Enjoy AM’s fresh new feature, where we bring you the best of this week’s openings from across the globe. Andrew Hosner of Sour Harvest has been putting together recommended openings for the Los Angeles area for almost six years now on his full-time site and has joined the AM team to expand these listings globally. Be sure to check out his site for a much more in-depth guide to Los Angeles openings.

Get a full overview of shows in LA, SF, NYC, Greater Europe, Canada and more after the jump.

LOS ANGELES, CA (home to the movement):

Sat, July 11th 8-11:30PM
Copro Gallery
2525 Michigan Ave, Space T-5 at Bergamot Station in Santa Monica / 310.398.2643
“Monster?” curated by Travis Louie and featuring works from Audrey Kawasaki, Brom, Kris Kuksi, Ron English, Lola, Ana Bagayan, Kris Lewis, Dan Quintana, Isabel Samaras, Chet Zar, Brian Despain, Mari Inukai, Chris Ryniak, Heidi Taillefer, Dave Chung, Nouar, Donato Giancola, Tessar Lo, Fred Harper, Attaboy, Ekundayo, David Stoupakis, Mark Elliot, Tristan Elwell, Dic Tsutsumi, Vincent Nguyen, Robert MacKenzie, Willie Real, Amanda Visell, Peter Nguyen, Francesco LoCastro and many more + live music from The Hollywood Squartet
(On view through Aug. 1st)

Thur, July 9th 7-9PM
Bert Greene Fine Art
102 West 5th Street in downtown Los Angeles
“Cardboard Town” featuring new works from Barron Storey (the man who taught David Choe and many others)
(On view through August 15th)

Thur, July 9th 7-10PM
Carmichael Gallery of Contemporary Art
1257 N. La Brea Ave in West Hollywood / 323.969.0600
“The A to Z of Change” featuring new works and an installation from Eine + new works from Frerk and Marc C. Woehr in the showcase space
(On view through July 30th)

Fri, July 10th 7-11PM
4210 Santa Monica Blvd in Los Angeles / 323.913.3375
“Memento Mori” from Stella Im Hultberg + “The Seeded Wind and Silent Motion; an Oeuvre of Beetled Beauty” from Catherine Brooks + “Twilight & Fate” from Hannah Stouffer
(On view through August 7th)

Sat, July 11th 7-11PM
Cerasoli Gallery
8530-B Washington Ave in Culver City / 310.558.091
“Crime & Charity” from MEGGS + “Urban Myth” group show featuring works from Pure Evil, Zeus, Mysterious Al, Inkie, Steff Plaetz, Chu, China Mike, MauMau, Eco, Andy Council, Sickboy & SHOK-1
(On view through August 1st)

Sat, July 11th Noon-10PM ($5 admission before 4PM / $8 afterward)
The Funk Rumble
947 N. Broadway in Chinatown area of downtown Los Angeles (as a starting point)
Art, bands, live art, food, vendors, DJ action, raffles, and so much more featuring a group show curated by Cannibal Flower & Thinkspace’s L. Croskey and live painting from Mear One, Food One, Kofie, Codak, Stuter, Eye One & more – full details at their site

Sat, July 11th 6:30-10PM
2062 Sawtelle Blvd in Los Angeles / 310.445.9276
“Printed Matter: Prints To Take Home!” huge group show with prints on hand from Apak, Bigfoot, Ryan Bubnis, Buff Monster, Michael Hsiung, Matt Furie, Susie Ghahremani, Le Merde, Saelee Oh, Martin Ontiveros, Bwana Spoons, Albert Reyes, Deth P. Sun, Aiyana Udesen, Marci Washington, Andrew Jeffrey Wright and many more
(On view through August 5th)

Sat, July 11th 7-10PM
CSUF Grand Central Art Central
125 N. Broadway, Santa Ana, CA 92701
Parking in lot at 3rd and Sycamore
‘R.Crumb’s Underground’ – curated by Todd Hignite
(On view through August 16th)

Sat, July 11th
Japanese American National Museum
369 East First Street in Los Angeles / 213.625.0414
“Kokeshi: From Folk Art To Art Toy” featuring “Custom Kokeshi” – a group exhibit curated by Christina Conway featuring over 75 customized wooden kokeshi dolls from the likes of Travis Louie, Amy Sol, Stella Im Hultberg, Catherine Brooks, Tara McPherson, APAK, Caia Koopman, CJ Metzger, Dan May, Edwin Ushiro, Yoskay Yomamoto, Ferris Plock, Jen Lobo, Julie West, Kelly Tunstal, Kelly Vivanco, Kent Williams, Ken Garduno, kozyndan, Kukula, Lilly Piri, Mari Inukai, Miss Mindy, NC Winters, Tessar Lo, Noferin, & many more

Sat, July 11th 8-11PM
Merry Karnowsky Gallery
170 South La Brea Ave. in Los Angeles / 323.933.4408
“Gameland” featuring new works from Victor Castillo
(On view through August 8th)

Sat, July 11th 7-9PM
Mid-City Arts
5111 W. Pico Blvd in Los Angeles
“Miami Graffiti” group show featuring works from Crome, Typoe, Acme, Enve, Murder, Afex, Kemo, Cynic, Gere, Flojoe and others + the show will celebrate the release of Jim and Karla Murray’s “Miami Grafitti” book

Sat, July 11th 7-10PM
Billy Shire Fine Arts
5790 Washington Blvd. in Los Angeles / 323.297.0600
New works from Lou Beach, Hudson Marquez, Jayme Odgers & Mel Weiner
(On view through August 1st)

Sun, July 12th Noon-8PM
7662 Melrose Ave in Los Angeles / 323.655.0770
“Celeritas” a group show to benefit ‘Riders For Health’ featuring customized elements from motorcycle racing culture including the likes of Barry McGee, Futura, Audrey Kawasaki, James Jean, Stash, Joe Hahn, Mike Shinoda, Estevan Oriol, Mark Dean Veca, Alex Pardee, Usugrow, Jeff McMillan and many more

NYC action:
Fri, July 10th 2-7PM
Ad Hoc Art presents “Willoughby Windows” project
(88-106 Willoughby) of downtown Brooklyn
“Willoughby Windows” is an ambitious creative venture featuring 12 storefronts on an entire block which will highlight installations by 15+ artists. Some of the artists included in this event will be: Ad Hoc Art staff/interns, Cannonball Press, Chris Stain, Cycle, Dennis McNett, Ellis G, Gaia, Greg Lamarche, John Ahearn, Josh MacPhee, Lady Pink, Logan Hicks, Michael De Feo, Morning Breath, and Tom Beale. Also, some very special guests will be documenting their efforts including Charlie Ahearn, Martha Cooper, Art Jones, and Luna Park.

Sat, July 11th
Joshua Liner Gallery
New York
“Higashi No Kamisama – God From the East “ featuring new works from Yumiko Kayukawa + Ben Tour “Crash and Burn” in gallery II
(On view through August 8th)

Thur, July 9th 5-9PM
1485 Haight Street in San Francisco
“Whammy! The Art Show” featuring Dave Kinsey, Mel Kadel, Anthony Lister, Tiffany Bozic, Robert Hardgrave, Kelsey Brookes, Jeff Soto and more

Fri, July 10th
Melanee Cooper Gallery
740 N. Franklin Chicago, IL
“Magical Moments” featuring new works Jeremiah Ketner

Thurs, July 9th 6-10PM
The Don Gallery
Via Cola Montano 15 in Milan, Italy
New works from Ron English
(On view through August 25th)

CANADA action:
Fri, July 10th
Show & Tell Gallery
1161 Dundas St. West in Toronto, ON
“Get Over It” with Steve Powers (ESPO), Greg Lamarche (SP.One), Greg Gossel
(On view through August 9th)

Get out there and support your local art scene!