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Posted on: March 16th, 2012

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FRIDAY, MARCH 16

Rowan Wood: The Quadrant of Caricature
Steve Turner Contemporary (Mid-Wilshire)
6-8pm
An exhibition of new paintings created in the last two years by Rowan Wood. Wood’s paintings explore the nature of visual language, parsed into “signs” that communicate formal and connotative ideas.

Jon Jost: Chameleon
Echo Park Film Center (Echo Park)
8pm
South Korea-based filmmaker Jon Jost presents his 1978 film Chameleon,  a portrait of the Hollywood arts milieu of the late 70s, at this Los Angeles Filmforum event. On March 17, Jost will appear at Cinefamily with his other LA-based film Angel City, and on Sunday, March 18, he’ll appear at the Egyptian Theatre for the US premiere of his latest work, Swimming in Nebraska. Tickets available online.

Jamie Reid: Ragged Kingdom
Subliminal Projects (Echo Park)
8-11pm
Opening reception for British artist Jamie Reid. This exhibition brings together a variety of career-spanning materials —from the 1970s to the present— and includes original collages, drawings, paintings, prints, posters, and photographs. On view through April 14, 2012.

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Rowan Wood, Installation view, Steve Turner Contemporary, March 2012.