Weekend Primer Pt. II : The Oracle

Art
02.08.2014

Always on the lookout for cool things to do in and around Los Angeles, here is more.

The Oracle

A brilliant exhibition that will be running from July 29th thru September 10th, The Oracle features works from some of the strongest voices in art today. Sometimes you don't realize how much culture is sitting there in your own backyard. Well consider yourself informed: The Underground Museum is showcasing this brilliant exhibition with works from The Jeremiah Cole Collection of Arts d'Afrique. It will be happening Tuesdays thru Fridays from 3-9PM and its F R E E . Thusly meaning no excuses. Do yourself a favor, treat yourself to a favor and make it a point to check this out as soon as you can. Style, art, culture, and more. Remember we love you and always keep it cosmic wherever you may be.

What you need to know to make it happen :

The Underground Museum

3508 W. Washington Blvd.

Los Angeles, CA 90018

The Oracle

An exhibition exploring the formal and visceral similarities between contemporary

Art-making and 19th and 20th Century African art.

Kahlil Joseph

Ruby Neri

Henry Taylor

Kandis Williams

Featured Artists and Recent Exhibitions:

Kahlil Joseph, Born 1981. Berkeley, CA.

Ruffneck Constructivista, 2014. ICA, Philadelphia. PA.

He is also the recipient of the 2012 Sundance Grand Jury Prize for short film.

Ruby Neri, Born 1970. San Francisco, CA.

Sculpture, 2012. David Kordansky Gallery, Los Angeles, CA.

Caught Looking, 2014. Armory Center of Arts Pasadena, CA.

Made in LA 2012. Hammer Museum, Los Angeles, CA.

American Exuberance, 2011. Rubell Family Collection, Miami Beach, FL.

Henry Taylor, Born 1958. Oxnard, CA.

Carnegie International at the Carnegie Museum of Art, 2014. Pittsburgh, PA.

Body Language, 2014. Saatchi Gallery. London,

Blues for Smoke, 2014. Museum of Contemporary Art. Los Angeles.

MOMA PS1, 2013, New York, New York, New Yor

Blum and Poe, 2013, Untitled, New York, New York.

Blues for Smoke traveled to the Whitney Museum of American Art.

His works are in the collections of the Museum of Modern Art, MOCA, Carnegie Museum of Art,

and the Hammer Museum, Los Angeles.

Kandis Williams, Born 1985. Baltimore, MD.

Red Square at Ottozoo Project, 2013. Milan, Italy.

Recent group exhibitions include XOXO at Night Gallery, Los Angeles.

One day at a time, 2014. Curated by Javier Peres, Peres Projects. Berlin, Germany