This week: buy handmade gifts by local artisans at CAFAM, catch six closing shows at A+D Museum, see pixilated mosaic tiles of space invaders that pop up all over the world, explore the Southland’s night-lit holiday displays; and bid farewell to the Bob Baker Marionette Theater’s longtime home.
This week: celebrate designer Paul Fortune’s new book; see CalEarth’s work in Africa alongside Iranian photography; experience the world of high-concept fragrances; make a bird’s eye study of Southern California; experience the altars and art of Día de los Muertos, and dozens of other free downtown art events.
This week, you can: see a Japanese architect’s vision of the future, enjoy art by Gary Baseman and others at The Other Art Fair, admire the work of LA residential architect Roland E. Coate, explore the interplay between democracy and civic space, and take a spin through the history and symbolism of woman’s uniform.
The Bob Baker Marionette Theater will close its current location in less than two months, after dazzling kids and adults with hand-made puppets for the past 55 years. The late founder and namesake of the company, Bob Baker, sold the building five years ago to a real estate developer.
This week: shop for design deals on La Cienega; see highlights from the Huntington’s Southern California architecture collection; check out Merion Estes’ fabric collages at CAFAM; admire Ai Weiwei’s expansive works all over LA; and chart the evolution of graphic design in California.