Calendar. 03.08.11.


SoundSuit in Motion, by Nick Cave. Part of the exhibit Nick Cave: Meet Me At the Center of the Earth, at the Seattle Art Museum, which opens on Thursday. (Image courtesy of SAM.)

First, A Little Self-Promotion: I’m speaking on a panel about the changing media landscape this Wednesday, March 9 at 6pm at the UJA in New York City, as part of an event organized by Smith College. The line-up includes lady journos from the New York Times, ABC, CNN and the AP. Admission is $30 ($20 if you’re a member of the Smith College Club of New York). If you’re into all things media, please come!

  • Portland, Ore.: Alex Felton, Kevin Abell and Israel Lund, Yucks, at Ditch Projects, opens Saturday at 7pm.
  • S.F.: Pablo Guardiola, Jet Travel, at Romer Young Gallery, opens Saturday.
  • S.F.: Game Over: Video Game-Inspired Art at Giant Robot SF, through March 30.
  • S.F.: Ben Eine at White Walls Gallery, opens Saturday.
  • Oakland: Splendors of Faith/Scars of Conquest, at the Oakland Museum of California, through May 29. While you’re there, check out the companion show, Contemporary Coda.
  • L.A.: Jesse Reding Fleming, Desert, at The Company, in Chinatown, opens Saturday.
  • L.A.: Retratos Pintados, hand-painted vernacular portraits from Brazil, at RoseGallery in Santa Monica, opens Saturday.
  • L.A.: Clare Rojas, Inside Bleak, at Prism in West Hollywood, through April 2.
  • Chicago: The Age of Aquarius, at the Reniassance Society, opens Sunday.
  • Miami: Hernan Bas at Fredric Snitzer Gallery, opens Saturday at 7:30pm.
  • NYC: Maya Bloch at Thierry Goldberg Projects, through April 3.
  • NYC: Gary Baseman, Walking Through Walls, at Jonathan Levine Gallery, through April 2.

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