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Gajin Fujita: Drawings

L.A. Louver 45 North Venice Boulevard, Venice

Fujita’s unique practice brings together wildly diverse styles, cultures, and time periods in riotous compositions that proudly affirm the artist’s own Los Angeles roots.

Free

Nancy Rubins: Fluid Space

Gagosian Beverly Hills 456 North Camden Drive, Beverly Hills

In Fluid Space (2019–), the series from which the exhibition takes its title, Nancy Rubins uses cast metal animals that have been sliced into fragments which expose their seams and undersides, calling further attention to the shape-shifting potential of the metal itself.

Free

Sheila Klein: flags and monuments

i.e. gallery 5800 Cains Court, Edison

Klein, an accomplished Northwest artist, remakes the images of flags and monuments combining textile techniques including weaving, sewing and crochet. Klein softens our symbols to create a textile world. This body of work was completed over the past 4 years.  

Free

Have You Had a Burger?

Well Well Projects 8371 N Interstate Ave #1, Portland

While creating pieces for this series, Hyun Jung reflected on the various mundane yet charged questions she has received throughout her years spent in the United States: Have you had a burger? Can you paint my nails? Can you help me with my math homework? Have you been to North Korea? Do you have an English name? 

Free

Fragile

Inspire Wellness 7319 N John Ave UNIT101, Portland

Playground Gallery is pleased to present “Fragile,” a group exhibition that reveals our unstable social structure, the extreme cultural conflicts of today, and the delicacies of our mental/physical selves during the pandemic.

Free

“Nowhere Else To Go But Within” by Jocelyn Tsaih at Glass Rice

Glass Rice 808 Sutter Street, San Francisco

Nowhere Else To Go But Within is a gentle reminder that in order to arrive to a place of optimism, we must sift through the darker and more harrowing moments of life to obtain clarity and reach happiness.

Free