This Week's Must See Art Events in LA

July 16 - July 19 

Step & Repeat at The Geffen Contemporary MOCA's annual celebration of live performances with music, performance art, poetry, comedy and much more. The line-up looks pretty rad, check it out here and buy your tickets! 
(Little Tokyo, Fri/Sat/Sun 6-11pm)
Centre for Style at Chin's Push Amy Yao, Anna-Sophie Berger, Bryan Morello, Chloe Maratta, D&K, Eckhaus Latta, H.B. Peace, Marcel Alcalá, Marisa Takal, Rare Candy, & Waggy Tee. Organized by Centre for Style (Melbourne). One night only! 
(Eagle Rock, Friday 6-9pm)
You Can't Cut Your Losses at PAM 
Performance artist, Molly Jo Shea, turns PAM into a Castrati Karaoke Lounge inside the belly of a whale. PAM Performances are the result of 3 week long residencies and one night stands. 
$5-10 suggested donation. RSVP
(Highland Park, Friday and Saturday 8:30pm)

Baby Wild at LAST Projects
A group exhibition curated by Alex Sanchez and Jack Rabbitt. The show explores painting, drawing, sculpture, collage, and collaboration.
Parking is a bitch, but the gallery is worth it.
(Hollywood, Friday 7-11pm)
Victoria Fu: Velvet Peel at Honor Fraser 
"Victoria Fu uses 16mm film, installation, photography, sculpture, sound, and video to explore the virtual space of moving images and our haptic engagement with digital images."
(Culver City, Saturday 6-8pm)
New Babylon at Roberts & Tilton 
Organized by Michael Dopp, this exhibition takes its form as a freestanding structure designed by architect Joakim Dahlqvist, with the artworks on view - sculpture, painting, ceramic, and photography - functioning as both autonomous objects and site-specific installations within the building's apparatus.
(Culver City, Saturday 6-8pm)
Smily has no nose at David Kordansky
"Tala Madani makes paintings and animated videos whose indelible images bring together wide-ranging modes of critique. She uses humor not only to upend social mores, but also to open up dialogue about cultural forms"
(Miracle Mile, Saturday 6-8pm)
About Face at Kayne Griffin Corcoran
"The artists and works in About Face employ ideas of scale, zoom, and cropping to complicate figuration and portraiture in relation to abstraction."
(Miracle Mile, Saturday 7-9pm)
Stopping the Sun in its Course
at Francois Ghebaly
An exhibition curated by Jesse McKee, featured artists include: Sung Chih-Chen, Barry Doupé, Julia Feyrer, Dick Jewell, Tiziana La Melia, Alex Morrison, Walter Scott, & Lucy Stein
(Downtown, Saturday 7-10pm)
WOAH Last-Look:
Papercut at CES Gallery  Hovering low, hung just above the floor’s horizon, each of Czech artist Ira Svobodovà's pieces extends immaculate contours and matte folds into air— propelling painting into an archival frame for dissecting optical phenomena: where matter, movement, and friction are captured and frozen in perfect nuance. Closing Saturday (Downtown).
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