For those that have been living under a rock, the MOCA in Los Angeles is currently hosting the Art in The Streets exhibition. For those that have seen it, I am sure that you can agree with me when I say that the show was just BONKERS. The lineup of artists was impressive to say the least, the exhibition was innovative, the energy throughout the MOCA is intense, and the walk through street art history is mind blowing. I made the drive from Las Vegas to Los Angeles, and the trip was well worth it. However, my camera AND my cell phone both decided to take a nap when I got there, so what I was able to capture was only about 15 minutes worth of snaps. It’s better than nothing however, so CHECK OUT MY FLICKR now to see the few shows I was able to capture.
For some better and more extensive coverage of Art In The Streets exhibition and the action that has taken place around it, check out these images, videos and articles below:
Street Art At MOCA
Graffiti Control Systems Buffed Mural
Who Is Graffiti Control Systems?
L.A.’s street art pioneers paint a colorful history
Lee’s Mural at MOCA
French Taggers Sought In Little Tokyo
The Museum of Contemporary Art’s New Show Celebrates Vandalism
Arrested Motion’s Pre-Show Photo Coverage
Arrested Motion’s Spotlight on Swoon
OS Gemeos’ Coverage
Daily DuJour CoverageThe Hundreds Coverage
S. Butterfly’s Flickr: MOCA Opening Party |Art in the Streets
Heraty Law’s Flickr Images