Museum Closings This Week: Carlos Bunga & More

Installation view at the Hammer Museum, Los Angeles. November 25, 2011-April 22, 2012. Photo by Brian Forrest. | image via The Hammer Museum

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The Hammer Museum
A Barcelona-based Portugeuese artist trained as a painter, Carlos Bunga continually improvises with space and medium. For this Hammer Project, he created a site-specific, new work on the Lobby Wall to accompany a selection of his drawings, paintings, sculptures, and videos on view in the Lobby Gallery. "In his architecturally scaled installations, Bunga uses mass-produced materials like cardboard, packing tape, and house paint to build structures that recall temporary shelters or life-size maquettes."
Ends April 22, 2012

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Social and Public Art Resource Center (SPARC)
I Can: Requiem for I Can't uses art installation and interaction to empower social change around the topic of domestic abuse and sexual assault. The exhibit is by Barbara T. Smith and Nina Jun, in collaboration with A Window Between Worlds (AWBW).
Ends April 22, 2012
Closing Conversation with the Artists: Sunday April 22nd, 2-4PM

LACMA
Ellsworth Kelly: Prints and Paintings is the first retrospective to examine Kelly's prolific print work, known for "simple geometric shapes and swatches of pure, vibrant color."
Ends April 22, 2012

California Heritage Museum
The museum is closed until April 24 in preparation of new installations.

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