Carmichael Gallery’s move to Culver City is the big news this weekend. With the debut North American solo show from Brazilian artist Nina Pandolfo “Life’s Flavor” serving as their debut exhibition, this proves to be a not to be missed event. Look for several shots of the show coming together after the jump, as well as a full breakdown of all the other shows keeping art lovers busy this weekend.

Sat, March 20th 7-10PM
Carmichael Gallery of Contemporary Art
5795 Washington Blvd in Culver City
‘Life’s Flavor’ featuring new work, an installation and sculptures from Nina Pandolfo
(On view through April 18th)

Nina Pandolfo’s debut North American solo show will serve as the inaugural exhibition at Carmichael Gallery’s new location in Culver City. Their new space is beautiful and Nina’s amazing new body of work really brings it to life. From stunning life-size sculptures to large canvases to jaw-dropping mixed media works that just have to be seen to fully comprehend. Fresh off her high profile appearance down in Miami during Art Basel as part of Deitch’s big Wynwood Walls project, Nina doesn’t disappoint. By far her most cohesive body of work yet. Her roots in the Brazilian street art scene run deep, so don’t sleep and get out to Culver City this Sat to peep this amazing show from one of contemporary art’s most promising emerging artists. See below for a look behind the scenes at ‘Life’s Flavor’ from Nina coming together.


Fri, March 19th 7-10PM
Gallery Nucleus
210 E. Main St., Alhambra / 626.458.7482
‘The Untold Want’ featuring new works from Jared Andrew Schorr and Sean Chao
(On view through March 29th)

Sat, March 20th 5-8PM
Richard Heller Gallery
2525 Michigan Ave, Space B-5A at Bergamot Station in Santa Monica / 310.453.9191
‘Relics Where…’ featuring new works from Ernesto Caivano
(On view through April 24th)

Sat, March 20th 7-10PM
LeBasse Projects
6023 Washington Blvd in Culver City / 310.558.0200
‘Is Everybody Happy?’ featuring new works from Alexandros Vasmoulakis
(On view through April 17th)

Sat, March 20th 7-10PM
New Image Art Gallery
7908 Santa Monica Blvd. in West Hollywood / 323.654.2192
‘Desaturated’ featuring new works from Retna


Opened last night – Thurs, March 18th (don’t miss this show before it comes down – a true historic event)
Joshua Liner Gallery
548 W. 28th Street, 3rd Floor in New York City
‘Barnstormers’ group show reuniting this amazing art collective featuring works from the likes of Swoon, Jose Parla, Chris Mendoza, David Ellis, Dennis McNett, Doze Green, UFO, KR, Maya Hayuk, Kenji Hirata, Sasu, West One, Rostarr, and many more
(On view through April 17th)

Fri, March 19th 7-10PM
Lyons Wier Gallery
175 Seventh Ave (@ W. 20th Street) in New York City
‘How To Catch A Time Traveler’ featuring new works from Anthony Lister

Sat, March 20th 7-11PM
BrooklyNite Gallery
334 Malcom X Blvd in Brooklyn, NY
‘Make It Fit’ featuring new works from Spector, Various & Gould


Fri, March 19th 8-11PM
BLDG Gallery
30 West Pike Street in Covington, KY
‘The London Police Ride Again’ featuring new works from The London Police based on Cincinnati and Kentucky – new print, a lecture and some local murals are also in the works – check site for all the action
(On view through April 30th)

Fri, March 19th 7-11PM
2035 SE 39th Ave in Portland, OR
‘Bric A Brac’ featuring new sculptural works from J. Shea #9
(On view through April 22nd)

Fri, March 19th 7-10PM
1955 W. Chicago Ave in Chicago, IL
New works from Dan May and Travis Lampe
(On view through April 4th)

Sat, March 20th 7PM
Andenken Gallery
2990 Larimer Street in Denver, CO
‘The Road Less Traveled’ featuring new works from Jeremy Fish as part of his ‘Mobile Art Tour 2010’

Fir, March 19th – Sun, March 21st (check site for schedule)
Okay Mountain
1312 E Cesar Chavez St. Ste B in Austin, TX
Brooklyn’s Cinders Gallery present ‘Temple of Boom’, taking place during the SXSW Festival – consisting of a site-specific installation that combines paintings, prints, drawings, murals and sculpture by a host of artists, as well as musical performances all weekend long from a vast array of artists – full schedule on gallery’s site

Sat, March 20th
323 East Gallery
323 E. 4th Street in Royal Oak, MI
‘Glass, Cinder, and Thorns’ group show featuring works from Kelly Vivanco, Lisa Petrucci, Rudy Fig, Jenna Colby, Audrey Pongracz, and many more


Fri, March 19th
Charlie Smith London
336 Old Street in London, England
‘A King’s Gambit Accepted’ featuring new works from Gavin Nolan
(On view through April 24th)


Opened last night, Thurs, March 18th
Hugo Michell Gallery
260 Portrush Road, Beulah Park in Adelaide, Australia
New watercolours from Ghostpatrol
(On view through April 17th)


Sat, March 20th 6-9PM
Andrew James Art
39 North Maoming Road, Jing’an Dist., in Shanghai, Thailand
‘Daytime Eats Night’ featuring new works from Miyuki Akiyama
(On view through April 25th)

As always, please be sure to check out for a more in-depth look at additional events taking place in the Los Angeles new contemporary art scene.