We mourn the loss of Noah Davis. In all of his work he brought into form the complex beauty of life.


TONGUES UNTIED

NOW ON VIEW

TONGUES UNTIED

TONGUES UNTIED

THROUGH SEPTEMBER 13, 2015

MOCA PACIFIC DESIGN CENTER

SELECTIONS FROM THE PERMANENT COLLECTION: 1940–1980

SELECTIONS FROM THE PERMANENT COLLECTION: 1940–1980

THROUGH MAY 28, 2016

MOCA GRAND AVENUE

Tongues Untied
KELLY LAMB POP-UP

Kelly Lamb, Los Angeles-based artist, has worked across many disciplines, including sculpture, photography, video, and product and interior design, for the past twenty years. Her work has been widely shown in galleries throughout the world and MOCA Store has invited Kelly Lamb and her studio to set up shop at our Grand Avenue location.

09.05.15 3:00PM
MOCA GRAND AVENUE

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SUNDAY STUDIO

Join visitors of all ages for an afternoon at MOCA that includes family-friendly tours in the museum, hands-on projects on the MOCA Plaza, Toddler Town—a special space with activities for small hands—music, and food trucks. Visit moca.org for updates on projects, entertainment, and more. Join the fun!

09.06.15 1:00PM
MOCA GRAND AVENUE

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SCREENING: STAN VANDERBEEK: NEWSREEL OF DREAMS

Stan VanDerBeek embraced nearly every possibility for creating and combining pictures, from collage film and cut-out animation to early explorations with large-scale film installation. Trained at Black Mountain College, where he was influenced by John Cage, Merce Cunningham, Buckminster Fuller, and others, VanDerBeek joyfully combined forms—photography, film, music, video, dance— to arrive at unique syntheses and interdisciplinary projects.

09.10.15 7:00PM
MOCA GRAND AVENUE

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