This week, you can: explore Latin American influences in Los Angeles art; get to know the unique narratives behind Grand Park and other Rios Clementi Hale Studios projects; check out the new Institute of Contemporary Art LA; see four artists’ expressions of life in L.A.; go to an opening of sculptures with an inner story of material, intention and fabrication.
This week, you can: learn about the architecture shaping our city today; party DTLA-style on a Los Angeles summer night; solve a murder at the Getty; discover art old and new at a street festival; view a photo-ceramic mash up, and hear Frances and friends talk about “Urban Hallucinations.”
This week, you can admire modernist buildings in the film “Columbus”; explore the ruins of a socialist utopia at Llano del Rio; get inspired by Marc Chagall’s theatrical costumes and set decorations; browse the work of over 100 zinesters; and tour the servants’ quarters of the Gamble House.
This week, you can: celebrate David Hockney at the Getty Center; experience an ambitious multi-media art collaborative; consider global warming and its impact on global conflict; rediscover a 1960’s Abstract Expressionist; geek out at a mammoth computer graphics conference and see a flower arrangement that honors an iconic vase.
This week you can: discuss virtual reality in architecture and design; tour iconic ’70s and ’80s business park architecture in Orange County; smell (and see and hear about) Ancient Rome at the Getty Villa; drool over sugar sculptures; and join a cross-cultural, community dance experience in DTLA Grand Park.
This week: discuss the role of architects and developers in building supportive and affordable housing; admire the modernist architecture of Escher GuneWardena; explore dream schemes for real Detroit sites by a dozen American design firms; watch Jane Jacobs battle New York’s ‘master builder’ Robert Moses in a new documentary; and learn to weld, woodwork, forge, and fuse glass at Makelympics Weekend.