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This Week's Must See Art Events in LA

March 31 - April 5

Cole Sternberg for a moment it scraped then cooled the skin at LAXART For this body of work, Sternberg created a series of unique hand-painted rugs, each painted on and exposed to the elements of Los Angeles. The final result is a unique piece, each accompanied by a photographic study of its Los Angeles-based ecological experience.
(West Hollywood, Thursday 6-8pm)
Quam Odunsi Hollywood at the Art of Elysium Salon  Odunsi captures motion and stills on celluloid that records and documents contemporary subjects in Hollywood. Using the city of LA, he constructs scenes and records the environment as cinematic content on 35mm, Polaroid and Super 8mm film. The exhibition is curated by Khoi Nguyen and all proceeds benefit The Art of Elysium.
(Koreatown, Thursday 6-9pm)
Pauline Shaw NANCY at Rhabbitat 
A
 solo exhibition curated by Jacques Smith, Shaw’s exploration of material forms nods to feminist craft practices. The immersive installation translates into a discursive conversation about the various processes and ideas behind gender, place, and love.
(Downtown,  Thursday 6-9pm)
SHADE at General Lee's 
A monthly event where artists become DJs. This one takes place at a dirty bar in Chinatown featuring guest artist/DJ Parker Ito.

(Chinatown, Thursday 9pm-2am)
Annamaria Ajmone De La at Night Gallery  Ajmone will perform, in improvisation, to the sound of La Région Central. De La is a performance which ushers the performer and her public across the space of the gallery, through rooms, under doorways, and against walls; subverting the traditional viewing experience and treating the whole gallery as a stage.
(Downtown, Thursday 7-9pm)
Andrew Bernardini Shades of Gray at Human Resources Shades of Gray is an excerpt from Andrew Berardini's work-in-progress the Standard Book of Color to be read in Alice Wang's exhibition, with music by ​Luke Fischbeck​ (Lucky Dragons)​. ​Each shade will be ​read in immersive atmosphere by a different voice.​​ 
(Chinatown, Friday 7:30 and 9pm)
Marilyn Minter Pretty/Dirty at OCMA  This in-depth exhibition of Minter's work features over 25 paintings made between 1976 and 2013, three video works, and several photographs concerning our culture’s complex and contradictory emotions around the feminine body and beauty. 
(Newport Beach, Friday 11am-5pm)
Karen Lofgren at Royale Projects Lofgren’s  exhibition features new sculptural objects and installations at various scales, as well as investigations in collage that employ medicinal plants and pornography. With titles inclusive of The Ecstasy of the Uncontained; The Offering; and Positions for Believers, the works invite an empathetic physical relationship with viewers.
(Downtown, Saturday 4-7:30pm)
CARLA Issue 4 Launch Party at The Mandrake
Celebrate the newest issue of LA's premiere
artist-run magazine, CARLA. The issue includes features by Jonathan Griffin, Char Jansen, Matthew Stromberg, Lindsay Preston Zappas, Federica Bueti and Jan Verwoert, and many other favs.

 (Culver City, Sunday 6-10pm)
Anya Liftig Gracie Devito & Samuel White at Human Resources Anya Liftig is a New York based performance artist. Her work has been featured at major institutions all over the world. Gracie DeVito is a performance artist living in LA. To learn about Samuel White please text him at 323.206.2617 
(Chinatown, Tuesday 8pm)
WOAH Last-Look:
post-post at Wilding Cran Gallery
What is after in the age of the image? What follows in a model predicated by post-net culture? What is and what comes “after after” is the object and subject in question dismantling the walls of post-post — Christian Eckart’s solo show and LA debut in its final days at Wilding Cran Gallery. Closing Saturday, April 2. 
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