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This Week's Must See Art Events in LA

July 7 - July 10

PLEASE HAVE ENOUGH ACID IN THE DISH! at M+B A group exhibition organized by chef Vinny Dotolo (of Animal and Jon & Vinny's fame). The exhibition explores the intersections between food, daily life and art in Los Angeles and features food-influenced paintings, drawings, sculptures and videos by thirty-seven Los Angeles-based artists, including many new works made for the exhibition.
(West Hollywood, Thursday 6-8pm)
Bandini International Film Festival at Arturo Bandini Films by Jason Bailer Losh, Agnes Bolt, Jane Chang Mi, Alika Cooper & Elise Irving, Natalie Fält & Sarah Manuwal, Institute For New Feeling, Davida Nemeroff, Ed Fornieles, Corey Fogel, Karissa Hahn, Marcus Herse, Layet Johnson, William Kaminski, Xana DeMilner, Matthew Lax, Anabelle Lemieux, The Lugati, Thomas McDonell, Alisa Petrosova, Laura Schawelka, Bobbi Woods, Aaron Wrinkle & a bunch of other awesome artists.
 
(Highland Park, Friday & Saturday 8-11pm)
Midnight Party at LACE Artist Tim Youd on the keyboard + DJ Patrick Icon. Celebrating the completion of Tim Youd's 'City of Night' retyping, alongside the launch of the summer issue of Artillery Magazine. Also on view will be Jibade-Khalil Huffman's Verse Chorus Verse, Warren Neidich's The Palinopsic Field, and Miha Strukelj's Here Somewhere.
(Hollywood, Friday 11pm-2am)
Alex Da Corte A Season in He'll at Art + Practice Da Corte’s videos, sculptures, paintings, and installations ruminate on personal and cultural politics, alienation, and the complexities of the human experience. For his first solo exhibition in LA, Da Corte will present a survey of recent videos within a site-specific installation. The exhibition is organized by Jamillah James, Hammer Museum assistant curator.
(Leimert Park,  Saturday 4-6pm)
Suncakes & Lawns of Dawns at VACANCY  Suncakes, an exhibition by Ross Simonini and Amy Garofano, features both artists adapting their materials for a site-specific installation. Lawns of Dawns, an installation by Tim Sullivan in the basement at VACANCY, takes a look at the darker sides of art production.
(Downtown, Saturday 7-9pm)
Mapping Fictions at The Good Luck Gallery A group exhibition curated by Andreana Donahue and Tim Ortiz of Disparate Minds. Their aim is to create a greater understanding of the importance of artists living with developmental disabilities in the context of the contemporary art world. Four artists will be on display, each of whom incorporates text into their work in a singular manner: Daniel Green, William Scott, Roger Swike, & Joe Zaldivar.
(Downtown, Saturday 7-10pm)
Resolution: the Digital Print at JAI & JAI Gallery The exhibited artists represent a variety of ways of working today, including collage, painting, computational, film, virtual reality, screen-printing, photography, and lithography. The common object, the digital print, will showcase the infinite possibilities of translation offered by the media. 
(Chinatown, Saturday 8-11pm)
Your Motion Says: An Arthur Russell Festival An annual festival that celebrates the multifaceted and largely incomplete catalog of work by the late composer Arthur Russell. The week-long festival travels between SF and LA, showcasing performances that reinterpret and pay tribute to Russell's work. Your Motion Says is curated by Peter Hernandez and Practical Records.
(Mulitple locations, Saturday & Sunday)
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