Looking for some costume inspiration for this Halloween weekend? Tkay Maidza appears as three different famous Kims in this fun video- Lil Kim, Kim K, and Kim Possible with Yung Baby Tate appearing as Shego.
Things to do in Los Angeles this weekend (10/20-10/23/16)-
The Moth & The Flame are playing at the Troubadour with Young Rising Sons
MOCA Senior Curator Bennett Simpson is giving a walk through of the exhibition R. H. Quaytman, Morning: Chapter 30 at MOCA Grand Avenue (free and free museum admission)
The Faint are playing at The Mayan with Gang of Four
Art critic Douglas Crimp will be discussing and reading from Before Pictures, his autobiographical account of life as a young gay man in New York from the late 1960s through the 1970s, at the Hammer Museum (free)
Fever Charm and LAYNE are opening for Night Lights at Resident
Art Night Pasadena is a great way to check out Pasadena’s museums and cultural centers for free as well as live music and performances. Free shuttles are provided for getting around.
Front Porch Cinema at the Santa Monica Pier is showing Labyrinth starring David Bowie (free)
Lemaitre are playing at the El Rey Theatre with Chet Porter and Coucheron
LACMA is showing Guillermo del Toro’s 1993 vampire film Cronos
The Molochs are playing at Non Plus Ultra with the Paranoyds and Numb.er
For Los Angeles–based artist Dan Levenson’s performance at Hammer Museum he will be leading a three-hour class that will consist of a lecture, drawing exercises, and critiques following the curriculum of the SKZ (State Art Academy Zurich), a Swiss modernist art school of his own invention. (free)
LACMA is screening two iconic experimental films of the 1960s: Walter De Maria’s Hardcore and Michael Snow’s Wavelength for their Desert/Ocean program, followed by a conversation between Jane McFadden and James Nisbet, two of the leading scholars of De Maria’s artwork, and moderated by Jennifer King, LACMA’s associate curator of contemporary projects. (free)
The New Beverly is showing a horror double feature of Roman Polanski’s Rosemary’s Baby and Paul Wendkos’ The Mephisto Waltz starring Alan Alda and Jacqueline Bisset ($9.27 for both)
Saturday and Sunday
The Brewery Art Walk is a fun way to check out up and coming artists in their studios in the massive complex downtown
Beach Goth, a two day music festival taking place at The Observatory Grounds in Santa Ana, has a ton of great bands playing with single day and two day tickets still available. The Growlers are hosting with Eric Andre and bands include Bon Iver, Future Islands, Ru Paul’s Drag Race contestants, The Faint, Patti Smith, Violent Femmes, TLC, Grimes, Gucci Mane, The Drums, The Pharcyde, Moving Units, TSOL, and many more.
Vidiots is presenting Harry Dean Stanton with the first ever “Harry Dean Stanton Award” at The Theatre at the Ace Hotel. The evening will include conversations, film clips, and music, featuring performances and tributes from Kris Kristofferson, Father John Misty, Karen O, Inara George, John C. Reilly, Jack Huston, Harper Simon, and many more.
LACMA is hosting a book signing, film screening and discussion with noted Iranian painter, book illustrator, animator, and sculptor, Ali Akbar Sadeghi. (free)