The Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) was delighted to celebrate its 40th Anniversary at the 2019 Benefit at The Geffen Contemporary at MOCA on the evening of Saturday, May 18th, with nearly 700 artists and patrons in attendance. Honoring all of the artists who have played and will play such a vital contribution to the core mission of MOCA to engage and educate the public with contemporary art, the event
Open – Taking place on May 20th from noon to 6 p.m. at Google’s Venice Headquarters, Venice Art Walk & Auctions is the largest art walk in SoCal and the biggest public event held by the tech giant, which turns into a gallery space for the event. Free and open to all (family-friendly), guests can access to the work of 250 contemporary artists, including such luminaries as John Baldessari, Ed
Ticketed – David Lynch curates his second Festival of Disruption, bringing together his favorite artists to expand our consciousness through creativity. The festival will raise funds and awareness for his charitable Foundation, dedicated to eradicating post-traumatic stress through Transcendental Meditation. Music – Bon Iver, The Kills, TV On The Radio, Sharon Van Etten, Laura Marling, Reggie Watts DJs – Moby, Shepard Fairey Talks with Kristine McKenna: Ed Ruscha, Bill Pullman,
Ticketed – PHOTO16, the 2nd annual fine arts photography auction to benefit the AIDS Monument in Los Angeles will help us to accomplish just that. Join us on Thursday, October 6, 2016 for an exciting live and silent auction of over 90 iconic photographs from some of the most important photographers and collections around the world. Works by Antonio Lopez, Bruce Weber, Francois Nars, Dennis Hopper, Michael Childers, Christopher Makos,
Open – Gagosian Gallery is pleased to present “Ed Ruscha Books & Co.,” an exhibition of artists’ books by and after Ed Ruscha. The exhibition is organized by Gagosian director Bob Monk.
Patrons and supporters of The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles arrived at The Geffen Contemporary at MOCA on Saturday evening, May 14, 2016, to honor Ed Ruscha at its annual star-studded gala and this year’s edition was a particularly enthusiastic and energetic one. For this year’s event, the dining pavilion erected outside of The Geffen Contemporary was transformed into into an immersive setting remincent of Ed Ruscha’s Los Angeles–
Invite Only – This year’s MOCA Gala, chaired by Maurice Marciano and Lilly Tartikoff Karatz, will honor artist Ed Ruscha. Gala guests will enjoy a cocktail reception and view the recent exhibition Don’t Look Back: the 1990s at MOCA curated by Helen Molesworth. A special gala dinner by Wolfgang Puck and a musical performance by Flo Rida will follow the reception.
Saturday evening, February 21st, was an action-packed house at The LA Municipal Art Gallery in Barnsdall Park. Artists from all over joined forces to celebrate the Juxtapoz 20 Years Under The Influence Exhibition. The cause was to commemorate Juxtapoz Magazine 20 Year Anniversary, founded by artist Robert Williams in 1994. If you don’t know Robert Williams, watch his documentary Mr. Bitchin. He is an unavoidable part of the Art World,