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Los Angeles 20 January 2021
LA Spotlight: Aryo Toh Djojo at Wilding Cran Gallery

Aryo Toh Djojo's quasi-narrative sequence of paintings is hung in clusters that extend across two adjacent gallery walls and suggest a science fiction film. Each modest-sized acrylic includes a UFO - either as the main subject of the work or as a subtle, sometimes fuzzy dot near the distant horizon. Read Jody Zellen's full review here.

ArtOpps of the Week

Browse through our freshly updated list of artist opportunities, this week featuring:

→ Duala: Creator‑in‑Residence Scheme 2021 by Irish Traditional Music Archive
→ Two Paid Exhibition Opportunities at Locust Projects Miami
→ Creative Call Out in response to David Attenborough: A Life On Our Planet
→ New York City Artist Residency Award by NOoSPHERE Arts
→ Opportunity for a Solo at PULPO GALLERY in Murnau am Staffelsee in Germany
→ Chang/ce: Open Call for Animations by Bagri Foundation, £3000 commissions

See the full list of Artist Opportunities on ArtRabbit here. Want to list your open call with us? Submit it here.

Image: Amita Sevellaraja for A Life On Our Planet by WWF-UK.

Online Events of the Week

This week's offering of featured online events goes great with your morning coffee, contemplative midday break, or weekend in. Attend these contemporary art events from anywhere:

Read some poetry alongside art: 45 LA artists choose 45 poems and make an art piece inspired by their poem in this online show by Durden and Ray.

Opening 25 January, Both Sides Now 6: Viral Futures (part 1) presents film & video work by global artists reflecting on life with viruses, exploring viral phenomena including the technological and political.

See the 22nd edition of 6x6, artists’ moving image works screened on a platform of an ever-growing peer network.

Kiara Mohamed’s latest video The Lives We Lead (2020) is now screening on via Bluecoat, focusing on the role art can play in addressing identity and social issues.

Image: Film still from Wrestling Blues 藍調摔角場 by Yarli Allison. Currently on show at 6x6 until 22 February 2021.

Openings and events
21 January – 27 January 2021
21 Thursday
Exhibitions opening to the public

Elmer Guevara / Josh Vasquez
until 6 Mar 2021
Residency Art Gallery, 90301





Opening receptions
Thursday 21 January
Elmer Guevara / Josh Vasquez
Residency Art Gallery, 90301
23 Saturday
Exhibitions opening to the public

Angela Dufresne / Mariah Robertson
until 27 Feb 2021
M+B art, 90069

Obi Agwam / Jeffrey Cheung
until 27 Feb 2021
New Image Art, 90046

Clarence Holbrook Carter
until 6 Mar 2021
Various Small Fires, 90038

Alex Heilbron: Time and Intent
until 27 Mar 2021
Meliksetian Briggs, 90036

Paul Mogensen / Robert Colescott
until 6 Mar 2021
Blum & Poe, 90034

Richard Tuttle / These lacustrine homes / Joel Mesler
until 6 Mar 2021
David Kordansky Gallery, 90019

Raymond Logan
until 20 Feb 2021
George Billis Gallery Los Angeles, 90034

Robert Russell
until 6 Mar 2021
Anat Ebgi Gallery, 90034

Kathy Butterly: Yellow Haze
until 3 Apr 2021
Shoshana Wayne Gallery, 90016

In the Midst of All That Is
until 20 Feb 2021
Band of Vices, 90016

Math Bass. Desert Veins
until 6 Mar 2021
Vielmetter Los Angeles, 90021

Galia Linn. Beauty Queen, Heartbreaker, High Maintenance
until 20 Mar 2021
Track 16, 90015

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