Monday, June 17, 2024
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Gallery Exhibits & Art Showcases

Long Beach’s 4th Horseman pizzeria to expand; Dark Art Emporium to move

The 4th Horseman—Long Beach's horrorcore-meets-metal, beer-gone-macabre, fuck-around-and-find-out-style of pies pizzeria—will be expanding: the Dark Art Emporium, the art gallery attached to the Horseman, will be moving over into the East Village Arts District next to House of Hayden while the Horseman will push into the gallery space for its expansion.

Get a look inside the former Acres of Books in Downtown Long Beach at this free art event

Yes, Long Beach, you will finally get to step back inside Acres of Books—but it will, of course, be nothing like, well, Acres of Books. And that is okay because this is about activating a space that once was, seeing its potential future, and discussing how it can fit into the future of the Downtown Long Beach landscape.

CSULB’s ‘Drag Show’ exhibit is an ode to the queer community of the ’80s and ’90s—and this is your last chance to see it

'Drag Show,' an exhibit at CSULB's Kleefeld museum, is more than an ode to the queer culture of the 1980s and '90s—it's an outright celebration of resilience.

Long Beach Lost: The stained glass house on the sands of Long Beach, ‘Camouflage House’

Part of Long Beach Walls's 2021 collection of art, 'Camouflage House' greeted passersby on the shore of Long Beach with its array of colors, reflections, and hope—and was one of the city's coolest art installations.

CSULB’s latest installation cements it as Long Beach’s finest collection of sculptures

The installation—the first sculpture unveiled on the campus's grounds in nearly 30 years—is a testament to the university's dedication to creating one of the region's most rich collection of freely accessible sculptures, now totaling nearly 20 formal sculptures spread across the CSULB campus.

Dark Art Emporium’s new, double-artist exhibit not only happily dances with the macabre—it helps actually sell art for artists

These fine words from Dark Art Emporium co-owner Jeremy Schott have always the perfect description of the gallery that has long existed has a...

Long Beach Lost: The story of the glass house on the shore of Long Beach

Part of POW! WOW! Long Beach's 2021 collection of art, the temporary sculpture has been greeting passersby on the shore of Long Beach with its array of colors, reflections, and hope.