The Agenda: Blackman Cruz Auction, Market Street Prototyping, And DeKor & Co. Boutique



Blackman Cruz Preview

Blackman Cruz—the curated design collection, with a big following among A-list designers and celebrities, will put its coveted wares up for sale at the prestigious Wright auction house on April 21st in Chicago, but Angelenos will get first dibs during a special preview exhibition at the dealers’ showroom starting April 10. 

When: Preview, Friday 4/10–Tuesday 4/21 

Where: 836 Highland Avenue, Los Angeles



Market Street Prototyping 

Winning entries from the Market Street Prototyping experiment will take over the city’s main drag and become a reality for three days, from a visual and oral exploration of the city’s forgotten waterways to and interactive light installation that triggered by people’s footsteps.  

When: Thursday 4/9–Saturday 4/11

Where: Downtown stretch of Market Street, San Francisco

DeKor & Co.



DeKor & Co. 

A piece of Echo Park lands in Ojai with the opening of interior decorator Isabelle Dahlin’s new boutique DeKor & Co. The 2,500-square-foot space is chockablock with bohemian flair, from alpaca throws to an in-house tea bar with custom-made bistro tables and vintage chairs. 

When: Daily, 10am-6pm

Where: 105 South Montgomery Street, Ojai



Diana Al-Hadid “Ground and Figures”

Don’t miss the cutting-edge, Brooklyn-based artist’s site-specific installation, which will take the shape of a large, walk-through wall panel that incorporates landscapes and figures from old master paintings. Look out for “Synonym,” a sculptural cousin to an older work called “Antonym.”

When: Opening reception, 6-8pm, Saturday 4/11; Exhibit, Saturday 4/11–Saturday 5/16

Where: Oh Wow Gallery, 937 North La Cienega Boulevard, Los Angeles



Nate Boyce “Polyscroll” 

The San Francisco artist manipulates space in a show using 3D modeling, video, and sculpture. Consider it an exploration of our digital future in which computerized simulations take on a new reality. 

When: Through Sunday 4/5

Where: YBCA, 701 Mission Street, San Francisco 

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