This Saturday evening from 6 to 8 pm the galleries along La Cienega in Culver City open their doors to introduce a round of new exhibitions.
Honor Fraser opens a solo show of work by Mark Licari, titled The Finishes that Stand the Test that will be on view through July 2nd.
Cherry and Martin opens a group show that ends on July 3rd, featuring work by Robert Heinecken, Erik Frydenborg, Nicolas Guagnini, Wade Guyton, Leigh Ledare, Amanda Ross-Ho, and Collier Schorr, titled They Have Not the Art to Argue with Pictures.
Blum and Poe opens an exhibition of Tim Hawkinson that will run through July 26th.
LA Contemporary opens a show of work by Jorge Oswaldo that will be on view through June 26th.
Walter Maciel opens a show of work by painter William Swanson paired with a separte show of work by mixed media artist Jil Weinstock that will run through July 2nd.
Roberts and Tilton opens an exhibition of Ellen de Meutter, titled Writings on the Wall, and a show of work by Barbara McCullough, titled Shopping Bag Spirits and Freeway Fetishes: Reflections on Ritual Space that will run through July 3rd.
Western Projects opens a show of Arne Svenson, titled The Library, that will be on view through July 3rd.
Taylor de Cordoba opens an exhibition of photographs and film by artist Danielle Nelson-Mourning, titled Homecoming, that will run through June 26th.