Arts + Culture

Art exhibits from UCLA professors, alums that can be visited during winter break

There are several in Southern California and more around the country and the world

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ROW DTLA
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UCLA architecture and urban design alumnus Robert Hale’s design firm, Rios Clementi Hale, was recently recognized for its restoration of ROW DTLA.

Looking for something to do during your time off over the holidays? Check out the UCLA faculty and alumni works that are on display during the next few weeks. Read below for descriptions of exhibits you can explore in and around Los Angeles this winter break. And if you happen to be traveling for the holidays, visit UCLA Arts for descriptions of exhibits around the country and around the world, from Houston to Omaha, Nebraska to Mexico City to Berlin.

Tomorrow’s Man 4
Through Dec. 22
Regen Projects
6750 Santa Monica Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90038

Department of art alumnus Paul Mpagi Sepuya is one of 10 artists featured in this Regen Projects exhibition, curated by Jack Pierson and conceptualized around his celebrated artist book, “Tomorrow’s Man,” inspired by the famous bodybuilding magazine from the 1950s and 60s. The exhibition is presented in conjunction with the release of the fourth volume in the series.

Strange Attractors The Anthology of Interplanetary Folk Art Vol. 1 Life on Earth
Through Jan. 13, 2018
Redling Fine Art
6757 Santa Monica Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90038

Using the twin Voyager space probes as a starting point, this group exhibition organized by Bob Nickas takes a first step in compiling a visual record of life on earth and features work by department of art alumnae Theodora Allen, Trisha Donnelly and Vija Celmins.

Drawn from a Score
Through Feb. 25, 2018
Beall Center Art + Technology
712 Arts Plaza
UC Irvine
Irvine, CA 92697

“Drawn from a Score” features artists — including design media arts professor Casey Reas — whose work emanates directly from a written, visual or code-based score. Ranging from event scores first developed by John Cage and Fluxus artists in the late 1950s ;to contemporary uses of code as a score for computational works, the exhibition includes drawings, sculptures, performances, video projections, and computer-generated forms of art.

ROW DTLA
ROW DTLA
777 S. Alameda St.
Los Angeles, CA 90021

Architecture and urban design alumnus Robert Hale’s design firm, Rios Clementi Hale, was recently recognized for its restoration of ROW DTLA by the Architect’s Newspaper 2017 Design Awards. Head to ROW DTLA for holiday shopping or Smorgasburg and find out why.

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