Planning ahead for another busy week in Los Angeles? Bustler put together a snappy list of architecture and design events happening around town. This week, the WUHO Gallery will host ikebana events with Ravi GuneWardena, Todd Banham will talk about his latest book “Reyner Banham and the Paradoxes of High Tech”, and the California African American Museum is showing a photo exhibition featuring the works of Port-au-Prince artist Adler Guerrier. Last but not least, The Broad is exhibiting six decades of Jasper Johns' artwork now until May! Read on for our latest weekly event recommendations.
Ever wanted to learn the art of ikebana? On March 13, the WUHO Gallery will host a free ikebana workshop for students, who will get to work alongside Ravi GuneWardena on experimental arrangements. From March 15-18, WUHO will host a closing exhibition featuring the works of various ikebana artists.
Todd Gannon will discuss his most recent book, “Reyner Banham and the Paradoxes of High Tech”, which reassesses one of the most influential voices in twentieth-century architectural history through a detailed examination of Banham’s writing on High Tech architecture and its immediate antecedents.
This special exhibition features more than 120 extraordinary paintings, sculptures, prints and drawings by one of America's most celebrated artists, Jasper Johns. Featuring signature works from the Broad collection with loans from more than 50 international public and private collections, The Broad's presentation marks the first comprehensive survey of Jasper Johns in Southern California in more than 50 years.
Adler Guerrier (b. 1975, Port-au- Prince)...examines the public space of the street as a site for civil discourse and disobedience and the more private realm of the home and yard as places for meditative observation and reverie—addressing both as political spheres. Guerrier’s new project for CAAM continues his investigation of history’s relationship to landscape, picturing what the artist has described as the “limited utopias” enacted within domestic gardens, outdoor spaces, and private yards.
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