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MOCA Presents Tongues Untied

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STURTEVANT: DOUBLE TROUBLE

STURTEVANT: DOUBLE TROUBLE

THROUGH JULY 27, 2015

MOCA GRAND AVENUE

KAHLIL JOSEPH: DOUBLE CONSCIENCE

KAHLIL JOSEPH: DOUBLE CONSCIENCE

THROUGH AUGUST 16, 2015

MOCA GRAND AVENUE

TONGUES UNTIED

TONGUES UNTIED

THROUGH SEPTEMBER 13, 2015

MOCA PACIFIC DESIGN CENTER

SELECTIONS FROM THE PERMANENT COLLECTION: 1940–1980

SELECTIONS FROM THE PERMANENT COLLECTION: 1940–1980

THROUGH OCTOBER 23, 2016

MOCA GRAND AVENUE

Bennett Simpson on William Pope.L: Trinket
SCREENING: JACK SMITH: THE WHOLE FANTASY

Los Angeles Filmforum at MOCA presents Jack Smith’s 16mm masterpiece Flaming Creatures (1962–63), an excessive celluloid celebration of polymorphous perversity and a major achievement of the New American Cinema. Smith’s little stab at “moldiness” was last presented at MOCA in conjunction with Roy Cohn/Jack Smith, a solo theater piece performed by Ron Vawter in 1992. This screening also features Scotch Tape (1959–62) and the rarely screened, unruly assemblage I Was a Male Yvonne DeCarlo (1967–70s).

07.09.15 7:00PM
MOCA GRAND AVENUE

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STEP AND REPEAT

Step and Repeat, a celebration of hybrid, convergent, and experimental artistic practices, returns to The Geffen for its second year and once again features live music, performance art, comedy, and poetry, along with sets from cutting-edge DJs, food trucks, and special installations in the MOCA Store. Performers include Nao Bustamante, Casey Jane Ellison, Juliana Huxtable, WAND, and Brent Weinbach, with more to come.

07.17.15 - 07.19.15 6:00PM
THE GEFFEN CONTEMPORARY AT MOCA

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