Tag Archives: MOCA Los Angeles

OOF BOOKS RECEPTION

OOF Books—the Los Angeles–based bookshop “dedicated to art books, rare books, and the art of the book, known for both its selection and programming with prominent emerging artists including Cassi Namoda, Tyler Matthew Oyer, and Katherina Olschbaur“—has opened a pop-up at the Geffen Contemporary at MOCA.*

This week, join founder Christie Hayden at the opening reception.

OOF BOOKS OPENING*

Thursday, September 12, from 5 pm to 8 pm.

OOF BOOKS POP-UP

Through January 6.

Geffen Contemporary at MOCA

152 North Central Avenue, downtown Los Angeles.

From top: Cassi Namoda, Crab Curry Sunday, 2017, watercolor on paper, image courtesy and © the artist; Tyler Matthew Oyer, Calling All Divas, 2018, curtain Installation, image courtesy and © the artist; Lucy R. Lippard, Changing: Essays in Art Criticism, 1971, cover image courtesy and © Dutton; shop image courtesy and © OOF Books.

MIKE KELLEY AT MOCA LOS ANGELES

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This weekend the Mike Kelley retrospective opens at MOCA. The exhibition travelled from the Stedelijk Museum in Amsterdam to MoMA/PS1 in New York, and it ends in his hometown of Los Angeles. This is the largest exhibition of Kelley’s work, spanning his career from 1974 to early 2012. It features, “…drawings on paper, sculpture, performance, music, video, photography, and painting – exploring themes as diverse as American class relations, sexuality, repressed memory, systems of religion and transcendence, and post-punk politics…” The exhibition runs from March 31 – July 28, 2014 at The Geffin Contemporary.

Member’s Preview

Sunday March 30th from 1-6pm.

1pm – Dancers will perform Mike Kelley and choreographer Anita Pace’s Pansy Metal/Clovered Hoof from 1989

3pm – Performance by Kim Gordon and Jutta Koether