L.A. Art Exhibitions in January -
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L.A. Art Exhibitions in January

As we welcome the new year, our anticipation of what’s to come is though the roof. If you want to make your holidays last a little longer, this month’s art events in Los Angeles give you a chance to start 2018 off just right. Get some culture and visit the following art exhibitions:

Second City Hollywood’s Open House; The Second City, January 6

Come by this lovely comedy theater and school for their open house! The Second City brings you the day full of free improv workshops, shows, food and prizes for all ages and experience levels. Watch free performances throughout the day – anything from puppet to game shows. Youth Improv is for ages 8-17, Adult Improv – 18+. Family friendly shows are on at 12pm and 3pm. To learn more, click here.

LA Art Show; Los Angeles Convention Center, January 11-14

The Los Angeles Art Show has something for everyone’s taste in art! It’s divided into Modern & Contemporary and Traditional Contemporary sections.
The event will feature top galleries and programming, including lectures, tours, special exhibits, and after-parties, and beginning with a benefit opening night premiere party. To learn more, click here.

“Welcome to the Dollhouse”; MOCA Pacific Design Center, opens January 20

This exhibition features works of sculpture, photography, painting, video and drawing from the 1960s to the present that bring us a different look on the concept of domesticity. To learn more, click here.

“Testament of the Spirit + The Feminine Sublime + Homegrown”; Pasadena Museum of California Art, opens January 21

The PMCA presents: Eduardo Carrillo’s Mexican-inspired magical realist paintings, a collection of large-scale feminist works and Ana Serrano’s domestic scenes of brightly colored cardboard and paper. To learn more, click here.

“Stories of Almost Everyone”; Hammer Museum, opens January 28

This exhibition features the work of 30 artists, which explores the relationship between a piece of art’s intristic narrative and the meaning suggested by its display within this exhibition. To learn more, click here.