Collectors’ Favorites opens at Stephen Cohen, 7358 Beverly Blvd, btw Fuller and Martel, 7-9pm

The Art of the Sketch Theatre Volume One opens at La Luz de Jesus, 4633 Hollywood Blvd, at Rodney, 6-9pm



Invite or Reject, curated by Ciara Scanlan and Matthew Nevin, performance at C4 Contemporary Art, 5647 Hollywood Blvd, btw Gramercy and Wilton, 6-8pm



Mark Laita opens at Fahey/Klein, 148 N La Brea Ave, btw Beverly and W 1st, 7-9pm



David Levinthal opens at LEADAPRON, 8445 Melrose Pl, btw Alfred and Croft, 6-8pm



Leroy Grannis and The New Verisimilitude open at M + B, 612 N Almont Dr, btw Santa Monica and Melrose, 6-8pm

Distant Star / Estrella Distante opens at Regen Projects, 633 N Almont Dr, btw Santa Monica and Melrose, 6-8pm



Party Animals, curated by Lindsay Scoggins, opens at Royal T, 8910 Washington Blvd, btw Landmark and Higuera, 8pm-Midnight



Jesse Jones opens at REDCAT, 631 W 2nd St, at Hope, 6-9pm



Piero Golia opens at Gagosian, 456 N Camden Dr, at Santa Monica, 6-8pm

Readings from The Rattling Wall at Skylight Books, 1818 N Vermont Ave, btw Russell and Melbourne, 7:30pm


Prawat Laucharoen opens at LA Artcore Brewery Annex, 650 A South Ave 21, at Main, 1-3pm



Mark Morrisoe conversation and book presentation at ARTBOOK at Paper Chase, 7174 W Sunset Blvd, at Formosa, 6-9pm



Tom Wudl, Enrique Martinez Celaya, and Group Show open at LA Louver, 45 N Venice Blvd, btw Pacific Ave and Speedway, 6-8pm

Ain’t Nothing Like the Real Thing: How the Apollo Theater Shaped American Entertainment opens at California African American Museum, 600 State Dr, at Figueroa, 3-5pm



Ryan McGinness opens at PRISM, 8746 W Sunset Blvd, btw Sunset Plaza and Sherbourne, 7-9pm



Joachim Brohm opens at Gallery Luisotti, Bergamont Station, 2525 Michigan Ave, A2, 6-8pm



William Leavitt performance at MOCA, 250 S Grand Ave, btw 2nd and 3rd, 6:30pm



Lizzy Waronker opens at CB Gallery, 355 N La Brea Ave, btw Oakwood and Beverly, 7-10pm

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