Art Insider: Maiden LA welcomes all creatives and aims to break down hierarchies

“High Beams” was a drive-through art show from Saturday night on the rooftop of a parking garage in the Fashion District downtown. It included installations from nine different art spaces and was organized as part of Maiden LA. Do-it-yourself artist events and exhibitions are happening across the city this month in response to the Hammer biennial, “Made in LA.” And an artist programs a sculpture to silently dance to a Tina Turner album.

Maiden LA responds to the Hammer’s biennial with an inclusive, city-wide month of art programming

Throughout September, artists across Los Angeles are presenting more than 80 DIY exhibitions and events in backyards, canals, garages, and parks. The events are all part of Maiden LA , which is in its fourth iteration this year—each have been planned to coincide with The Hammer’s biennial “Made in LA.” Maiden LA is an anagram (and homophone) of The Hammer biennial, […]

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