Anna Betbeze's blankets of wool are monstrously large and gorgeously destroyed. Betbeze has dyed, washed, burned, bleached and torn them, then hung them loosely, so that some drag on the floor of Francois Ghebaly Gallery. The gallery is a former muffler shop with an exhibition space you have to climb down to, and it feels like you're descending into a fantastic psychedelic jungle that just survived a storm. 2600 S. La Cienega Blvd.; through July 7. (310) 280-0777, ghebaly.com.

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