Artist Aaron Wrinkle transferred his studio into Actual Size's small Chinatown gallery, installing his own ceiling tiles, paintings and worn Persian rug. It looks like a shrine to 20th-century art history — you think of Miró, Picasso, Matisse, and then skip ahead a few decades to pop minimalist Baldessari and exhibitionist–pack rat Jason Rhoades. And all these references seem cozily at home with each other. 741 New High St., Chinatown; through Jan. 21. (213) 290-5458,

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