Will Barras for POW WOW

Following a very robust early February due in part to some very high profile shows opening, things slow a lil’ bit the world over this weekend. Leading the charge will be the big POW WOW event over in Hawaii and DABS MYLA’s debut out in the desert at M Modern in Palm Springs alongside a small showing of new works on paper from the legendary SHAG.

Looking ahead to March, we’ll have major solo shows to look forward to from the likes of Jose Parla, Ian Francis, James Jean, Camille Rose Garcia, Mark Jenkins, Andy Kehoe, Jim Houser, Reuben Rude, Slinkachu, Gary Baseman, and many more. The New Contemporary art machine keeps storming along blazing new trails in the process.

Shows this week after the jump…


Installation 7: Scion Art Tour – Video / Los Angeles Trailer from Scion ART on Vimeo.

LOS ANGELES:

Fri, Feb. 18th 8-11PM
La Luz De Jesus Gallery
4633 Hollywood Blvd. in Los Angeles / 323.666.7667
Book signing event with The Igloo Tornado (Tom Neely, Gin Stevens, Scot Nobles and Levon Jihanian) for their book ‘Henry & Glenn Forever’ plus the group show curated by The Igloo Tornado ‘Henry & Glenn Gang Bang!’ featuring Clayton Brothers, Coop, Matt Hewitt, Gin Stevens, Tom Neely, Shaunna Peterson, Johnny Ryan, Rusty Jordan, and many more + live performances from Misfits and Black Flag cover bands
www.laluzdejesus.com

Fri, Feb. 18th 8-11PM
M Modern Gallery
2500 N. Palm Canyon in Palm Springs at Racquet Club Rd. / 760.416.3611
‘Double Diamond’ featuring new works and an installation from Dabs Myla + ‘Still Live’ featuring new works from Shag
www.mmoderngallery.com

Sat, Feb. 19th Noon-2PM
33third
5111 W. Pico Blvd in Los Angeles
Greg ‘Craola’ Simkins poster release, book signing and live mural installation – free poster while supplies last with book purchase
www.33third.com

Sat, Feb. 19th 6-8PM
George Billis Gallery
2716 S. La Cienega Blvd in Los Angeles
New watercolors from Russ Havard
(On view through March 26th)
www.georgebillis.com

Sat, Feb. 19th 8-11:30PM
Copro Gallery
2525 Michigan Ave, Space T-5 at Bergamot Station in Santa Monica / 310.398.2643
‘Lowbrow Life’ featuring new works from Tin, Keith Weesner, Leslie Ditto, Bob Doucette, P-Jay Fidler, and Chrystal Chan
(On view through March 12th)
www.copronason.com

Sat, Feb. 19th 8-11PM
Known Gallery
441 North Fairfax Avenue in Los Angeles
‘Revisionist History’ featuring new works from George Thompson (aka EWOK) + new works also on view from David Choe
(On view through March 12th)
www.knowngallery.com

Sat, Feb. 19th 6-8PM
Mark Moore Gallery
5790 Washington Blvd in Culver City
‘Great Expectations’ featuring new works from David Hilliard and David Rathman
(On view through April 2nd)
www.markmooregallery.com

Sat, Feb. 19th 7-10PM
SCION Installation L.A.
3521 Helms Ave in Culver City / 310.815.8840
‘Installation 7’ featuring video works from the like of David Choe, Souther Salazar, Mackie Osborne, The London Police, Cody Hudson, Cheryl Dunn, Franki Chan, Gluekit, SSUR, Matt Goldman, and Jared Eberhardt
(On view through March 12th)
www.scion.com/space

Sat, Feb. 19th 6-8PM
Taylor DeCardoba
2660 S. La Cienega Blvd in Los Angeles / 310.559.9156
‘Crocodile Company, Part 1’ featuring new works from Frohawk Two Feathers
(On view through March 26th)

http://www.taylordecordoba.com/

Stephanie Henderson

NEW YORK:

Sat, Feb. 19th 7PM-Midnight
Last Rites Gallery
511 West 33rd Street in New York City
New works from Michael Mararian and Stephanie Henderson
(On view through March 19th)
www.lastritesgallery.com

HAWAII:

Wed, Feb. 16th – Sat, Feb. 19th
POW WOW
831 Queen Street
Live Painting Open Studio with Ekundayo, 123KLAN, Meggs, Will Barras, Prime, Jasper Wong, Kamea Hadar, and Wu Yue plus live music and much more – see site for full details

http://welovecampfires.com/powwow/

AUSTRALIA:

Fri, Feb. 18th 6-9PM
Backwoods Gallery
25 Easey Street in Collingwood, Victoria, Australia
‘Acid Over Easy’ featuring new works from Zach Johnsen
(On view through Feb. 26th)
www.backwoodsgallery.com

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