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Ongoing art exhibitions
Fred Eversley: Black, White, Gray
Get lost in the light and space sculptures of Venice's own Fred Eversley at the opening of Black, White, Gray. The inaugural exhibition at Art + Practice's...
Maria Lassnig. A Painting Survey, 1950–2007
See the first Los Angeles solo exhibition for the acclaimed late Austrian abstract artist.
Schwitters Miró Arp
Explore the works of renowned Dadaists Kurt Schwitters and Hans Arp in the context of works by the Spanish painter, graphic artist and sculptor Joan...
Isa Genzken. I Love Michael Asher
For her first solo exhibition in California, Genzken presents an exhibition of new works in a range of media, inspired by her interactions with artist...
Best performing arts centers
The West Side's most glittery theatrical venue is home to a good-sized main stage, the Gil Cates Theater, and the cozier Skirball Kenis Theater. The company offers a mix of new work and local premieres, frequently with big-name (though sometimes second-tier) Hollywood talent. Special nights include Wine Down Sundays, Lounge Fridays and Talk Back Tuesdays, where a special drinks or coffee reception is held before the performance. Saturday mornings often feature great kid-oriented shows.
Mark Taper Forum
Distinguished as the first non-New York theater to win consecutive Pulitzer prizes two years in a row (for The Kentucky Cycle and Angels In America), this 739-seat theater holds a high standard for its year-round program of plays—and as a result, tends to draw keen, theater-literate audiences.