Things To Do This Week: 01.12.2015


Beverly Hills John, 2012

The last time we saw John Waters, he was at the Miami Book Fair shocking audiences with terms like "anal-lingus." He's back at it with a new show Beverly Hills John, of painting and sculptures, at the Marianne Boesky Gallery. His goal: to make you laugh uncomfortably and uncontrollably while he satirizes the film, art, and literature industries. Everyone's a target and nothing is sacred, as you can see in the work above where Waters Photoshopped himself with an extreme face-lift in Beverly Hills John, 2012.

January 9 - February 14, 2015
Marianne Boesky Gallery
509 West 24th Street
New York, NY 10011


Poster for Harvey (1950), © Universal International. Courtesy of the Margaret Herrick Library, Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences

In light of the Golden Globes, discover the stories behind some of your favorite films - Sunset Boulevard, Double Indemnity, Casablanca - with the Skirball Center's exhibition Light & Noir: Exiles and Émigrés in Hollywood, 1933–1950. Learn how the experiences of German-speaking Jews, who fled Nazi Europe, influenced the classic films of Hollywood's Golden Age.

Through March 1, 2015
Skirball Cultural Center
2701 N. Sepulveda Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90049
Admission is $10


Kate Gilmore, Wall Bearer, 2011 (David Castillo)

Virginia Woolf's 1929 feminist essay, "A Room of One's Own" is at the core of Making Space: Beyond a Room, a multi-media exhibition that examines the creative avenues available to female artists. Teresa Diehl, Tracey Emin, and Kate Gilmore (shown above) are among the local and international artists presented in this discussion of women's creative practices.

Have you met our own of batch of feminists, who presented Literally Bye at The Standard, Miami during Art Basel? [NSFW]

Until January 21, 2015
BCC South Campus Art Gallery
7200 Hollywood/Pines Blvd.
Hollywood, FL 33024

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