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This Week's Must See Art Events in LA

Nov 3 - Nov 9

Samara Scott presented by The Sunday Painter  Known for her process-driven, large-scale environments of impermanent material, Scott will take over Four Six One Nine in Mid-City, with a site-specific installation directly influenced by the city’s cultural and physical landscape. 
(Mid City, Friday 6-9:30pm)
Wolfgang Tillmans at Regen Projects 
For his seventh solo show at the gallery Tillmans brings together a broad selection of new and previously unseen work that spans the various themes, visual motifs, and processes developed over the course of his career.

(Hollywood, Saturday 6-8pm)
Annie Lapin Watchers and Winks at Honor Fraser Gallery  Though still connected to her prior investigations into landscape, perception and cognition, and the materials of painting, Lapin's new paintings constitute a significant departure in her method of working and reworking each canvas.
(Culver City, Saturday 6-8pm)
Lucky Dragons User Agreement at 18th Street Arts Center Named for a fishing vessel caught in the fallout from H-Bomb tests in the mid-1950s, Lucky Dragons is an ongoing collaboration between artists Sarah Rara and Luke Fischbeck. Lucky Dragons brings research into forms of participation, dissent, perception, and attention to performance and public art.
(Santa Monica, Saturday 6-8pm)
Givens at AA|LA The exhibition begins with a few simple juxtapositions: a fresh fig placed atop a text on social ethics from the 1970s; a pink tallow candle from a local botanica, set into the tab of a can of guanabana juice. Artists take certain givens and subtly upend them to reveal underlying truths about everyday reality, and how power manifests unevenly within it.
(Culver City,  Saturday 6-9pm)
Slightly Undercooked at BBQ LA Soft sculpture hangs from the ceiling. A felt tapestry reaches off the wall into space. Floor sculptures thin as if avoiding passersby. Slightly undercooked is a showing of spatially conservative sculpture, an investigation in dimensionality within traditional and nontraditional formats.
(Downtown,  Saturday 8pm-12am)
All of You're Sudden at in lieu Group exhibition featuring works by Sasha Bergstrom-Katz, Eleanor Bleier, Jessica Hang, Martin Lammert VI, Nihura, Lainey Racah, Troyese Robinson, and Pauline Shaw. The eight participating artists utilize tactics of humor to explore elements of fantasy, absurdity and incongruity.
(Lincoln Heights, Saturday 7-10pm)
Jack Smith Rushes at Human Resources
Never-before-seen 8mm film and improvised compositions, featuring Mario Montez, Tally Brown and Jack Smith. Ranging from the late 1960s to the late 1970s, the featured films present a glimpse into significant period of Smith’s career in which his work began to turn from photography and film towards live performance. 

(Chinatown, Sunday 7:30pm)
WOAH Last-Look:
Telefantasy TV at Coaxial Arts 
Spawning dimensions in DTLA stands H.AR.R.I.E.T.: a colossal video environment born through Jennifer Juniper Stratford’s residency as a Mike Kelley Foundation grantee. Fusing CGI aesthetics into modular sequences invoking sacred geometry, Doctor Who’s TARDIS, and Donna Haraway’s A Cyborg Manifesto, H.A.R.R.I.E.T. is a hardware-heavy feminist from the 2050’s. Running on “millions of empathy” and “Better Than Life Dreamchips” H.A.R.R.I.E.T. stages all-access programs under the mind melting auspices of Telefantasy TV.  Closing event 8-11pm Saturday Nov 5th.

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