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Art Openings: Steel, Natural History, Print Fair

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Saturday The meditative power of steel will be explored this weekend at Bandini Art with the opening of Miya Ando Stanoff’s Revelation and Reflection. Raised by swordmakers, turned Buddhist priests, Stanoff mixes industry with spirituality in these luminous pieces. – thru Aug. 9th

Opening reception – 6-8pm
Bandini Art
2635 S. Fairfax Ave. Culver City
310.837.6230
www.bandiniart.com

Across town in Santa Monica, The Greenfield Sacks Gallery presents 12 new prints by the late Robert Rauschenberg. The Lotus Series will present original images from the artist’s last visit to Asia. – thru Aug. 16

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Opening reception 5-7pm
Greenfield Sacks Gallery
2525 Michigan Ave. B6 Santa Monica
310.264.0640
www.greenfieldsacks.com

Also on Saturday night, Corey Helford Gallery is presenting the first solo show of LA based artist Carlos Ramos. Natural History Museum Part 1, exhibits paintings based on the artist's childhood fascination with the Natural History Museum, and will transform the gallery into an "epicenter of flora & fauna". - thru July 16th

Opening reception - 7-10pm
Corey Helford Gallery
8522 Washington Blvd. Culver City
310.287.2340
www.coreyhelfordgallery.com

Sunday

Self Help Graphics in East LA is holding their annual Print Exhibition & Fair. Dedicated to creating and promoting the arts in the Chicano community, this yearly event is an opportunity to view & purchase various types of prints, wood-cuttings, etchings, and more.

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Fair Hours - 12-5pm
Self Help Graphics & Art
3802 Cesar E. Chavez Ave.
323.881.6444
www.selfhelpgraphics.com

photo of Lotus X by Robert Rauschenberg courtesy of Greenfield Sacks.