Here’s a subjective roundup of exhibitions worth seeing this weekend on both coasts.  Los Angeles and New York are the focal points, but we’re open to recommendations for exhibitions in other cities—just add them to the comments below. And if you’ve got suggestions for upcoming exhibitions and events, send them to us at [email protected]

Pacific Standard Time: Art in L.A. 1945-1980 is a collaborative effort involving more than sixty museums and other cultural venues. Exploring the diverse threads of art in southern California from Pasadena to San Diego, this comprehensive initiative presents Los Angeles artists in depth. Of the sixty sites, we paid particular attention to:
 

Morning Glory Brooch/Pendant, Marcus & Co., American c. 1900, Plique a jour, gold. (Photo courtesy of Siegelson New York.)

International Art Jewelry 1895-1925 at The Forbes Galleries in New York presents an array of pieces representing the Arts and Crafts and Art Nouveau movements. This stunning collection contains pieces from Europe, Denmark, and America.  On view through March.

Photo via IFPDA.org.

 International Fine Print Dealers Association Print Fair 2011 at The Park Avenue Armory, New York showcases more than eighty dealers with works from Durer to Rembrandt and Picasso to Warhol. This weekend only, through Sunday, November 6.