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ICA Days at the ICA LA features projects from Days’ seven-iteration arc, as well as everyday objects with a sense of political purpose or play selected in response to the ICA LA’s current exhibitions. Discover items by designers/artists Megan Whitmarsh, Mansi Shah, The Wax Apple, Women’s Center for Creative Work, Seth Bogart, Fredericks & Mae, Surfboard C, and more within a colorful and energetic retail space. In addition to regular museum hours, Days presents programming and special collaborations in the space.

ICA Days

1717 E 7th St

Los Angeles, CA 90021

Wednesdays - Fridays 11-7pm

Saturdays - Sundays 11-6pm

Folding Days @ Eightfold Coffee is a retail installation of independent publications highlighting local small presses and makers. It acts as a small survey of recent printed works that focus on design, community, art, and Los Angeles. Bringing these projects together highlights the variety and richness of the creative community in LA.

Folding Days @ Eightfold Coffee

1294 Sunset Blvd.

Los Angeles, CA 90026

Open 7am–6pm Daily


Play Days: Wrong Edition

This Fall, Days extends its residency at ICA LA with Play Days: Wrong Edition. Responding to exhibitions No Wrong Holes: Thirty Years of Nayland Blake and Sadie Barnette: The New Eagle Creek Saloon, Days’ product selection and shop events draw inspiration from both artists’ boundary-transgressing practices and celebration of queer impulses through an open-platform investigation of (dis)embodiment, trans identity, queer futurity, subculture, community building, expressions of desire, and play through an array of objects, clothing, and language. 

Play Days: Wrong Edition marks Days' tenth iteration of reconfiguring retail with a creative vector.

About Days

Established in 2016, Los Angeles-based Days is an experimental retailer that curates independent projects around a conceptual theme, hosts thoughtful events, and provides support & feedback to participating makers. Since opening its first space, Days has collaborated with hundreds of artists and makers, and hosted over 200 events, presenting a flexible, forward-thinking model of retail untethered from a specific location or idea.