LAST CHANCE

Here is a list of shows closing THIS WEEK To browse ForYourArt’s select events and openings this week, check out PLAN ForYourArt To see what else is going on this week, check out The Long List Check out L.A. artists in N.Y: #LAinNY CULVER CITY NOSÉGO through July 29 DREW LESHKO: The Only Constant through July 29 Thinkspace 6009 Washington Blvd. Culver

MAP ForYourArt

After a 5 year hiatus spurred by the ubiquity of online information, MAP ForYourArt, the definitive printed guide to Los Angeles’s diverse art scene, is back. A curated directory of more than 150 art spaces around L.A., indexed by neighborhood, MAP ForYourArt is a complimentary publication available for free all weekend at the fair and

The Extreme Present: Los Angeles

ForYourArt & the City of West Hollywood present The Extreme Present: Los Angeles Shumon Basar, Douglas Coupland, and Hans Ulrich Obrist with guests including Miranda July and David Lynch plus Patrick Belaga and Amalia Ulman West Hollywood City Council Chambers 625 N San Vicente Blvd, West Hollywood, CA 90069 Friday, August 14th at 7pm Live streaming

Win a Pair of Tickets for YOKO ONO MORNING PEACE 2015 at the Getty

MoMA and Yoko Ono have invited museums in 7 major cities around the globe, including the Getty, to participate in staging this multi-time zone sunrise gathering on Sunday, June 21 at 5:30am for YOKO ONO MORNING PEACE 2015, an event designed by Yoko Ono based on her 1964 performance Morning Piece. While the Getty’s event is invitation-only, ForYourArt is giving away a

On View: BH/WeHo/Mid-City

Here is a list of shows and exhibitions to check out while you’re in BH/WeHo/Mid-City To browse special events and openings this week, check out PLAN ForYourArt To see what else is going on this week, check out The Long List Check out L.A. artists in N.Y: #LAinNY Pangaea: New Art from Africa and Latin America from the Saatchi Gallery

On View: Culver City

Here is a list of shows and exhibitions to check out while you’re in Culver City To browse special events and openings this week, check out PLAN ForYourArt To see what else is going on this week, check out The Long List Check out L.A. artists in N.Y: #LAinNY NOSÉGO through July 29 DREW LESHKO: The Only Constant through July 29 Thinkspace 6009 Washington

On View: Downtown

Here is a list of shows to check out while you’re in Downtown To browse special events and openings this week, check out PLAN ForYourArt To see what else is going on this week, check out The Long List Check out L.A. artists in N.Y: #LAinNY Alex Klein: NEW LIES FOR OLD through July 29 Grice Bench

Spring 2017 Galas and Fundraisers

Image courtesy of Thomas Hammer and UNICEF. For patrons, here is a list of ticketed events we think you should know about that help to support art and artists in Los Angeles.  Wednesday, April 12 Anniversary Party  JOAN (Mid-City), 8–11pm. $75. Tonight’s party features performances and refreshments, as well as an auction featuring work by Brian Bress, Jacob

A Hollywood Walk of Art: The Awards Shows

A Hollywood Walk of Art February 28, 2015 – 11am to 6pm Your special invitation to experience art in the Media District on the heels of Hollywood awards shows, featuring a site-specific performance and more. For Immediate Release (February 17, 2015): ForYourArt is pleased to announce A Hollywood Walk of Art: The Awards Shows, the first

Artist Books and Cookies: Celebrating LA

Artist Books and Cookies: Celebrating LA Democracy Forum of the Japanese American National Museum (Downtown) 1:30-3:30pm As part of Printed Matter’s LA Art Book Fair, artists and attendees are invited to celebrate the great artist book tradition of John Baldessari and Edward Ruscha by bringing a book they’ve made, or a favorite artist book for

Artist Books & Cookies III

Launched in 2012 by ForYourArt with Fundación Alumnos47 as an event series devoted to artist books, Artist Books and Cookies continues with activities at the LA Art Book Fair and Art Los Angeles Contemporary. Through these activities and conversations, Artist Books and Cookies provides a platform to discuss the medium of artist books within today’s

Christopher Grimes Gallery

  Address: 916 Colorado Ave., Santa Monica, CA 90401 Phone: 310-587-3373 Email: gallery@cgrimes.com Website: cgrimes.com Social Media: Facebook Hours: Monday: Closed Tuesday: 9:30-5:30pm Wednesday: 9:30-5:30pm Thursday: 9:30-5:30pm Friday: 9:30-5:30pm Saturday: 9:30-5:30pm Sunday: Closed About: Founded in 1979, Christopher Grimes Gallery presents a diverse program of contemporary art in a variety of media including painting, photography,

PARTICIPATE Actively take part in a project by sharing your ideas and opinions, joining the discussion, submitting material, or creating a work of art. What is Art? “What is Art?” If that question had an easy answer, the world would be a much less interesting place. The London ICA developed this interactive platform to explore art’s ever-changing

ARTIST CALL Browse opportunities to submit your work and information grants and exhibitions you can apply for. Artists Engaging in Social Change The Surdna Foundation, fostering sustainable communities in the United States, is now accepting proposals created by individual artists, culture bearers and nonprofit arts organizations. If awarded, funds will support projects developed in response to

LEARN Find out more about contemporary art and art history, and develop your own approach to these subjects. Artists at Work: Wu Tsang Probably best known for his 2012 documentary film, Wildness, that explores the intersection of different subcultures in Los Angeles, Wu Tsang is a recognized performance, video, and installation artist. Read Los Angeles writer

Guide ForYourArt L.A.: September 25 – October 1

Art openings and events this week. Click here for L.A. artists in N.Y. Barbara Probst, Exposure #109: Munich studio, 09.19.13, 5:31 p.m., 2013, Ultrachrome ink on cotton paper2 parts, 24 x 24 inches each, courtesy of the artist, Murray Guy, New York, and Park View, Los Angeles Thursday, September 25 Glen E. Friedman: My Rules Book

Guide ForYourArt L.A.: September 18-23

Art openings and events this week. Click here for L.A. artists in N.Y. Elana Mann, One Way or Another, 2011, Cut photographic collage, image courtesy of the artist and Edward Cella Art & Architecture Thursday, September 18 Smile Isle, Daniel Rolnik Gallery (Santa Monica), 6-10pm. More info here. Conversation Evening: Frederick Hammersley – Organics and Cut-ups, 1963-1965, LA

Gift Shop: What To Buy

FOR THE COLLECTOR (of all things) Gifts for the ones in your life who invest in anything and everything they like. Liz Craft: Mini Hairy Guys (2013) $300.00 from Artspace (for the ever-growing curiosity cabinet)

Gift Shop: What To Buy

FOR YOURSELF Treat yourself to something that you find enchanting, that will brighten your day, or enhance your attire or accessories. Yoko Ono: 24 Language Button Pack, IMAGINE PEACE $20.00 from Art Markit (for the hippie) Meow Meow Tweet: Eucalyptus Lemon Candle $26.00 from Otherwild Goods & Services (for a better atmosphere) Merideth Hillbrand: Eye Pillows $30.00 from Ooga

Gift Shop: What To Buy

FOR THE DIGITAL NUT Great gifts to send to those interested in the crossroads between digital technology and art display, both in physical, tangible form and online. Jenny Holzer: One-Liner (2012) $91.00 from s[edition] Art (for smart phones, tablets, and connected TVs)