Two of Downtown's most iconic structures get art homages this week. Thursday 9/10 8-11pm the Eastern Columbia Building is celebrated through Pardis' photographs at Ilcaffe, the Swedish cafe at the bottom of the building. Friday 9/11 7-10pm is an Ode to the 6th Street Bridge at Art Share LA, in tribute to its final days before being torn down in November.
5 words or less movie reviewer/artist Alex Miller presents 5 or Less Fest, a bunch of short films involving 5 or less actors, minutes, steps, something. It features our friend Jack Reed and many other local artists' works this Friday 9/11 8pm-midnight at Basic Flowers on Broadway.
Gracing Los Ángeles with striking colors, indigenous symbols, and fierce fashion, Mexican artist Carla Fernández shows her artworks, clothes, and housewares in The Future is Handmade! starting Saturday 9/12 4-7pm in the Orpheum Building.
Sound the alarm! Saturday 9/12 is an all out Fall 2015 art show opening bonanza! See and be scene at: CB1, Rosamund Felsen, These Days, Wilding Cran, Night Gallery, and Francois Ghebaly. It's also the launch of Get Down Town Issue 1!!!
Several years and tons of art world drama in the making, Matthew Barney: River of Fundament opens to the public on Sunday 9/13 at MOCA Geffen Contemporary in Little Tokyo. While there, hear Barney talk with William Forsythe and Maggie Nelson at 3pm.
Clips from River of Fundament, Matthew Barney's magnum opus film undertaking,
on view alongside related installations at MOCA Geffen