Ghebaly Gallery, the space run by François Ghebaly, started out in Chinatown, moved into a muffler shop in Culver City in 2009 and now has an impressively big space by the Dames and Games nightclub downtown, adjacent to the space the young-and-growing Night Gallery opened in January. It'll wait to renovate until this first show, Neil Beloufa's “Speaking About Best,” is over. Right now, there's just one funny found-object in the cavernous, garagelike main space, with everything else installed in smaller side spaces. In one gallery are Beloufa's outlet sculptures, funny terrains carved on wood and framed and hung like a painting, with pristine white outlets installed in them and cords hanging down. In another, two flat-screens installed amidst a hodgepodge of materials just a bit too twisted to be functional play his Real Estate videos, in which an eager agent tries to sell the same tiny apartment to a wide range of prospects, changing the pitch each time. 2245 E. Washington Blvd.; through Nov. 2. (310) 280-0777,

Tuesdays-Saturdays. Starts: Sept. 7. Continues through Nov. 2, 2013

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