Although things seem to be at a standstill during the month of August, there's still plenty to explore in Los Angeles. Wondering where design-inclined folks are gathering around Greater Los Angeles? Take a gander at Bustler's latest architecture and design event recommendations of current happenings in town, and check back regularly for more event picks!
This exhibition showcases the ideas of six architects — Yohannes Baynes, Begum Baysan, Erin Horahan, Casey Hughes, Ryan Martinez, and Cody Miner — who examine L.A.'s homelessness crisis and its relationship to the “American Dream”.
“Referencing the title of a genre-bending collection of stories by Jorge Luis Borges, A Universal History of Infamy uses multiple venues across Los Angeles to present new works by more than 15 boundary-defying artists and collectives.”
“From everyday experiences to protest movements as monumental as the Arab Spring uprisings across the Middle East, to themes that probe systems of social control or examine global commerce, artworks in Oracle tackle the effects of organizational frameworks on global events and private individuals.” Open at The Broad until September 3, the four-month installation features works by over 20 artists.
If you're hanging around Newport Beach, stop by the Orange County Museum of Art for their second California-Pacific Triennial exhibition, which explores various issues related to “architecture and the temporal precariousness of the built environment”. The survey showcases a range of site-specific works and never-before-seen works by artists and designers based around the Pacific Rim.
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