Planning for another week in Los Angeles? If you're curious about where design-inclined folks are gathering around town, Bustler has compiled a snappy list of local happenings that are worth checking out.
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500 Years of Utopia | Open now until February 9, recommended by Nicholas Korody
Utopian thinking orients much of the most radical thinking in architecture. But what exactly does it mean to strive for a "non-place"? Head over to USC to check out an exhibit that examines the history of "Utopia" and utopian thought—before it ends this week!
Moholy-Nagy: Future Present | Opening on February 12, recommended by Justine Testado
LACMA will debut a can't-miss retrospective of Hungarian artist/painter/influential Bauhaus teacher László Moholy-Nagy this Sunday. As the first U.S. retrospective of the artist in almost 50 years, the exhibition will showcase over 250 of his works—including some never-before-seen pieces and a large-scale installation of Room of the Present, which Moholy-Nagy first envisioned in 1930.
Focus Iran 2: Contemporary Photography and Video | Open now until May 7, recommended by Alexander Walter
The Craft and Folk Art Museum on Wilshire Boulevard presents a new exhibition that offers a glimpse into contemporary Iranian culture as captured by emerging and mid-career artists from both inside and outside the country.
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