For the second day in a row, we're rebelling against our evil overlords to post another event listing. Because its summer, and we're slowing things down, and our only other news so far today involves a strike that no one seems to care about, or even notice.
Curbed LA's favorite archistud, Lorcan O'Herlihy and 99 other Los Angeles architects, artists and "celebrities" (does Mark the Cobrasnake actually count as a celebrity?) were given disposable cameras and sent out into the wilds of our city to shoot one 11x14 print. LAXART, the newish non-profit gallery in Culver City has mounted each print in an exhibition titled One Shot: 100x100 and will be sold Thursday night at a party. The fun part? You won't know who took which photo until the end of the night, but you have a 1/100 chance of owning a Lorcan, or a piece by Eric Owen Moss or Jennifer Siegel. If you're really lucky, maybe you'll end up with the Brett Ratner. Oh, and if that prospect terrifies you, just keep telling yourself its for a good cause - proceeds go towards the gallery's arts programs.