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Silver Lake plays host to a charitable food and drink smorgasbord this week. The fifth edition of the Eastside Food Festival fea- turesatroveofvendorsaswellaslivemusic and educational demonstrations and talks. Confirmed restaurants include Kismet, El Cochinito, Fat Dragon, Little Beast, Stick Rice, Bourbon Steak, Jeni’s Ice Cream, Ven- tura Spirits and a couple dozen more; better yet, it’s all-you-can-eat and all-inclusive with your ticket. Further your foodie journey with a mixology demonstration from Rossoblu bar director and mixologist Brynn Smith and a panel on “The New Expression of Wine.” Neil Frances, Alex Winston and The Radio Fliers will perform, with a yet-to- be-unveiled special guest as well. VIP tickets get you in an hour early, and proceeds help PATH, which supports homeless Angelenos. Mack Sennett Studios, 1215 Bates Ave., Silver Lake; Sun., Oct. 21, 4-7 p.m.; $69, $95 VIP. eastsidefoodfest.com. —AveRy BIssett
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Clash of Styles
This early-evening salon might be plainly titled “An Evening With Female Artists: Catherine Opie and Marilyn Minter” buttherelikelywon’tbeadullmoment
as these two provocative and disparate
artists exchange words and ideas. Minter’s work is rich with sensual, glittery imag-
ery, such as her close-up views of colorful, sparkle-encrusted eyes, vibrantly luscious lips and perilous high heels frozen moodily in midstep. Opie’s fine-art photographs are contrastingly austere portraits in which her non-glamorized subjects of all genders and body types are the stark and primary focus. And yet both artists upend the idea of what
is considered sexual and beautiful with their own distinctively dramatic flair. Marciano Art Foundation, 4357 Wilshire Blvd., L.A.; Mon., Oct. 22, 5:30 p.m.; $70-$500. (424) 204-7555, eventbrite.com/e/an-evening-with- female-artists-catherine-opie-and-marilyn-
minter-tickets-50050356965?mc_eid=%5BU- NIQID%5D&mc_cid=51eee5a855. —FAllINg JAmes
tue 10/23 ARt/POlItICs
Ace Ventura: Political Cartoonist
Actor and secretly deadly serious court jester to the world Jim Carrey has taken up
a practice in visual art in recent years. His giant and well-stocked painting studio is the envy of oil-and-canvas lovers everywhere, but it’s been his work as a political cartoonist that has truly caught fire and revealed the best part of his newfound skills to a global audience of adoring Instagram fans. He brings the same full-on intensity, fearless dark comedy, gift for mimicry and knack for emphatic satire from his performances to his pen and paper, creating haunting, hilarious, supremely funny and utterly unsettling ed- itorial pictures. The many works on display in “IndigNation” at tony Eastside gallery Maccarone have been made in the last two years, and are timed to be on view through the upcoming midterm election (It’s Nov. 6! Register!). Spoiler alert: Carrey isn’t exactly 45’s biggest fan. Maccarone, 300 S. Mission Road, Boyle Heights; Tue.-Sat., 11 a.m.-6 p.m.; runs thru Dec. 1; free. (323) 406-2587, maccarone.net. —shANA Nys DAmBROt
PhOtOgRAPhy
The Man in Black-and-White
In the new book Johnny Cash at Folsom & San Quentin: Photographs by Jim Marshall, which includes a great foreword by singer Marty Stuart and text by Scott B. Bomar, there is, of course, a chapter dedicated to “The Finger.” Accounts of why Cash flipped the bird have always varied, and the infamous shot wasn’t really widely used until the 1990s. But it’s just one of many black-and-white
and color images of Cash performing in prisons in 1968 and 1969 that are featured in the Grammy Museum’s new exhibit, “The Prison Concerts: Folsom and San Quentin (Jim Marshall’s Photographs of Johnny Cash).” Marshall, who died in 2010, was
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OCT 23
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OCT 28
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