Jeffertitti’s Nile is coming to LA for two shows: April 28 they’ll be taking The Echo and May 10 they’re taking Bootleg.
Catching this about halfway through but Touch Vinyl is having a few concerts this month in a series called The Untouched Music Series. They’re free and to all ages with the next events happening April 18 with Kyle Neal and Inner Wave and April 25 with Young Creatures and Dream Panther.
Elliott Hundley’s new solo exhibition opens on Saturday, April 12 at Regan Projects. His third show with the gallery will feature paintings, collage and bronze sculptures. Hundley’s vibrant largescale assemblages of found materials “invite the viewer to shift their perspective between the overall composition of the work and the fractured vignettes hidden within.”
Ivan Pesic is a Los Angeles photographer who takes documentary photos with an artistic, aesthetic twist. They often point out something we’ve never noticed or a reality to a situation that has yet to be told. The best example of this is his simply titled series Hollywood Market about the Hollywood Farmers Market. The popular, admittedly bougie culinary destination ascends upon one of Los Angeles most helpless neighborhoods every week but doesn’t seem to acknowledge or care about what is happening around it. The Market isn’t obligated to do anything—but it is interesting how a thing like a farmers market can point out how oblivious or careless locals can be.
What will you be doing when you are a hundred years old? Many of us assume we will have moved on to the next life but it is very, very possible that we might all be alive and kicking. Then what? Do something fun! That’s what local ceramicist Harry Steinberg is doing: he’s 103 and making ceramics.