Posts Tagged ‘MOCA’

“Ice Queen” by SWOON – Los Angeles, CA

Saturday, June 4th, 2011

Swoon’s Ice Queen installation at the MOCA’s “Art in The Streets” Exhibit. One of the artists who helped with the installation explained to me that the piece was about Swoon’s Grandmother whom was nick named the Ice Queen. The foxes are a reference to experiments done in Russia to domesticate the silver fox.

CALL FOR STICKER ART! Special Delivery – Portland 2011

Wednesday, May 4th, 2011

Call for sticker art.
More info about the show… www.Portland.EndlessCanvas.com

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MEAR ONE – Los Angeles, CA

Saturday, April 30th, 2011

Mear One Moca exhibit.

Mear One’s installation at the MOCA Museum’s “Art In the Streets” exhibit.

BROADUM AND DEITCHEY, SAFEST SHOW ON EARTH – Los Angeles, CA

Monday, April 25th, 2011

Anti-Censorship of Blu.

There has been a lot of artistic response to Deitch’s choice to censor Blu’s anti-war mural painted on the side of the MOCA museum in LA for the “Art in the Streets” exhibit.

AMAZE – Los Angeles, CA

Thursday, April 21st, 2011


Twist and Amaze’s installation at the MOCA Museum’s “Art in the Streets” exhibit that opened last Saturday in Los Angeles.

“Mocaca, Out of the BLU” – Los Angeles, CA

Sunday, April 17th, 2011

Last night there was a performance art protest in front of the opening of MOCA’s “Art in the Streets” exhibit in Los Angeles. The performance was a Butoh dance criticizing the censorship of Blu’s anti-war mural that was buffed. Butoh is a conceptual dance form that started in Japan. The performers promoted dialog about the commercialization and exploitation of street art.

Video by CaneyheadPictures