Wondering what architecture and design events are happening around Los Angeles? Bustler put together a snappy list of architecture and design events coming up this week. Our latest picks: A screening of Hal Ashby's 1970 film, “The Landlord”; “Alternative Spaces: That Was Then/This Is Now” at LAXART; and “Korean Inspiration: A Night of Art & Exploration” at LACMA. Read on for our latest weekly event recommendations.
When wealthy, white Elger Winthrop Enders buys a tenement brownstone in 1960s Brooklyn, he plans to kick out its predominantly black residents but instead becomes entangled—personally, romantically, and very messily—in the lives of his tenants. The Landlord is written by visionary black filmmaker Bill Gunn and is the first film of Oscar-winning director Hal Ashby.
As part of LAXART's June Event Series, join LAXART Director Hamza Walker and participants for this discussion on the changing cultural and socio-political landscape undergirding the role of alternative spaces over the past forty years.
A celebration and exploration of LACMA’s permanent collection of Korean art, one of the largest collections of Korean works in the United States. Bring your friends for an evening of gallery viewing, discussions, art making, Korean tea tastings, and a mini-fashion show. Free and open to all!
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