This Week's Must See Art Events in LA:
Kayla Ephros Zen Yenta at in lieu
Zen Yenta is a series of different rooms, all of your best friends finding time to unwind, and the curtain billowing in the breeze.
“if a stanza is a room then I’ll be the freelance temple designer for all the children with custom religions written out on sheets of notebook paper“
(Lincoln Heights, Thursday 7-9pm)
MOCA Music: Teebs, Milo, Josef Leimberg, and DJ Nobody MOCA x SPACELAND presents a free, Summer concert with live music by Teebs, Milo, Josef Leimberg, and DJ Nobody. Alongside the performance is regular museum programming featuring Arthur Jafa's Love Is The Message, The Message Is Death. RSVP
(Little Tokyo, Thursday 6:30-9:30pm)
Why Art Matters! at Torrance Art Museum
Why Art Matters! is Torrance Art Museum's response to the potential defunding of the National Endowment for the Arts. The Museum has invited leading curators from across Southern California to nominate artists that reflect upon the project.
(Torrance, Saturday 7pm)
Maysha Mohamedi and Ryan Fenchel A Material Lab Bites a Peculiar Personified Alchemy at Dalton Warehouse Each artist's personal components get discovered throughout the painting process. The affect of Mohamedi and Fenchel’s artwork provides a cerebral treasure trove that fills up both eyeballs and that viewers can take home and keep as their own secret.
(Downtown, Saturday 6-9pm)
Daniel Gibson Tryin' To Stay On The Bully and Group Show Friends, Do Not Fear at New Image Art Daniel Gibson's new series of large-scale sumi ink paintings on canvas in Gibson’s scruffy yet sensual figurative style are featured in the Project Room. Curated by Daniel Gibson, Friends, Do Not Fear is a group exhibition showing in the Main Gallery.
(West Hollywood, Saturday 7-9pm)
Hannah Plotke Motel Ukiah and Group ShowBAR OSLO at SADE In Motel Ukiah, Hannah Plotke presents a series of 6 diaristic paintings comprised of small tableaus from the artists chaotic and turbulent life spanning the past four years. BAR OSLO features eleven different artists in the project space.
(Lincoln Heights, Sunday 7-11pm)