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Harmony Holiday on Henry Taylor: B Side

Image credit: Henry Taylor, See Alice Jump, 2011, © Henry Taylor, courtesy the artist and Hauser & Wirth. Photo by Joshua White.

Harmony Holiday on Henry Taylor: B Side

Member Event

MOCA members at the Contributing level and above are invited to a walkthrough of Henry Taylor: B Side led by artist Harmony Holiday. Holiday is a writer, dancer, and experimental filmmaker whose work surveys ancestry, death and rebirth, and celebrity. Guiding a tour through a selection of the works on view, Holiday will share reflections drawing on her own artistic practice.

An invitation with event details will be emailed to members at the Contributing level ($200) and above. Memberships can be purchased or renewed online. If you would like to upgrade an existing membership, please contact the Membership Department at

About Harmony Holiday
Harmony is a writer, dancer, archivist, filmmaker and the author of 5 collections of poetry including Hollywood Forever and Maafa (April 2022). She curates an archive of griot poetics and a related performance series at LA’s music and archive venue 2220arts, a space she runs with several friends. She has received the Motherwell Prize from Fence Books, a Ruth Lilly Poetry Fellowship, a NYFA fellowship, a Schomburg Fellowship, a California Book Award, a research fellowship from Harvard University, and a teaching fellowship from University of California, Berkeley. She’s currently working on a collection of essays for Duke University Press, and a biography of Abbey Lincoln, in addition to other writing, film, and curatorial projects.