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The Lodge / Los Angeles / Art

“We call it the most exclusive screening room in Hollywood,” says Aaron Peasley, one of the curators of a new exhibition at The Lodge, an old-school artists’ enclave owned by Ed Ruscha, who had his first studio there. “Anteroom” is a kind of anti-gallery exhibition that sees art rotating in and out, furniture inviting visitors to stay awhile, and curated films projected daily. Rotating “in” this month? Seungjin Yang’s “Blowing Series” armchair. A limited-edition lithograph of Ben Affleck in a mask by Simon Haas. And movies fitting of the times—Sunset Boulevard, Falling Down, Beyond the Valley of the Dolls. These days the gallery is a breath of life among closed storefronts: visitors are invited inside by appointment or are welcome to observe from the street. The collection can also be viewed online, on the Gallery Platform LA Web site. —J.V.

The Lodge 1024 N Western Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90029, United States
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