Kindred Arts & the 10th Council District of the City of Los Angeles present acclaimed African American artists Arthur Jafa, Coby Kennedy, Christopher Myers, and Hank Willis Thomas in a group showing of large scale sculptures across South LA and in downtown Los Angeles. These titans of contemporary art appear as part of a traveling outdoor art exhibit, designed to empower social change through the arts.
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Hank Willis Thomas
Leimert Plaza Park
4395 Leimert Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90008
Benny H. Potter Park
2413 2nd Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90018
Nate Holden Performing Arts Center
4718 W. Washington Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90016
The National Center for the Preservation of Democracy
100-198 N Central Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90012
The gardens, store, 1919 Cafe, Jade Court Cafe, Red Car coffee shop and select galleries are now open. Advance online timed entry reservations are now required ONLY on weekends, Monday holidays, and Free Days for both visitors and Members.
Download our digital Día de los Muertos activity book or stop by Self Help Graphics to pick up a physical copy of the booklet to bring the festivities home with you.
This exhibition analyzes representations of the Americas, questioning the mythologies and utopian visions that proliferated after the arrival of Europeans to the continents. Featuring artistic interventions by Denilson Baniwa, an Indigenous contemporary artist from the Amazon region of Brazil, and the voices of local community groups, Reinventing the Américas counters the views of European chroniclers, illustrators, and printmakers from the sixteenth to nineteenth centuries. All visitors should reserve an advance timed-entry ticket online
$6 – $14
Dress Codes is about what we wear, how we wear it, and why. The exhibition is organized around six enduring icons of western style: blue jeans, plaid shirts, fringed jackets, aloha shirts, China Poblana dress, and the cowboy boot. Join us for a fun and subversive look at what our clothes have to say about Western identities. Cost: Adults – $14, Students and Seniors – $10, Children (3–12) – $6
$7 – $9
Luis Flores’s largely autobiographical work functions as an account of emotions and experiences accumulated as a young man within a toxic masculine culture. Transformational events, such as getting married and becoming a father, motivated him to view the world differently. In this exhibition, Flores uses crocheted and bronzed sculptures to create a Monster Rally setup as a metaphor for parental love. Cost: Adults – $9, Students, Teachers, and Seniors – $7, Members – Free, Sundays – Pay what you…