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SATURDAY, JANUARY 5
Patrick Nickell: Letting Go
Rosamund Felsen Gallery (Santa Monica)
Opening reception for an exhibition of new works by Los Angeles-based sculptor Patrick Nickell. Letting Go is comprised of color saturated large tabletop sculptures. On view through February 2, 2013.
Cathy Daley: New Work
Edward Cella Art+Architecture (Miracle Mile)
Opening reception for a series of black oil pastel drawings of dresses and gestural silhouettes on vellum by artist Cathy Daley. On view through February 23, 2013.
Apples and 1:1
Steve Turner Contemporary (Miracle Mile)
Opening reception for two shows. Apples is an exhibition of fifteen collaborative, wall-mounted sculptures by Eben Goff and Rowan Wood. 1:1 includes new, computer generated works by Theo Michael, Jon Rafman, Travess Smalley, and Kate Steciw. On view through February 2, 2013.
Andrew DeGraff and Bennett Slater
Gallery 1988 Melrose (West Hollywood)
Opening reception for an exhibition by artists Andrew DeGraff & Bennett Slater. Slater debuts new pop culture influenced paintings while DeGraff shows new original pieces and prints from his movie-inspired map series. On view through January 28, 2012.
Akina Cox: When We Arrive at Home and Matt Wardell: Hair On My Tongue (No Seas Cabrón)
Commonwealth & Council (Rampart Village)
Opening reception for two exhibitions. Akina Cox’s When We Arrive at Home includes a new video work, Amazon Solitaire, and writings. Matt Wardell’s Hair On My Tongue (No Seas Cabrón) archives and surveys a collection of personal and collective images. Both shows on view through January 19, 2012.
Cathy Daley, Untitled, 2012. Oil pastel on Vellum, 36 x 86 in. Courtesy of Edward Cella Art+Architecture.