RSVP – Dim Mak brings you a DJ set from French legend, Etienne de Crécy, to Los Angeles to celebrate the release of his latest album, Super Discount 3.
Hollyhock House, a historic landmark, is the first house that Frank Lloyd Wright himself designed in Los Angeles. This masterpiece lives in Barnsdall Art Park, in the proximity of Hollywood and Los Feliz. The theme of the house was the hollyhock flower, which was oil heiress Aline Barnsdalls favorite. She commissioned Frank Lloyd Wright in the 1920s to build the house on this 36-acre hilltop site. The City of Los
The Morrison Hotel Gallery (photo via) will be unveiling John R. Hamilton’s portraits of Hollywood’s leading movie starts and musicians. The opening reception will happen on the 12th, and will be open to the public from February 13-Feb 23.
Peroni is hosting a game night at the Spare Room filled with fun. The evenings begin at 9pm, and this weeks game is staring contest, so get your eyelids ready.
The Most Famous Artist presents his most ambitious exhibition to date, showcasing the meaning, development, and product of fine artwork at scale at Project Gallery. You Can Do This Too is an ode to Warhol’s 1964 Flowers series, and will be open to the public continuing through Sunday February 8th. RSVP here for the Opening Reception: http://bit.ly/1CWBweH
L.A. Confidential is set to honor their December/January cover star John Legend (photo via) this week at The Beverly Hills Hotel. There’s been much controversy around the hotel, which has been boycotted by celebrities such as Oprah Winfrey and Ellen DeGeneres (source via) since early 2014 when this whole ordeal started. Hollywood is outraged at The Beverly Hills Hotel owner Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah due to his support of Sharia Law,