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A Decade of Acquisitions of Works on Paper – Part II

Hammer Museum 10899 Wilshire Blvd, Los Angeles, CA

This second presentation in the Hammer Museum’s new works on paper gallery highlights acquisitions of the last decade as well as important promised gifts.

Free

Adam Stamp, Cody Critcheloe, Maria Maea, Mischa Pavlovski Andresen, Nihura Montiel & Ser Serpas: From One Fetish to Another

Carlye Packer 2111 SUNSET BLVD, Los Angeles, CA

The works seek to provoke discussion, altogether offering a sort of conference arena for various contemporary topics of conversation — concepts such as twinship and duality, gender identity, aging and fame, distorted senses of realities, the meaning of trash and waste, ancestral protection, relationships to nature, relationships to the economics of time, evolution, constant change, comfort, familiarity, repulsion, uncanny feelings of emptiness, etc. are at the foreground for this exhibition.

Lila de Magalhaes & Audrey Hope: Wet Wool

after hours gallery 2181 E 25th Street, Vernon, CA

The dialogue between these works can be traced back to 2016 when Hope and de Magalhaes flew across country to contribute to the staging of another artist’s work for the Miami fairs, entwining practices and delighted psyches for the first time. WET WOOL, through a logic central to this show, can be seen as an extension of that trip: an experience, transmuted into something left behind, something remembered, something born.

Free

At the Table

Armory Center for the Arts 145 North Raymond Avenue, Pasadena, CA

At the Table is a group exhibition that explores our intimate and communal relationships with food and investigates the many ways these connections were severed or challenged during the 2020-21 lockdown triggered by the COVID-19 pandemic. Through artworks, documentary photography, recorded narratives, and ephemera, this exhibition creates space for reflection on the role food plays in our lives as individuals and in our communities and traces the effects of the pandemic on the ways we interact with and consume food.

Free