Jane Margarette: A Honey of a Tangle at Anat Ebgi, 6150 Wilshire Blvd, opens January 8, 5-7pm

Agathe Snow: One Enormous Day at Moran Moran, 641 N Western Ave, opens January 8

Aaron Elvis Jupin: Layman’s Terms, Tongue Tied and Maureen St Vincent: Fete Galantes at Moskowitz Bayse, 743 N La Brea Ave, opens January 8, 11am-6pm

Glenn Hardy Jr: I Remember When at Charlie James, 969 Chung King Rd, opens January 8

Rodrigo Valenzuela, Ken Gonzalez-Day, and Michael Kindred Knight at Luis De Jesus, 1110 Mateo St, open January 8, 3-7pm

Katy Cowan: as the sun chases the unfurling fray at Philip Martin, 2712 S La Cienega Blvd, opens January 8

Matthew Brandt and Adi Nes: The Moment of Truth, The eye should learn to listen before it looks at Praz-Delavallade, 6150 Wilshire Blvd, opens January 8, 1-5pm

Shrubs and Sarah Miska: Swept at Night Gallery,  2276 E 16th St, open January 8

Yui Yaegashi: purple, black, fog at Parrasch Heijnen, 1326 S Boyle Ave, opens January 8

Eric Croes: The Gods Must Be Crazy at Richard Heller, 2525 Michigan Ave, B5A, Santa Monica, opens January 8

Miles Regis: Better Days Ahead at Von Lintel Gallery, 2525 Michigan Ave, A7, Santa Monica, opens January 8, Noon-7pm

Hilary Brace: Drawings and Tapestries and Pamela Kendall Schiffer: Yellowstone Beauty Absolute at Craig Krull, 2525 Michigan Ave, B3,

Raymond Logan: Public and Personal and Karen Woods: Watermarks at George Billis, 2716 S La Cienega Blvd, opens January 8, 4-7pm

Their Private Worlds Contained The Memory of a Painting that had Shapes as Reassuring as the Uncanny Footage of a Sonogram, curated by Sedrick Chisom, at Matthew Brown, 712 N La Brea Ave, opens January 8, 7-10pm

Ben White: Recovery Position at Elephant, 3325 Division St, opens January 8, 7-10pm

Hung Liu: To Live at Walter Maciel, 2642 S La Cienega Blvd, opens January 8, 2-7pm

Dominique Zeltzman: Selected Works at Winslow Garage, 3540 Winslow Drive, opens January 9, 2-5pm

LAND presents Susan Silton: Bursting in air at 1035 S Broadway, January 6-20, 6-9pm, nightly


Pipilotti Rist: Big Heartedness, Be My Neighbor at MOCA


The Tragedy of Macbeth at The Landmark, 10850 W Pico, January 9, 2:45pm


Godzilla: Asian American Arts Network 1990-2001 at Ooga Booga


MPA performs at Hammer Museum, 10899 Wilshire Blvd, January 8, 1pm


99% Invisible, Photo Credit: Negatives of the Bauhaus

Devon’s TV Corner

The Pretender (1996-2000)


Los Angeles Regional Food Bank


COVID-19 Grants and Resources List


Associate Director at Matthew Brown

Director of Donor Relations & Philanthropic Programs at MOCA