This Week in LA Art Openings | November 15, 2018
This week is marked by so many art exhibitions — it’s all moving too fast! So to make sure you know what’s going on and don’t miss a thing, we’ve compiled a list of some upcoming happenings in LA’s art world. Keep reading to find out what exhibitions are opening up this week!
Sally Mann: A Thousand Crossings
November 16, 2018 - February 10, 2019
1200 Getty Center Drive, Los Angeles, CA 90049
American through and through, Sally Mann uses this international exhibition to explore the legacy of the South and the impact it has had on her. All about the “American Identity”, this haunting collection of photography explores the many facets of life in the South and it’s influence on the greater American experience.
Craig Kucia: Unnatural Disasters
November 17, 2018 - December 15, 2018
670 S Anderson St, Los Angeles, CA 90023
Curated by John Wolf, this exhibition features artist Craig Kucia and his exploration of his artistic like before the internet and after, during an era of mass consumption of technology. With this solo exhibit, Kucia is piling on and peeling away layers of culture and how we exist within it, all of which are visible to the audience.
Invader: Into the white cube
November 18, 2018 - December 23, 2018
833 East 3rd St, Los Angeles, CA 90013
French artist, Invader, is celebrating his career and the course it has taken over the past two decades. For the first time in 13 years, Invader is displaying his work in a solo show in Los Angeles. This exhibition will feature his well known works (including his pixelated mosiacs) as well as all new work, allowing the audience to see how his past projects have brought his current art to fruition.
Laura Owens and Zoe Leonard: Survey
Nov 11, 2018 – Mar 25, 2019
152 North Central Avenue Los Angeles, CA 90012
Approximately 60 paintings from pioneering LA artist Laura Owens are on view in a sweeping mid-career survey at The Geffen Contemporary, marking the most comprehensive showing of the artist’s many varied styles to date. Sharing the behemoth space is Zoe Leonard: Survey, the first large-scale showing of the acclaimed New York–based artist’s career in an American museum. Two wildly divergent visual styles from two masterful artists make for a fascinating pairing. This is a must-see. Weekend admission to the exhibition is free.
Title Image: Zoe Leonard, Niagara Falls no.4, 1986/1991, gelatin silver print, 37 3/4 x 25 5/8 in. (95.9 x 65.1 cm), courtesy of the artist