The only Art in your life is that slimy uncle on your mom’s side.
For something a bit easier on the eyes, head to Eighth Veil, the new contemporary gallery and publishing house founded by Nicole Katz and Kane Austin.
Housed in an original 1920s art deco storefront, the space is primed for exhibitions by both emerging and more established artists such as Wes Lang, Ryan Schneider, and Jibade-Khalil Huffman. Tonight, you can admire the photographic montages and collages by Daniel Newman in the premiere show.
The adjoining printing press is raring to go. Soon, in addition to the works on the walls, you’ll be able to browse handcrafted books, catalogs, and posters to take home.
Hey, you’ve got to art somewhere.
Eighth Veil, 7174 Sunset Boulevard, between North Formosa Avenue and North Detroit Street, Hollywood (323-645-6639 or eighthveil.org). Opening reception, Friday, 6-9 p.m., exhibiting Charlie Foxtrot, by Daniel Newman.