Museums This Week: Abstraction After Warhol & More

Julie Mehretu, Black City, 2007, Courtesy of the artist and Marian Goodman Gallery, New York (LT); dosa shirt (RT) | images via MOCA and SMMoA

Museums This Week is a weekly guide showing you what's going on this week with exhibitions around Southern California. This week, unfortunately, there are no new exhibits, but you can browse recent openings here.

Closings

Santa Monica Museum of Art
The exhibit, dosa for SMMoA: A GRACIE Art Installation and Shop, features the new Spring 2012 collection -- inspired by the vibrant blue and white hues of cloud formations that Christina Kim photographed while flying over Acapulco, Mexico -- and items created specifically for the shop. dosa is an internationally renowned clothing line.
Ends August 18, 2012

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The Muckenthaler
Experience the art of war. Originally a way for returning soldiers to share their stories in a series of workshops, Combat Paper collects the print work of veterans from across the country, who have transformed their battle uniforms into paper.
Ends August 19, 2012

MOCA Grand Avenue
The Painting Factory: Abstraction after Warhol shows how abstract art has expanded and dynamically evolved to incorporate new ideas, such as modern culture and current technology.
Ends August 20,2012

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