Events, pop-ups, things to do in Los Angeles in May 2022

Lauren Halsey at CSUDH for the May 2022 Drip Index.

(Elon Schoenholz for CSUDH)

“After all, we are in a land of funk – and with funk, the only way forward is free.” So the statement announces the solo exhibition of Center artist Lauren Halsey at Cal State Dominguez Hills. The performance, to be viewed through December at the University’s Art Gallery, is a hands-on on “fun placement” or architectural mapping that reflects the feel of the home. through specific names, objects, symbols, colors, and more. The showroom is open by appointment only, Monday through Friday. 1000 E. Victoria St., LCH A-107, Carson.

Givenchy’s TK-360

Givenchy for May 2022 Drip Index.

A new pair of summer “It” shoes has entered the conversation. Givenchy’s TK-360 men’s sneaker features an all-knit knit with a futuristic design in classic neutrals and more distinct shades, including acid yellow. The stretch knit upper is part of the sole, making it a unique footwear item for you to put in rotation this season. $895. Available on

‘Lee Alexander McQueen: Mind, Mythos, Muse’ at LACMA

4Alexander McQueen, Women's Jacket (detail) from the Untitled (Angels and Demons) collection

(Museum Association / LACMA)

“Lee Alexander McQueen: Mind, Mythos, Muse” contextualizes McQueen’s iconic creations firmly within art history, according to the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. By pairing more than 70 McQueen works with works primarily from LACMA’s permanent collection, viewers can draw a clear connection between the late designer’s mind and the minds of more than 35 artists. other doctor. Watch through October 9 at the Resnick Pavilion. 5905 Wilshire Blvd., Los Angeles.

Prada Tropico capsule collection

Introduced from an April pop-up store in Prada Beverly Hills, the brand’s capsule collection still causes a stir with the promise of your next tailored vacation – and multiple models available for purchase. online. Think casual jumpsuits, raffia t-shirts and bucket hats, loafers and more.

Dior X Birkenstock

Birkenstock partners with Dior for the May 2022 Drip Index.

Dior in the garden? The French fashion house’s new collaboration with Birkenstock rekindles Christian Dior’s passion for earthwork by reimagining two of the German brand’s most iconic styles, Milano and Tokio. Products in the collaboration feature industrial buckles, rubber details and Birkenstock’s signature cork stand lined with supple leather – while the Tokio special edition is hand-embroidered with flowers. Available this summer.

Acne Studios X Angelo Plessas

Acne Studios X Angelo Plessas for Drip Index, May 2022

(Acne Studios X Angelo Plessas / Acne Studios X Angelo Plessas)

Last month, Acne Studios held a sunset ceremony at the Wright Residence in Malibu to celebrate their new collaboration with artist and “shamanic engineer” Angelo Plessas, who led the crowd during a meditation session. complete with a mysterious elixir and scream to the sky. The pieces, which range from $300 to $900, are the same in all vibes, featuring artwork by Plessas in embroidered patches on t-shirts, bomber jackets, and hoodies. Available at

Bike Shed Moto Co.

DRIP INDEX for Innovation - Bike Shed Moto Co. headquartered at 1580 Industrial St, Los Angeles, CA 90021.

(John Ryan Hebert / Bike Shed Moto Co.)

Bike Shed Moto Co., which opened its first LA location in the Arts District last month, packs a lot of stuff into a 30,000-square-foot warehouse on Industrial Street: restaurants, tattoo studios, art galleries , barbershop, auditorium retail store and more. Taking cues from its flagship London location, Bike Shed Moto Co., as its name suggests, focuses on motor culture, with a starter membership (though you don’t have to be a member). to enjoy what space has to offer). 1580 Industrial St., Los Angeles.

SoulfulofNoise introduces soulful Sundays

The biggest and one of the most dynamic open mic nights will be on June 5 (and the first Sunday of every month) at Sola Beehive. From 2 to 6 p.m., Soulful Sunday beckons poets, rappers, singers, etc. to showcase their talents in front of crowds. A variety of vendors will be onsite. General admission is $20 (available online only); a VIP table for four is $300. 1000 E. 60th St., Los Angeles. Search “Happy Sundays” on

‘Talking Back to Power: Projects by Aram Han Sifuentes’ at Skirball Cultural Center

Artist Aram Han Sifuentes delves into the American immigrant experience – her own and others’ – through “Talking Back to Power” at the Skirball Cultural Center. The must-see collection of apparel, banners and quilts, sculptures and more showcases the ways immigrants practice their own sense of belonging. Watch until September 4. 2701 N. Sepulveda Blvd., Los Angeles.

LoveShackFancy X Sophia Webster

Love Shack Fancy X Sophia Webster

(Love Shack Fancy X Sophia Webste)

Cult cottagecore brand LoveShackFancy has teamed up with accessories designer Sophia Webster for a spring (and summer) capsule collection. Parts – including pumps, heels, laces and sandals – combine LoveShackFancy’s super feminine floral prints with a Sophia Webster silhouette featuring 3-D flowers and butterflies. Prices range from $550 to $900.;

‘Troy Montes-Michie: Rock of Eye’ at CAAM

Troy Montes-Michie: Rock of Eye' at CAAM: (TM080) Troy Montes-Michie This body is not a fortress #5

Troy Montes-Michie: Rock of Eye’ at CAAM: (TM080) Troy Montes-Michie This Body Is Not a Fortress #5, 2019 Cut Paper, Acrylic, Ink, Wax Pencil, and Tape on Textile Paper 17.25 x 10.75 in 43.82 x 27.31 cm. Framed: 20.25 x 14.25 inches 51.44 x 36.20 cm.

(Allow Artists and Company Galleries, New York)

The African American Museum in California explains: “To sew a ‘rock of eye’ style garment ‘is to rely on contouring in the editing process – that is, on experience versus mathematical measurement. . Artist Troy Montes-Michie’s new exhibition takes an in-depth look at this idea through the connection of bodies, a sense of place and history. “Rock of Eye,” Montes-Michie’s first personal museum program, features collage, painting, sculpture and more. Watch until September 4. 600 State Drive, Los Angeles.

‘Takashi Murakami: Stepping on the Tail of the Rainbow’ at Broad

On May 21, “Takashi Murakami: Stepping on the Tail of the Rainbow” premiered at Broad. Murakami is world-famous for his colorful Pop Art sculptures and paintings depicting fantasy worlds, and he is a lover of art, streetwear, and Angelenos. fashion mind. The exhibition displays 18 works, including the massive painting “100 Arhats” (2013), 32 m wide. Watch until September 25. 221 S. Grand Ave., Los Angeles.

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