Hello and Good Morning to you! Hope everyone’s Christmas was a nice and wonderful one. Mine was peaceful. I’m back with a few things to post today, like what’s going on at Moca, Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles. Here’s a peek at what they have in store for January 2019.
Credit source: MOCA
EVERY THURSDAY: 5:30PM & 6:30PM
EVERY SATURDAY AND SUNDAY: 12PM & 2PM
JAN 3, 2019 @ The Geffen Contemporary at MOCA
On the occasion of Laura Owens at The Geffen Contemporary at MOCA, painter Rebecca Morris addresses the exhibition and her take on the medium of painting as employed by fellow painter Owens.
JAN 10, 2019 @MOCA Grand Avenue
One Day at a Time: Manny Farber and Termite Art is inspired by artist Manny Farber’s call for an art of “both observing and being in the world.” Presented in conjunction with Kahlil Joseph’s film Fly Paper, which is the subject of a companion exhibition at MOCA Pacific Design Center, this program presents experimental film and video works by Cleon Arrey, Micah Ariel Watson, and Huey Amaru that employ the constituent parts of Joseph’s practice, namely observation, musicality, and a documentary impulse.
JAN 12, 2019 @MOCA Grand Avenue
JAN 13, 2019 @MOCA Grand Avenue
JAN 17, 2019 @MOCA Grand Avenue
On the occasion of One Day at a Time: Manny Farber and Termite Art, filmmaker, artist, and teacher Jason Simon, a former student of Farber’s, has organized a film series inspired by Farber’s teaching. The third installment in the series features shorts by Jared Buckhiester, Jonathas de Andrade, Kahlil Joseph, and Dani Leventhal.
JAN 20, 2019 @MOCA Grand Avenue
Painter Jordan Casteel will give a public tour of works in One Day at a Time: Manny Farber and Termite Art that speak to concerns of the quotidian, including her own.
JAN 24, 2019 @The Geffen Contemporary at MOCA
In connection to Zoe Leonard: Survey, an exhibition highlighting Leonard’s rigorous, questioning attention to the politics and conditions of image making and display, Leonard and artist and writer Gregg Bordowitz discuss the retrospective as a format, as part of their longstanding friendship and dialogue.
JAN 31, 2019 @MOCA Grand Avenue
Want to know more about MOCA? Go to www.moca.org to get the information, that is if you live in LA.
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