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Conversation with Seth Rogen & Evan Goldberg + THIS IS THE END Screening 7/19


This is the End film screening featuring a conversation between Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg
July 19

Thursday, July 19
7 – 10pm… 74 more words

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Surface of a Sphere

Surface of a Sphere
curated by Daniel Gerwin

L o r e n  B r i t t o n
M a r t h a  C l i p p i n g e r… 1,102 more words


John Gerrard: Solar Reserve

Los Angeles—The Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA), in collaboration with the Leonardo DiCaprio Foundation, presents John Gerrard: Solar Reserve (July 12–September 3, 2018), the first Los Angeles presentation of Solar Reserve (Tonopah, Nevada) 2014 since it was purchased with funds donated by Leonardo DiCaprio in 2015. 460 more words

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Beyond the Streets presents: SUMMER IN THE STREETS with Estevan Oriol

LOS ANGELES—BEYOND THE STREETS is extending through the summer due to continued demand. Come see the evolution of graffiti, street art and beyond every Friday, Saturday and Sunday, with special events every Thursday night! 65 more words

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Christina Quarles Joins Regen Projects

LOS ANGELES—Regen Projects just announced representation of Christina Quarles.

Quarles’ paintings teeter on the edge of representation and ambiguity. Informed by her experience as a Queer, cisgender woman of mixed race, her art explores how fixed categories of identity can be used to both marginalize and empower an individual or group. 391 more words


Dan Graham: New Works By A Small-Town Boy

LOS ANGELES—Regen Projects will present an exhibition of works by Dan Graham. This marks his second solo presentation at the gallery.

For over fifty years, Graham’s expansive multidisciplinary practice has encompassed video, sculpture, photography, performance, installation, and a prolific body of writing on religion, music, art, architecture, garden design, and popular culture. 370 more words


My Veins Do Not End In Me |Opening June 30th

LOS ANGELES—My Veins Do Not End in Me explores how we inherit pasts that don’t directly belong to us and how the memories these pasts conjure live within families, amongst communities, and across nations.  206 more words