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MOCA Presents William Pope.L: Trinket

NOW ON VIEW

STURTEVANT: DOUBLE TROUBLE

STURTEVANT: DOUBLE TROUBLE

THROUGH JULY 27, 2015

MOCA GRAND AVENUE

WILLIAM POPE.L: TRINKET

WILLIAM POPE.L: TRINKET

THROUGH JUNE 28, 2015

THE GEFFEN CONTEMPORARY AT MOCA

KAHLIL JOSEPH: DOUBLE CONSCIENCE

KAHLIL JOSEPH: DOUBLE CONSCIENCE

THROUGH AUGUST 16, 2015

MOCA GRAND AVENUE

Bennett Simpson on William Pope.L: Trinket
MESS PROJECTIONS: A POETRY READING WITH DOUGLAS KEARNEY

L.A.-based poet, performer, librettist, and teacher Douglas Kearney reads selected works in conjunction with William Pope.L: Trinket. The author of three books, including 2009’s The Black Automaton (Fence Books) and 2014’s Patter (Red Hen Press), Kearney is known for his “performative typography” on the page and dynamic live readings.

05.28.15 7:00PM
THE GEFFEN CONTEMPORARY AT MOCA

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ARTISTS ON ARTISTS: ANDREA FRASER

Andrea Fraser’s work, writes Pierre Bourdieu, is able to “trigger a social mechanism, a sort of machine infernale whose operation causes the hidden truth of social reality to reveal itself.” Fraser engages with the monumental title-work of William Pope.L: Trinket as part of a performative lecture that inaugurates Artists on Artists, a new series that builds upon MOCA’s tradition of examining works and exhibitions through the voice of the artist.

06.04.15 7:00PM
THE GEFFEN CONTEMPORARY AT MOCA

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MEMBERS’ OPENING: TONGUES UNTIED

MOCA members get a first look of Tongues Untied with director Philippe Vergne and the exhibition organizer. Spend your Friday evening at the museum’s Pacific Design Center location, enjoy a hosted bar, and be among the first to see this new show. Self-parking is available in the Pacific Design Center lot. Enter from Melrose Avenue just east of San Vicente Boulevard. Cash only. $10 flat rate. Metered street parking is also available.

06.05.15 7:00PM
MOCA PACIFIC DESIGN CENTER

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