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The Weekly Round Up: Art in L.A.

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Photo of work by Pascual Sisto taken during the exhibition "Absolutely Not Recent Works by Pascual Sisto" by Arely Villegas/used with permission
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Happy New Year Los Angeles!

Enthusiasm for the Los Angeles art community in the new year is high with expectations from Eli Broad’s unveiling design for his art museum on Grand Avenue corridor or the anticipated Pacific Standard Time: Art in LA: 1945 - 1980 in the fall. As the first week of 2011 unwinds, we are left with an unsettling good taste for art in our vibrant city.

Thursday January 6
In addition to the art events mentioned in today's Pencil This In...

Alfred Hitchcock’s Vertigo at The Hammer Museum (Westwood) at 7pm: In accordance to Julian Hoeber’s current installation at the museum, Demon Hill. Followed by Jacques Tati’s film Playtime. Both films will be screened in it’s 70mm glory.

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Maya Mercer: Ladykiller at Stephen Cohen Gallery (Hollywood) from 6-9 pm: Maya Mercer’s new series of photographs