Local rad electronic musician Napolian has a new video out for the song “Therm. G.” It features Dro Carey, who also directed the video. Catch it below!
Skirball is welcoming a film show called Light & Noir about the Jewish history of Hollywood. Catch it from October 23 through March 1.
Steven Harrington teamed up with Case Studyo again to make a rad little sculptural vase. It’s on sale now and is beautiful.
September 30 is the next Good Looks comedy show, which is pretty wonderful.
Woodbury University is hosting an architecture conference called Mediated City about the city. It’s going on from October 1 through October 4.
In advance of the Academy show, Maker City LA is hosting a talk with Academy Award nominated costume designer Deborah Nadoolman Landis. It should be really rad: catch it on September 16.
Photographer Lily King is the subject of the next Matters Of Space show in Highland Park. It’s running from September 13 through November 7. There’s a reception on the opening date in addition to October 11.
Haiti is the focus of Kehinde Wiley’s vivid portraits of global cultures in his upcoming solo exhibition “The World Stage: Haiti.” Opening this Saturday night at Roberts & Tilton, his newest series of paintings celebrate “Haiti’s rich and varied religious traditions, as well as its traditional crafts and decorative arts,” from its historical French and Spanish colonization to current beauty pageant culture.
Image: The Sisters Zendaide and Charlotte Bonaparte (The World Stage: Haiti), 2014 by Kehinde Wiley. Courtesy of Roberts & Tilton.
On September 16, “Shield and Spear” will make its west coast premiere at the Hammer Museum. The documentary film highlights creativity, freedom and democracy in South Africa through the eyes of its most notable artists and their experiences. The screening will include a Q&A with director Petter Ringbom and producer Alysa Nahmias along with the U.S. debut of Johannesburg performance group The Brother Moves On.
Bruce Richards is the next subject of a show at Jack Rutenberg. You can catch his paintings and sculptures there from September 20 through November 29.