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Los Angeles 3 February 2021
LA Spotlight: David Hicks at Diane Rosenstein Gallery

David Hicks fills Diane Rosenstein's spacious gallery with works on paper in addition to large-scale and intimately sized ceramic pieces. Hicks' floral amalgamations are at once familiar and dystopic. Inspired by the agricultural landscape of the San Joaquin Valley where he resides, Hicks observes, reinterprets and re-presents elements of the natural world. Read Jody Zellen’s review on What’s on LA.

ArtOpps of the Week

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

→ Etant donned Curatorial Fellowship for US curators with up to £5k funds available.
→ Ars Electronica and European Commission’s STARTS Prize 2021. Open to international creators/practitioners, 2 awards of €20,000 each.
→ Cooper Hewitt Interaction Lab’s Activating Smithsonian Open Access, open to US residents with awards of $10,000.
→Bilding paid six-month artist residency in Austria, open to international artists and architects. Accommodation, access to workshop and part-time employment provided.
→ The Photographers' Gallery Flash Fictions Open Call: Alternative Networks, open to international artists and writers. £150 each for selected submissions.

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

Image: Bilding Community Centre in Innsbruck, where the paid residency will take place. Photo by Charly Schwarz.

Online Events of the Week

There are so many interesting art events happening around the world, and you’re invited to attend through your screen. These online events are perfect for injecting a little culture into your workweek.

Where There's Smoke is an immersive documentary about life, loss and memory presented with Columbia University School of the Arts' Digital Storytelling Lab.

Omid Asadi – Hansel and Gretel (2021) is a digital performance created in response to Asadi's current exhibition Autopsy of a Home at the Centre for Chinese Contemporary Art.

Yorkshire Sculpture Park presents an online exhibition of rare lithographs and etchings by Joan Miró, one of the most celebrated artists of the twentieth century.

See Sam Laughlin: Falling wall, rising dust, especially commissioned in 2019 to document the closing chapter of John Hansard Gallery’s former home on the University of Southampton’s Highfield Campus.

Have your own online event that you want the world to know about? Add your event here.

Image: Crop of Joan Miró: Son Abrines I (1302 - 1304), 1987. Part of Miró: Prints at Yorkshire Sculpture Park, on until 23 February 2021.

Openings and events
5 February – 10 February 2021
5 Friday
Exhibitions opening to the public

Kate Barbee. Feral Flora
until 25 Mar 2021
Kohn Gallery, CA 90048

Sky Glabush
until 12 Mar 2021
Philip Martin Gallery, 90034



Opening receptions
Friday 5 February
Sky Glabush
Philip Martin Gallery, 90034
Kate Barbee. Feral Flora
Kohn Gallery, CA 90048
6 Saturday
Exhibitions opening to the public

Johanna Breiding
until 20 Mar 2021
Ochi Projects, 90018

Zach Storm
until 27 Mar 2021
ODD ARK•LA, 90042

Sandra Cinto
until 3 Apr 2021
Tanya Bonakdar Gallery Los Angeles, 90038

“EPOS” and “Certain Scars Can’t Be Seen”
until 27 Feb 2021
Thinkspace, 90016

The Forest and The Sea
until 2 Mar 2021
Emma Gray 5 Car Garage, 90405



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