Exhibitions at the Los Angeles Museum of Contemporary Art
The Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) Los Angeles is a renowned contemporary art museum with three locations within the greater LA area. MOCA Grand Avenue, the main branch of the museum, is located in the heart of downtown LA on Grand Avenue, just a few blocks from the famous Walt Disney Concert Hall. It displays more than 5,000 contemporary works of art by classic, upcoming, and mid-career artists from southern California and across the globe.
The Geffen Contemporary at MOCA is the biggest of the MOCA locations, sporting more than 55,000 square feet of exhibition floor space. Suitably, it exhibits large-scale sculptures, as well as electronic, multimedia, and conceptual installations. The third location is the 3,000-square foot MOCA at The Pacific Design Center in West Hollywood; it runs supplementary programs to complement its distinguished permanent collection and major exhibitions by well-known and upcoming contemporary artists.
Have you ever seen one of those perfectly timed photos that capture the exact moment someone begins to fall on their bum? With modern technology, it is not hard to capture that “perfect moment”. However, capturing that “perfect moment” in a live performance is nearly impossible; unless you are Xu Zhen. Chinese artist Xu Zhen […]
Xu Zhen’s In just a blink of an eye – Defying the laws of physics? Read More
Artist Chris Burden had a long history of including automobiles in his art. In his early career, he crucified himself atop VW Beetle (work titled Trans Fixed). Burden started to design and build 100 mph, and 100 mpg automobiles centered on intuition called the B-Car (bicycle-car). In his piece called Big Wheel, he used a
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Keith Haring’s teenage years Keith Haring was born in Reading Pennsylvania on May 4, 1958 and grew up in nearby Kutztown, Pennsylvania. His passion for art began at a young age and following high school graduation, he enrolled at the Ivy School of Professional Art in Pittsburgh for two semesters. Moving to NYC Haring then
Keith Haring painted on all of these cars Read More