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The List: Summer Art Gallery Openings


LACE “The Palinopsic Field”
Opening Reception: June 15
LA-based multidisciplinary artist Warren Neidich hits us with an exhibition featuring new and recent works, all revolving around the concepts of McCarthyism, Hollywood and the aftermath of World War II. Attend the opening to connect the dots.


MAMA “What We Do Is Secret”
Opening Reception: June 18
Known worldwide for his captivating, disruptive and quite radical nude photography, Chinese photographer Ren Hang brings forth new and archived work that is sure to test the limits


Superchief LA “Trifling Matter”
Opening Reception: July 2
For her first ever solo exhibition, sculptor and multidisciplinary artist Sarah Sitkin will bring her best hand, arm, face and foot forward, with a series of work highlighting her unnerving and
uncomfortably realistic flesh-like sculptures.


Merry Karnowsky Gallery “Strange Days Indeed”
Opening Reception: July 30
Vonn Sumner is an up-and-coming favorite on the contemporary art circuit, in large part due to his surreal and hyper-colorized paintings depicting strange scenes almost as bizarre as our city.
Stop in to get a taste of the artist’s visual quips and quirks.


Subliminal Projects “Banned In Babylon”
Opening Reception: July 23
Featuring work by Bad Brains’ bassist Darryl Jenifer, and a team of his creative friends, Sunset Boulevard’s Subliminal Projects presents “Banned in Babylon,” an exhibition honoring the art and
culture of the iconic band that molded the landscape of punk.


Charlie James Gallery “Bottom Floor”
Opening Reception: June 4th
Curated by Max Maslansky, and featuring works by established contemporary artists, “Bottom Floor” digs up the personal and societal repressions experienced by each artist, giving each the opportunity to discover their real desires through each painting and creative work.


Little Big Man Gallery “What She Said”
Opening Reception: June 25
Beloved street photographer and Huntington Beach dweller Deanna Templeton returns once again on the exhibition circuit—this time with street portraiture and teenage diary excerpts in tow.

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