While Los Angeles celebrates alternatives in motion – space flights and bicycles, these days – we’re moving closer to celebrating The City of Angels, 6 hours away but drawing nearer. Greater L.A. will be New York’s first survey of art being made in L.A. right now – and we’re very serious about that right now, since the exhibition – an association of 45 artists, 3 organizers, and 14,000 sq. feet of space – is a late-night brainchild all of 6 months old. And as we’re teaching it to walk, talk, light and install, our west coast contingent has dispersed: L.A. native Edgar Arceneaux’s Miracles and Jokes, Circle Disk Rotation and 22 Lost Signs of the Zodiac is in its second month at Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit, and Mark Grotjahn’s work comes to New York early, part of Gagosian Gallery’s “invigorating” Malevich and the American Legacy. Meanwhile, back at the ranch, Olga Koumoundouros’ vibrant solo show “Poor Pension Math” is up at Susan Vielmetter Los Angeles Projects.