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Photo Diary: The Mexicali Biennial at the Vincent Price Art Museum.


A detail from the installation Failed Mascots, 2012, by Candace Lin.


Terrestrial, 2012, by Cindy Santos Bravo, a sculpture made with pointy boots.


El Reporte Femenil/The Female Report, 2012. One of the show’s standout pieces. Watch it here.

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Miscellany. 03.12.12.


A detail from Untitled, 1979, by Gustavo Montoya. Part of the permanent collection at the Vincent Price Art Museum at East L.A. College. (Photo by C-M.)

Calendar. 09.15.11.


Silver Dollar (Ruinas), by Diego J. Garza. Part of the exhibit After the Gold Rush: Reflections and Postscripts on the National Chicano Moratorium of August 29th, 1970, at the Vincent Price Art Museum. Opens Friday at 6pm, in Monterey Park. (Image courtesy of VPAM.)

  • L.A.: Roberts and Tilton is hosting a book party for the launch of L.A. Object & David Hammons Body Prints this Saturday at 5pm in Culver City. This sounds like the kinda book I’d want to read.
  • L.A.: Andrea Zittel at Regen Projects. Opens Friday, in West Hollywood.
  • L.A.: Gronk, Empty Lines, at L2kontemporary. Opens Saturday, in Echo Park.
  • Long Beach: MEX/LA: Mexican Modernism(s) in Los Angeles 1930-1985, at the Museum of Latin American Art. Opens Sunday.
  • NYC: And Another Thing, a group show, at the CUNY Graduate Center on Fifth Avenue. Through October 29, in Midtown.
  • Plus, find all my latest NYC recommends over at Gallerina — including the all-kinds-of-awesome de Kooning retrospective at MoMA… Don’t miss!

This Friday, in East L.A.: The Vincent Price Art Museum reopens.

The Vincent Price Art Museum at East L.A. College is opening the doors to its brand new building and it looks like it’s going to be all kinds of boss. In fact, it’s making me wish I wasn’t going to be out of town — because the inaugural shows appear to be all kinds of fantastic, including one on the roots of Mexican modernism and another featuring eight high-profile alums (including figures such as Kent Twitchell, Gronk, John Valadez and Diane Gamboa — who painted the above piece, Consensual Behavior, in 2003). Things get rolling this Friday, May 20, at noon. If you live in L.A., seems like a must-do.