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("Blissed Out" from Hadley Holliday's show, opening this Saturday, February 25, at Taylor De Cordoba in Culver City)
Many of the galleries up and down Washington Blvd. and La Cienega Blvd. in the Culver City will celebrate new openings this Saturday, February 25, from about 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. As always, these openings are free and open to the public.
All the galleries are within a couple of blocks of one another, so it's easy to check out all the shows in a couple of hours. Here's a map to help you negotiate the terrain.
Angles Gallery (featuring Delia Brown's "Felicity & Caprice")
Blum & Poe (featuring "Requiem for the Sun: The Art of Mono-Ha" curated by Mika Yoshitake)
Honor Fraser (featuring Rosson Crow's "Ballyhoo Hullabaloo Haboob")
Carter & Citizen (featuring Dmitry Strakovsky's "The Way We Tell The Stories That Tell The Way")
George Billis (featuring new works by Matt Jacobs)
JK Gallery (featuring Jacqueline Bootier, Jon Pylypchuk, Kiel Johnson, Nicolas Grenier, etc.)
Koplin Del Rio (featuring Sandow Birk's "American Qur'an")
Maloney Fine Art (featuring Ford Beckman's "Pop Targets")
Mark Moore (featuring Ali Smith's "Flip Side" and Christopher Davison "Jackanapes")
Roberts & Tilton ("In the Making," featuring Noah Davis, Michael Dopp and more)
Taylor De Cordoba (featuring Hadley Holliday's "Warp and Weft")
Walter Maciel (featuring Carolyn Castano's "El Jardin Femenil Y Otros Ocasos"
Here's an image from the Carolyn Gastano's show at Walter Maciel at 2642 S. La Cienega, which is a must see. Castaño has created a series of paintings based on real-life ”narco novias,” women drawn into the netherworld of drug cartels through romantic entanglements.