this week's event picks – january 6-12, 2015:

✨ Art Talk: Harry Dodge & Anna Sew Hoy
Los Angeles-based sculptors Harry Dodge and Anna Sew Hoy join MOCA Assistant Curator Lanka Tattersall in conversation about Matthew Barney's River of Fundament.
@ MOCA Geffen. Little Tokyo. Thursday Jan 7 7pm.

Drawing on archival material from the ONE National Gay & Lesbian Archives, ONE MAN SHOW highlights two documentary shorts concerning 1970's sexual liberation in California.
@ Human Resources. Chinatown. Opens Friday Jan 8 7-10pm

✨ Susan Cianciolo
The artist-designer-filmmaker presents a two-part solo show, titled "Though I have all faith so as to remove mountains, but have not Love, I am nothing" and Corinthians. 
@ 356 Mission. The Flats. Opens Friday Jan 8 7pm.

✨ Marty Schnapf: The Night Brightens
Large orgiastic paintings, trance-induced drawings, and oozing sculptures make up this performance and visual-based solo show.
@ Museum as Retail Space (MaRS Gallery). The Flats. Opens Saturday Jan 9 6-9pm.

✨ Chung King Road Gallery Openings
Saturday night bursts with openings along Chung King Rd, including: Top Ten Artists at Coagula Curatorial, Brian Mains at Gregorio Escalante, Sadie Barnette and group show Rosette at Charlie James Gallery, Wyatt Mills at Project Gallery and Scott Trimble & Osceola Refetoff at Chungking Studio.
@ Chung King Rd. Chinatown. All shows open Saturday Jan 9 7-11pm.

Find more local events and sort them by neighborhood at calendar.getdowntown.la.

A great collection of galleries call Chinatown's Chung King Rd home.
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