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Arts and Entertainment

Art Openings: Bike-Curious?, Giant Robot, Amandalynn

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Friday

If you’ll be in the OC Friday night be sure to check out Bike-Curious?; a group show exploring bike culture at the GO, RILLA! Gallery. Bring your bike for a free check-up and group ride to new restaurant/bar the Crosby!!

Opening reception 7-10pm
GO, RILLA! Gallery
3013 N. Main St. Santa Ana

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In Hollywood, La Luz de Jesus Gallery is opening their annual summer group show with Cream of the Crop. Featuring the works of six “hand picked up-and-coming artists” who share a bond of painting cool, fresh cartoon-like images. thru Aug. 31st

Opening reception – 8-11pm
La Luz de Jesus Gallery
4633 Hollywood Blvd.
323.666.7667
www.laluzdejesus.com

Saturday

Giant Robot & Scion are presenting Insiders, Outsiders & The Middle. An exhibit celebrating the independent works of cutting-edge artists who work inside on computers, out on the streets, as well as in studios. Bringing together many types of mediums, the show will be on display in the 4,500 square foot Installation L.A. Gallery through August 23rd.

Opening Reception 7-10pm
SCION Installation L.A.
3521 Helms Ave. (at National) Culver City
310.815.8840
www.scion.com/space

Carmichael Gallery is proud to present new works by Amandalynn. Once a member of the West Coast graffiti crew, Seventh Letter; Amandalynn's latest works entitled move A head, are beautiful headless portraits, sculptures, cameos, and jewelry. Incorporating Victorian inspiration and street art together, these works are fabulous and unique! thru Aug. 24th

Opening reception - 8-midnight
Carmichael Gallery
1257 N. La Brea Ave.
323.969.0600
www.carmichaelgallery.com

Decisions by Amandalynn courtesy of Carmichael Gallery