Shelley Leopold's story on MOCA's upcoming “Art in the Streets” show — sure to be the definitive story on the exhibit — is now posted online.
Shelley, the Weekly's resident street art expert, captures the clash between the street art/graffiti world and the museum world, and the difficulty of bringing the two together. As she writes:
…some artists, the ones who have done the most damage on the streets, are less able to translate their work to a gallery or museum setting. Much of the wow factor in street art is the prowess of placement and surprise of discovery.
The story will appear in print on Thursday, alongside a guide to other street art exhibits going on around town. We'll also be posting lots more street art content online throughout the next few weeks. Stay tuned…
Read “Street Art at MOCA“
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