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VOTERS RALLY AT MOCA GEFFEN

On behalf of For Freedoms—a national collective for creative citizenship—and their 50 State Initiative, join Klaus Biesenbach, Aja MonetAlex EbertBrigette Lundy-PaineMadame GandhiBeau SiaPhilip AgnewJammal LemyKristina WongMuna MalikKifah ShahAmir WhitakerBamby Salcedo, and Dave Driscoll for the VOTE FOR YOUR LIVES rally this week in Little Tokyo.

 

VOTE FOR YOUR LIVES RALLY

Thursday, November 1, from 5:30 pm to 7 pm.

MOCA Geffen, 152 North Central Avenue, downtown Los Angeles.

Image courtesy of For Freedoms and the Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles.

RAFA ESPARZA IN PERFORMANCE

This weekend—in a three-part PST: Live Art LA/LA performance—Rafa Esparza presents CUMBRE, his “meditation on bridges and bodies of waters as sites of connection and healing, as well as spaces of division and risk” as a means of investigating histories of immigration to and through downtown Los Angeles.*

 

RAFA ESPARZA—CUMBRE: LOOK AS FAR AS YOU CAN SEE IN EVERY DIRECTION, NORTH AND SOUTH, EAST AND WEST, Sunday, January 21, at 3 pm.

GEFFEN CONTEMPORARY AT MOCA, 152 North Central Avenue, downtown Los Angeles.

*moca.org/program/rafa-esparza-cumbre

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Rafa Esparza in 2015. Image credit: Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions. Photograph by Barbara Davidson.

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CHILL

Relax this Saturday at QUIET MORNINGS—ART x MINDFULNESS, MOCA’s “one-of-a-kind event, pairing a guided meditation exercise with the opportunity to experience Adrián Villar RojasTHE THEATER OF DISAPPEARANCE.”

This morning meditation is a Flavorpill project.

 

QUIET MORNINGS—ART X MINDFULNESS, Saturday, November 11, at 9:30 am.

ADRIÁN VILLAR ROJAS—THE THEATER OF DISAPPEARANCE, through May 13, 2018.

GEFFEN CONTEMPORARY AT MOCA, 152 North Central Avenue, downtown Los Angeles.

moca.org/program/quiet-mornings-art-x-mindfulness

Bottom: Adrián Villar Rojas, The Art of Disappearance. Image credit: MOCA.

Quiet Mornings: Art x Mindfulness @ MOCA
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WEEKLY WRAP UP | SEPT. 8-12

Masonic Temple, Glendale, CA

Masonic Temple, Glendale, CA

This week we watched the films of Owen Land at HRLA; announced Patti Smith and her band at Fondation Cartier; announced the performance series Step and Repeat at MoCA Geffen; attended Secret Recipe‘s exhibition HaFo SaFo at 3 Days Awake in L.A.; stopped by Matias Faldbakken at Standard (Oslo); announced Clément Rodzielski at Chantal Crousel; invited you to participate in Marcos Lutyens‘ K-Tanglement hosted by Kunstverein; stopped by Jonathan Binet at Gaudel de Stampa; and featured Thank You For Coming, an experimental food and art space in L.A.