"5 Art Shows to See in L.A. This Week," by Catherine Wagley, LA Weekly
This summer, Mexico City–based artist Adela Goldbard made a series of papier-mâché sculptures that she’ll finally incinerate this weekend. The artist, who is interested in political violence as generative and destructive, burns her work often — she once burnt a fake Pemex Station and a microbus (she’ll burn another sculpted bus this time). Fireworks and explosives will rage for 25 minutes on the Pomona College Campus this weekend. 600 block, North Columbia Avenue, Claremont; Sat., Nov. 18, 7 p.m. (909) 621-8283, pomona.edu/museum.