Tag: Museum of Contemporary Art

Check out this short interview by VNA with photographer Martha Cooper at the Art In The Streets exhibit at the Museum of Contemporary Art in LA. Martha goes briefly into her long history photographing graffiti and train art and how it has transformed from something very underground to something that has crossed over into mainstream […]

I just got a copy of Art in the Streets in and I came across this video of legendary graffiti artists CornBread and TAKI 183 signing their walls at the Museum of Contemporary Art in LA. These two men with their simple tags inspired an entire generation of graffiti artists to plaster their own cities. […]

Johnny Le more or less filmed a walk-through of the Art In The Streets exhibit at the MoCA. This is worth watching as a supplement to the video I posted earlier. Man, I wish I was in LA…

I can’t be in LA for the Art In The Streets exhibit at the Museum of Contemporary Art, so here’s the next best thing: a video from Smashbox Digital of the event and an interview with 2 of its contributors.

KATSU-at-the-MoCA

Photo from 12ozProphet This is just hilarious. Graffiti artist KATSU created a huge, unauthorized spray tag in broad daylight on the side of the Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles where an exhibit on street art and graffiti entitled Art In The Streets is set to open on April 17th. There are reports that […]