The Long List The Long List: January 21–27 ( Jan 21, 2021 )

Thursday, January 21

Openings and Events in Inglewood

Elmer Guevara: Mi Orgullo, Residency Art Gallery, through March 6.

Openings and Events Online

Artificial Lives: Virtual Conference, The Huntington, 8am.

Time Decorated: The Musical Influences of Jean-Michel Basquiat, Part 1, The Broad, 9am.

It Takes More Than a Village to Make a Cup of Coffee, American Jewish University, 12pm.

In Absentia: Reflections on the Pandemic, MOCA, 4pm.

Unmoored Gardens: Shifting Cultural Spaces in Late Imperial China, The Huntington, 4pm.

In Conversation: Catherine McKinley and Edwidge Danticat, California African American Museum, 5pm.

South Asian Writers Resist, Beyond Baroque, 6pm.

AALTO, Orange County Museum of Art, through January 24.

Friday, January 22

Openings and Events in Mid-City

Kathy Butterly: Yellow Haze, Shoshana Wayne Gallery, through April 3.

Openings and Events Downtown

A Quiet Scene, The Music Center, through February 21.

Openings and Events Online

Engaging Lived Religion: Crafting Cartographies - Mapping LA, Fowler Museum, 4pm.

Art and Shutdown (via Zoom), Santa Barbara Museum of Art (Santa Barbara), 5pm.

Behind the Mask and Borderline, Angels Gate Cultural Center (San Pedro), 6:30pm.

Saturday, January 23

Openings and Events in Culver City

Raymond Logan: Local Icons, George Billis Gallery LA, through February 20.

Paul Mogensen and Robert Colescott, Blum & Poe, through March 6.

Robert Russell: Teacups, Anat Ebgi, through March 6.

Openings and Events in Mid-City

In the Midst of All That Is, Band of Vices, through February 20.

Richard Tuttle: Nine Stepping Stones, These lacustrine homes, Joel Mesler, David Kordansky Gallery, through March 6.

Emma McIntyre: Pour plenty on the worlds, Chris Sharp Gallery, through March 6.

Future Shock, MiM, through March 27.

Openings and Events in West Hollywood

Mariah Robertson: Repetition & Difference and Angela Dufresne: Angela Dufresne as William E. Jones’ Painting Bottom, M+B, through February 27.

Openings and Events in Hollywood

Clarence Holbrook Carter, Various Small Fires, through February 20.

Alex Heilbron: Time and Intent, Meliksetian | Briggs, through March 27.

Openings and Events Downtown

Math Bass: Desert Veins, Vielmetter Los Angeles, through March 6.

Galia Linn: Beauty Queen, Heartbreaker, High Maintenance, through March 20.

ANDY WOLL, Night Gallery.

Openings and Events in Glendale

Erin Fussell: No Movement, Adams Square Mini Park Gas Station, through February 26.

Openings and Events Online

Toward an Anti-Racist Architecture Panel, UCLA, 9am.

Groove Out: Julia Eichten, Pieter, 10am.

A Global Destination for Art: Ardeshir Tabrizi, Fowler Museum, 12pm.

AND WHAT HAVE YOU DONE WITH MY BODY, GOD: a convening initiated by Barry Brannum, Pieter, 3pm.

Monday, January 25

Openings and Events Online

Virtual Artist Statement Workshop, Ninth Street Collective, 3pm.

Mariah Garnett: Trouble, REDCAT, 8pm. $5–10.

Tuesday, January 26

Openings and Events in Santa Monica

WOMEN.ON.WOMEN (WOW), Galerie XII, through April 10.

Openings and Events Online

CAAM Salon: Naudline Pierre and Taylor Renee Aldridge, California African American Museum, 5pm.

An Evening with What Books Press, Beyond Baroque, 6pm.

Skin Deep, The Loft at Liz’s, 7pm.

p r i s m, LA Opera, through February 8.

Thomas Eggerer, ArtCenter College of Design, 4:30pm. RSVP:

Wednesday, January 27

Openings and Events Online

Collecting Continuums: What Now, The Huntington, 4pm.

Richard Rothstein: THE COLOR OF LAW: A Forgotten History of How Our Government Segregated America, SCI-ARC, 7pm.

Tobias Pils, David Kordansky Gallery, through February 3.

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