ACME. is pleased to present Brion Nuda Rosch's first solo exhibition in
Los Angeles. The exhibition will feature Rosch's new body of work, which
adeptly combines sculpture, painting and collage with a formal, yet
humorous ease. As the artist states: "This is an exhibit of portraits.
My head. My shoulder. My arm. My knee. My dick. Bong rips at the
community ceramics center and work tables turned to paintings."
Rosch lives and works in San Francisco, and his previous solo
exhibitions include DCKT Contemporary (New York), Eli Ridgway Gallery
(San Francisco), and Greg Kucera Gallery (Seattle), among others.
MOCA invites you to a screening of Episodes of Starlite, a five-film series directed by artist Frances Scholz, adapted from a 2011 cycle of stories by Mark von Schlegell. Episodes of Starlite inverts archetypes of the fantasy genre and art history, from the points of view of gender, art, and pure film-making.
The films feature an ensemble cast, with appearances by Leslie Allison, Paul Giamatti, Susan Howe, Sergej Jensen, Kasper König, and Julia Scher, among others; produced by Cosima von Bonin and stop/the/bus productions.
A conversation with Frances Scholz, Mark von Schlegell, and Julia Scher, moderated by MOCA Curator Bennett Simpson, will follow the screening.
SUNDAY MAY 19, 2013, 3PM
MOCA GRAND AVENUE AHMANSON AUDITORIUM 250 SOUTH GRAND AVENUE, LOS ANGELES, CA 90012
INFO 213 621 1745 or firstname.lastname@example.org FREE with musuem admission No RSVP required
History comes alive in Partisan, a dynamic collaboration between Shepard Fairey and Gary Baseman, featuring Ben Baseman – a freedom fighter who fought in the woods of Poland for over three years during World War II. Ben Baseman survived the mass murders that took place in 1941-42 in cities across Eastern Europe, including his hometown of Berezne. After losing his parents and many loved ones, he fought for freedom and miraculously survived. Ben Baseman lived to the age of 93, having raised four children in the Fairfax district of Los Angeles that includes the artist Gary Baseman.
Michelle shared this "Hello Kitty In Space" video with me knowing our family would enjoy the video tremendously (we did). While it's near identical to last year's "A Toy Train In Space" video, it's just as fascinating to see an every day object in near space propelled by a child's imagination and doing.
Lauren Rojas, a 13-year-old Californian sent Hello Kitty up into the atmosphere to test the effects of altitude on air pressure and temperature for her school's science fair. More about the video:
Cornerstone Christian school 7th grade science project. The effects of Altitude on air pressure and temperature. Cameras: GoPro Hero2 video footage. Edited By: Eddie Lacayo email@example.com Flight gear: High Altitude Science. Flight computer / Data acquisition: High Altitude Science. Tree Climber: Woodpecker Arborist.