pomona College Building of Art. This appearance explores two aspects of Thomas’ work: the muses who accept aggressive her assignment and the artists with whom she finds kinship. The aboriginal allotment gathers the artist’s photography of herself, her mother, her accompany and lovers — images that affect and serve as the base of her work. The closing allotment appearance an accession curated by Thomas that appearance assignment by artists she finds inspiring, including abstracts such as Deana Lawson, Zanele Muholi and LaToya Ruby Frazier. Through May 13. 330 N. College Ave., Claremont, pomona.edu/museum.
“Unspeakable: Atlas, Kruger, Walker,” at the Bang Museum. The building has installed videos by three artists — Charles Atlas, Barbara Kruger and Kara Walker — accepted for the agency in which they apply art as amusing critique. This includes works that brainstorm on the attributes of life, generosity, the anatomy and violence. Through May 13. 10899 Wilshire Blvd., Westwood, Los Angeles, hammer.ucla.edu.
“Testament of the Spirit: Paintings by Eduardo Carrillo,” at the Pasadena Building of California Art. A abandoned exhibition adherent to the Los Angeles painter and drillmaster examines his bequest and work. The appearance includes the exhibition of a acclaimed mural, “Chicano History,” which Carrillo corrective with Sergio Hernandez, Ramses Noriega and Saul Solache, and which is on appearance for the aboriginal time aback 1991. The building has additionally apparent two added exhibitions: “The Feminine Sublime,” a accumulation appearance that takes account of the sublime, about depicted from a macho point of view, and gives it a absolutely feminine twist, as able-bodied as an accession by Ana Serrano, who is creating an immersive “garden” out of simple art abstracts such as cardboard, agenda and paint. Through June 3. 490 E. Union St., Pasadena, pmcaonline.org.
“Winds from Fusang: Mexico and China in the Twentieth Century,” at the USC Pacific Asia Museum. This is the aboriginal above exhibition to attending at a key trans-Pacific cross-pollination: the access of Mexican art on the development of art in China in the 20th century. This includes an assay of the aeon in the 1930s that Mexican artisan Miguel Covarrubias spent in Shanghai, and a attending at a consecutive era, from the 1950s to the ’70s, aback works by key Mexican artists were presented in China. The show, allotment of PST: LA/LA, is a admirable reopening for the building afterward a seismic retrofit. Through June 10. 46 N. Los Robles Ave., Pasadena, pacificasiamuseum.usc.edu.
“Gary Simmons: Fade to Black,” at the California African American Museum. In a antechamber accession — one that takes abounding advantage of its admeasurement and calibration — Simmons pays accolade to abandoned African American actors and films. On a atramentous background, the L.A. artisan appearance the titles and names of films and individuals important to the aboriginal canicule of Hollywood history, but abandoned over time. Through July 2018. 600 Accompaniment Drive, Exposition Park, Los Angeles, caamuseum.org.
Leopoldo Peña, “Pelotas Oaxaqueñas/Oaxacan Brawl Games,” at the Fowler Museum. For bristles years alpha in 2011, the L.A.-based painter has accurate the acceptable amateur played by California’s Oaxacan immigrant community. The amateur includes the centuries-old pelota mixteca (Mixtec-style ball) and alternative alleged pelota de esponja (sponge ball), both played with busy mitts that amalgamate aboriginal architectonics with abreast logos. The games, which about booty abode in abandoned lots about the San Fernando Valley, are fast-paced diplomacy that serve as important amusing gatherings. Through July 15. 308 Charles E. Adolescent Dr. N., Westwood, Los Angeles, fowler.ucla.edu.
“Artists of Color,” at the Underground Museum. As allotment of its advancing affiliation with the Building of Abreast Art, the Arlington Heights arts amplitude has put calm an exhibition that focuses on blush — on its aesthetics, as able-bodied as the roles blush can comedy as a symbol, affecting the way it’s perceived both socially and politically. The appearance includes works by an arrangement of artists, including Ellsworth Kelly, Dan Flavin, Lita Albuquerque, EJ Hill, Felix Gonzalez-Torres, Josef Albers, Carmen Herrera and Noah Davis (the backward architect of the Underground Museum). It’s a arresting attending at blush apparent anew. On abiding view; no closing date set. 3508 W. Washington Blvd., Arlington Heights, theunderground-museum.org.
“L.A. Communities Through the Eyes of Artists,” in the Passageway Arcade at Union Station. For 15 years, L.A.’s arch alternation base has been showcasing assignment that reveals the burghal through the eyes of its artists. This year, it is assuming a alternation of anew commissioned pieces — including Shizu Saldamando’s delineation of Little Tokyo, Sam Pace on Leimert Park and Artemio Rodriguez on East L.A. On abiding view; no closing date set. Union Station, 800 N. Alameda St., burghal Los Angeles, metro.net.
Alejandro G. Iñárritu, “Carne y Arena,” at LACMA. The arresting new basic absoluteness acquaintance by the Academy Award-winning administrator places the actor in the shoes of migrants authoritative the backbreaking expedition through the Sonoran arid to ability the United States. This may complete like the trivialization of what can be a baleful journey, but it is not. Iñárritu has advised all of the elements that beleaguer his basic absoluteness video to acculturate the adventure of clearing on the U.S.-Mexico border. I wrote about my acquaintance of the allotment in June. It’s not bargain (a $30 appropriate admission, in accession to approved building fees) but it’s account every penny. On abiding view; no closing date set. 5905 Wilshire Blvd., Mid-Wilshire, Los Angeles, lacma.org.
Daniel Hawkins, “Desert Lighthouse.” The Los Angeles-based artisan is bedeviled with address works that toy with account of grandiosity, abortion and gestures that bound on the Sisyphean. (One of his goals as an artisan is to ultimately body a calibration replica of Hoover Dam.) Now Hawkins has installed a 50-foot tall, absolutely activity alarm in the Mojave Arid in the around of Barstow. The allotment alike appearance a ablaze to adviser travelers through this asperous landscape. Admonition and coordinates can be begin on the website. On abiding view, Hinkley, Calif., desertlighthouse.org.
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