ForYourArt Curates Focused Itineraries for You Around Particular Themes And Interests.
This week, we’ve pulled Los Angeles exhibitions, programs, and events that are centered around group exhibitions. What are you interested in? Tell us! Email firstname.lastname@example.org with ideas.
SATURDAY, JULY 7
Fractured Fairy Tales
WWA Gallery (Culver City)
Opening reception for a group show featuring modern takes on classic fairy tales. Curated by Sandra Equihua and Drake Brodahl, Fractured Fairy Tales will feature animations and paintings by more than 32 artists including Roque Ballesteros, Brigette Barriger, Joey Chou, Sandra Equihua, and Joel Trussel. On view through August 11, 2012.
George Lawson Gallery (Culver City)
Opening reception for a group show featuring works that explore what happens when streams converge. Turbulence will feature paintings by Angela Baker, Sara Bright, Stephan Fritsh, Masaru Kurose, Erin Lawlor, Julia Schwartz, Marie Thibeault, and Catherine Tirr. On view through August 4, 2012.
We Can Pretend: Three Artists’ Takes on Hollywood Genre Film
JAUS (West LA)
Opening reception for an an exhibition and film screening featuring works by visual artists Kurt Forman, Julie Orser, and Judy Ross. Curated by Carrie Paterson, We Can Pretend explores the psychological environments that emerge from film genres including horror, mystery, drama, and thriller. On view through August 19, 2012.
SUNDAY, JULY 8
A Sunday Bore
Atwater Crossing (Atwater Village)
This afternoon event will feature works by artists Bobbi Woods, Emily Steinfeld, Patrick Hill, and Jan Tumlir. Musical selections will be based on the themes of lethargy, idleness, and boredom for a lazy Sunday.
TUESDAY, JULY 10
Mash-Up: Collage from 1930 to the Present
L&M Arts (Venice)
Opening reception for an exhibition featuring works by contemporary artists who incorporate collage into their works. Mash-Up will featuring pieces by artists including Paul McCarthy, Sterling Ruby, CK Wilde, and Romare Bearden. On view through August 31, 2012.
Catherine Tirr, Dreamnet, 2011, Acrylic on canvas, 60 x 84 inches