Museum Closings This Week: Beautiful Clouds, 50s Housewives & More

First Supper After a Major Riot, Asco, 1974, printed 2011| Photograph by Harry Gamboa Jr. via LACMA
See them before they're gone! Here's a list of what museum exhibitions are closing this weekend.

Asco was a Chicano performance and conceptual art group based out of East Los Angeles. In Asco: Elite of the Obscure, A Retrospective, 1972-1987, see how their work captured the social and political turmoil of the city and beyond.
Ends December 4, 2011

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The Getty Center
If you like cloud porn, now is your last chance to catch In Focus: The Sky. Examining clouds, skies in color, dark skies and urban skies, this Getty exhibition analyzes the evolution of the skyscape through photography.
Ends December 4, 2011

UCIrvine University Art Gallery

Feminists! Artists! Find yourselves in The Radicalization of a '50s Housewife, a Solo Project by Barbara T. Smith. "This exhibition revisits Barbara T. Smith's 1980 transgressive artwork Birthdaze. In addition to the original artwork, this exhibition features archival material documenting Birthdaze's making, illuminating Smith's political and aesthetic intentionality for the first time." The exhibit is part of the UAG's Major Work of Art Series.
Ends December 4, 2011


Mission Inn Festival of Lights Opens Friday in Riverside


Guide: Downtown Art Walk, December 8, 2011