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Paintings that draw from the feminine and the domestic, a Day of the Dead celebration in three languages and an artist-made carousel in Venice. Here are a dozen exhibitions and events to check out in the coming week:. In the s, artists across the United States began to embrace forms of artistic production frequently described as feminine or domestic, traditions such as quilting, embroidery, weaving and interior design such as wallpaper patterns.
Artists took those ideas and media and pumped up the volume. Opens Sunday and runs through May Grand Ave. In the s, the artist pair, known for their assemblages and narrative tableaux, created a large-scale merry-go-round installation inspired by accidents of birth. Using old bits of furniture, toys and taxidermied animals, they created individual mounts inspired by people in different places and different stations: a chairmaker in Egypt, a street barber in Bombay, a girl in a Rio favela, a wealthy woman in Paris — all demonstrating that the life we are born to is pure chance.
It is the first time the work will be seen in L. Through Jan. Venice Blvd. This is the first exhibition at the gallery for the Seattle-based artist. Opens Saturday at 5 p. Bendix Building, Maple Ave. The Los Angeles painter is displaying a series of brand-new works, including handmade artist books, some of which have been a decade in the making. Orange Grove, West Hollywood, matthewmarks.
Karetzky takes an old form painting and uses it to explore a new medium digital life. Opens Saturday at 4 p. Bergamot Station, Michigan Ave. A two-part exhibition features paintings, photos, sculptures and installations by the gender-bending artist and pioneering musician they were once part of the British industrial band Throbbing Gristle. Opens Friday and runs through Nov. Moriyama and Pease are two artists with overlapping interests: both students from the University of Pennsylvania who create intricate, meditative works in ink, two artists who also happen to be married and have children.
New works by the pair explore notions of boundaries, both internal and external. Artist and writer Nick Herman is presenting a screening of historic and contemporary sound works in Mexican art.