Thursday, June 25th
Timothy Yarger Fine Art brings you a solo show by realist painter William B Hoyt. Hoyt addresses nostalgia though the art of the everyday, presenting it as a living, evolving moment that invites the viewer to join in and to share an experience through the eyes of the artist.
Place: Map, 354 N. Bedford Drive, Beverly Hills CA
Saturday, June 27th
Jeanie Madsen Gallery is having a grand opening party. The website has no information about the work being featured except for the picture we’ve shown you here. What it did tell us is that they will be serving wine from Kiamie Winery, Spanish tapas from Bar Pintxo, and live music by Garrick Stoner
Time: 7pm – 10pm
Place: Map, 1431 Ocean Avenue, Suite A, Santa Monica CA
The Loft at Liz’s revisits the idea of Diverted Destruction. In this second annual show, artists create art with found objects they’ve diverted from the landfill. Steve Olson, Maddy Le Mel, Melinda Smith Altshuler, Lark Pilinsky, Sandy Schimmel Gold, Ruben Acosta, Suzanne Vasaeli, Ramiro Perez and Juan Rosenfeldt incorporate household trash like used teabags, crushed cans, disenfranchised bits of metal, discarded mail and packaging into artworks designed to inspire you to look at your refuse in a new way.
Time: 7pm – 11pm
Place: Map, 453 S. La Brea Avenue, Los Angeles CA
The Icon is teaming up with Clark Oshin Gallery. Their inaugural show features the work of surrealist photographer, Hugh Kretschmer, with a broad selection of his wry, surrealistic photographs.
Time: 6pm – 9pm
Place: Map, 5450 Wilshire Boulevard, Los Angeles CA
Sunday, June 28th
SPARC is having a closing reception for its current show. Currently on display is the work of world-renowned muralist and UCLA Professor Judy Baca and includes monuments to Cesar Chavez and Robert F. Kennedy. The gallery will also open its doors during the reception to highlight its current projects and production facilities.
Time: 2pm – 5pm
Place: Map, 685 Venice Boulevard, Venice CA