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Art – Paris-LA

Marking an indirect transition from desire to sketched and painterly form, the beaux-arts ideations of comely ephebes and lost cities by Paul P. find their source in the imagined lives of others—whether interwar characters out of Evelyn Waugh dreaming of

The Hammer Museum and UCLA Film & Television Archive present CAULEEN SMITH — IN SPACE, IN TIME, a series of artist screenings kicked off by a performance of Black Utopia LP. Among Smith’s short films, the programs include screenings of

Informed by the theory and practice of ballroom vogueing and mid-twentieth-century Butoh dance, Trajal Harrell presents his recent 30-minute work SISTER OR HE BURIED THE BODY—a “speculative remapping of the history of contemporary dance and its composition, weaving the links

Analogs of a kind in the themes of their various practices and their fated heydays in the years following “gay liberation” but falling short of the advent of protease inhibitors, Hervé Guibert and David Wojnarowicz both cast long shadows of

Join Jack Pierson for a book-signing event at Regen Projects. Copies of his new monograph “Less and more”—featuring essays by Evan Moffitt and Bruce Benderson and a conversation with Andy Campbell—will be available for purchase at the gallery. Liz Larner will

During the closing days of the Hammer Museum exhibition JOAN DIDION — WHAT SHE MEANS, join co-curator Hilton Als and his friend the writer and editor Jennifer Krasinski for what will, no doubt, be a wide-ranging conversation on Als’ interpretation

Moving with the sun after earlier iterations in Hollywood and Beverly Hills, FRIEZE LOS ANGELES 2023 pitches its colossal tent at the Santa Monica Airport for its largest presentation to date. Outside the main tent—leading to the Focus section inside

Celebrate the opening of HELEN CAMMOCK: I WILL KEEP MY SOUL—the artist’s inaugural museum exhibition in the United States—with a musical performance by Cammock and Roshanak Kheshti at Art + Practice. A multimedia installation—incorporating performance, poetry, a print series, and

These photographs—believed lost but discovered in a dusty crate locked away for two decades from the damaging effects of light—enter our current image-world like a breath of fresh air. They originate at the tail end of human analog time circa

Join Rebecca Morris and ICA LA’s Asuka Hisa for a personal tour of the exhibition REBECCA MORRIS — 2001–2022. A reception with light refreshments and bites will follow the closing-weekend walkthrough.