Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA Pacific Design Center)
West Hollywood, CA 90069
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Young Artists Hope MOCA's Cameron Show Will Legitimize Art That Combines Feminism and Mysticism
8 months ago by Catherine Wagley
Last week, L.A. Times critic Christopher Knight reviewed MOCA's "Cameron: Songs for the Witch Woman," a show about the artist Marjorie Cameron, who went by just her last name and has been better known for her occult and cult-film in...
Steve McQueen's Drumroll at MOCA Shows Why He Became a Successful Mainstream Filmmaker
1 year ago by Catherine Wagley
The most impressive thing about Drumroll by Steve McQueen, the video artist who became an Oscar-winning director with 12 Years a Slave, is the way in which it gives an almost omniscient view of a big city without making that city se...
A Straight Guy, Gay Guy and a Straight Woman Walk Into a Museum... (NSFW)
2 years ago by L.J. Williamson
In Los Angeles in 1945, photographer Bob Mizer founded the Athletic Model Guild, a sort of home for wayward and hunky boys who didn't mind having their unclothed photos taken in the company of other men. Physique Pictorial, a small,...
Time lopes along
2 years ago by Catherine Wagley
Chris Johanson's exhibition at MOCA's Pacific Design Center satellite is called "Within the River of Time Is My Mind." Painted blue 2-by-4s with little wave marks on them run along the wall and ceiling from the downstairs galleries ...