To celebrate their twentieth year, Giant Robot is having a big show at GR2. It’s a retrospective of sorts called 20 Years Art x Mags and will feature a lot of famous and successful artists. Congrats, GR! Check it out March 15 through April 2.
Culver City’s Corey Helford Gallery is welcoming a showing of work by Alexander Manukyan from March 14 through April 12. It’s called Beautiful Disaster and there will be a March 15 opening, too. This is also running along group show Pop Eyeconic.
Street art and activism project Stop Telling Women To Smile is having a few Los Angeles events this week as new work is installed. There will be happenings every day from March 12 through march 19 ranging from a mini-exhibition at Downtown’s Art Walk to a lecture at Santa Monica College.
MOCA’s latest show at their Grand Avenue location has been announced: it’s Cinema Vezzoli which focuses on Francesco Vezzoli’s movie deconstructing work. It’s part of a three part, international show and was organized by MOCA Senior Curator Alma Ruiz. The show will run April 27 through August 11.
Occidental College and Finishing School are presenting an art show called We Will Show You Fear in a Handful of Dust, a public sculpture created in collaboration with artists Nadia Afghani and Matt Fisher. The project is interesting because March 14 through March 16, the public is invited to “participate in the application of mud to the sculpture” in anticipation of a March 19 reception. The work will be on view through May 9.