MOCA Curatorial Assistant Karlyn Olvido leads a walkthrough of Open House: Elliott Hundley, a collaboration between Los Angeles-based multimedia artist Elliott Hundley and MOCA Assistant Curator and Manager of Publications Bryan Barcena. Featuring a selection of works from MOCA’s extensive collection of over seven thousand objects, Open House: Elliott Hundley explores the architecture of collage and assemblage. Olvido walks visitors through the three themes of the exhibition: the poetry of found objects and detritus, the relationship between painting and collage, and the influence of digital media.
Lead underwriting for MOCA’s 40th anniversary exhibitions and programs is provided by Sean and Alexandra Parker.
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