"JonOne: West Side Stories" is the latest solo exhibition from this New York–based, L.A.-appreciating street art star — and the first solo show in Fabien Castanier's fancy new digs in Culver City. The gallery relocated after years of being the coolest thing in Studio City, so not only the artist but also the dealer has a Westside story to tell. In any case, you can expect plenty of the big, bold, bright, brand new and emotional from both of them, as JonOne has been making exceptionally vibrant compositions in his signature style, combining explosive, calligraphic abstraction with florid color fields and art-historical elegance. In his confident and zesty brushwork and mysterious almost-language, JonOne uses influences as disparate as his youth in 1980s New York City and later exposure to the less-mean streets of the Paris art world at the turn of the new century. And lately, to that cocktail of inspirations, the artist has added the unbridled freedom, sunny spirit and penchant for experimentation that Los Angeles famously affords to artists. How does that number go again? "The air is humming, and something great is coming…" Fabien Castanier Gallery, 2919 La Cienega Blvd., Culver City; Sat., June 7, 7-10 p.m.; free. Exhibition continues Tue.-Sat., 10 a.m.-6 p.m., through July 12. (310) 876-3529, castaniergallery.com.