For their last installation, CamLab will use money as material in a hands-on group exchange. Longtime "economicalists," members of CamLab will facilitate the creation of a pop-up micro-economy. Visitors can participate or observe.
Urs Fischer's first exhibition with Gagosian Gallery will include sculptures and a series of large paintings. Fischer is known for his works that combine formal adventures in space, scale, and material with a mordant sense of humor.
For Daniel Arsham's first solo show, the artist continues his interest in manipulating architecture and challenging expectations of realities with three bodies of work that play with illusion and perception.
For the first of three MOCA events, CamLab will transform two adjoining spaces in the museum, encouraging visitors to oscillate between immersion and agency as they occupy the various perspectives proposed by the installation.
The second annual showcase of Los Angeles printmakers, dealers, galleries, and nonprofits focusing on trends in printmaking and publishing will take place this Saturday, and a variety of affordable prints will be available for purchase.
Liz Glynn's final work for "Engagement Party" will take the form of a seated dinner party. The dinner will incorporate imagery from 19th century anatomical theater to explore notions of desire and embodiment.
Lawrence Weschler, the biographer of Robert Irwin and David Hockney and former staff writer for the New Yorker, will discuss Uncanny Valley, his latest collection of political tragedies and cultural comedies.
Ulysses Jenkins' Black Gold Fever, a multi-media performance ritual utilizing video projections, dance, music and spoken word, is a reinvention of Columbus Day: a doggerel, which was originally performed at LACE in 1980.
The L.A. Times is joining with Taste of Beverly Hills' producers, Best Events, to create an experience that will include nine signature events across Los Angeles, from Beverly Hills to Hollywood to Downtown.
Join the Los Angeles Urban Rangers for an activity-filled hike to the Los Angeles River. Participants will journey through the riparian corridor of art, industry, and infrastructure to explore the past and future of the L.A. River.
Sex Objects to Fetish Girls is a selection of work from two of Eric Kroll's publications. Sex Objects documents his travels across America photographing and interviewing the women who worked in massage parlors, strip clubs, and sex joints.