It was a matter of time before the Brodeo Drive based Plan Check on Fairfax would team up with a streetwear brand: they’re doing a March 6 through March 13 food/fashion celebration with Stussy. You can get specialty food and things like a “Stussy pack”: hear more after the jump.
The latest Subliminal Projects show opens March 8 and it’s a showing of artist Apex, Ricardo Richey’s, work. The show is on view through April 5.
March 19 through March 23 is YoungArts Los Angeles, a showing of winners of YoungArts awards. There will be several programs over the days, most notably shows March 21 through 23.
FYI: March 9, this Sunday, is the LA marathon. It goes across the whole city: plan accordingly!
MOLAA in Long Beach is welcoming a show of photos from Frida Kahlo. How wild is that? It’s on view March 16 through June 8 with an opening on March 15 and FRIDAMANIA on March 16.
Cinefamily is hosting a screening, gallery show, and filmmaker talk for the film Just Like Being There, a film about concert poster art. It’s happening March 10.
WUHO’s latest show opens March 6 and will be on view through March 23. It’s called Worlds Of Cityvision and will be a showing of various proposals from lab Cityvision in Italy.
Night Gallery’s latest opens March 8 and is a group show called International Women’s Day, which celebrates the work of sculptor Camille Claudel. The show is on view through April 5.
The Getty Villa’s Theater Lab has some news and new shows: Four Larks are a version of their Orpheus from March 14 through March 16 and Troubador Theater is welcoming the funny sounding Abbamemnon, a mashing between Abba and Agamemnon from April 18 through April 20.
Matters Of Space’s latest show opens March 8 and will feature the work of Miriam Hitchcock. There will be an opening that night and it will be on view through May 9.