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Museum of Contemporary Art Honors Devo

 

As part of its new exhibition <em>The Artist’s Museum</em> – a showcase of work by more than 140 artists who have helped shape the artistic dialogue in Los Angeles over the past 30 years-The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles (MOCA), will honor Devo with an installation devoted to the beloved New Wave pioneers.

The installation, which will open October 31, consists of a wall of roughly 400 Devo’s red energy domes, as well as photos and video of the band. The exhibition represents the diversity and uniqueness of the Los Angeles community, and highlights important works from legendary L.A. artists who remain vital and influential alongside those emerging from renowned local art schools, visionary artists associated with various street cultures and subcultures, and crossover artists connected to performance, music, and film.

<em>The Artist’s Museum</em> will be on view at MOCA Grand Avenue and The Geffen Contemporary at MOCA through January 31.

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