Anina Troesch and Renaud Jerez: "stinky. The water is Rotten."

Anina Troesch and Renaud Jerez: "stinky. The water is Rotten."

Courtesy MOCA, photo by Brian Forrest Anina Troesch and Renaud Jerez's stinky. The water is Rotten

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2016-12-13 04:00:00
Every Mon., Tue., Wed., Thu., Fri., Sat., Sun. until December 18
Free

Location Info:

Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA Grand Avenue)
250 S. Grand Ave.
Los Angeles, CA  90012
213-626-6222
Paradise Garage, the space run by artists Pentti Monkkonen and Liz Craft, has taken over the storefront windows in the plaza above MOCA Grand Avenue. It’s part of MOCA’s ongoing “storefront” series, where local art spaces curate that modestly sized, glass-enclosed plaza space. They invited two artists, Switzerland's Anina Troesch and Berlin-based Renaud Jerez, who installed a large image of cartoon monster eyes — a "museum-sized monster" according to the wall text. The eyes look best at night, glowing orange and white, aggressive enough to see from a distance.

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