Archive for the ‘museums’ Category

Defiant Chronicles is the second exhibition organized by MOLAA for The Collaborative, the Museum’s new satellite space located in downtown Long Beach. The exhibition focuses on representing current strategies for artistic production derived and influenced by urban and street art including graffiti, stencil and stickers. The exhibition is comprised of two multi-mixed media installations by […]


A  sneak peek into our galleries as we finish installing works of art from our upcoming exhibition, Mexico: Expected/Unexpected. Beginning this Sunday, February 20 through May 15, 2011, you will have the opportunity to view the exhibition. The  works of art are  from the Isabel and Agustin Coppel Collection, one of the most comprehensive contemporary […]


The Siqueiros exhibition is currently being installed in our galleries. This is a behind the scenes sneak peek of some of the works you can expect to see beginning  September 12!


MOLAA joins the Museo de Arte Carrillo Gil (MACG), Mexico City, in presenting Siqueiros Paisajista / Siqueiros: Landscape Painter, an exhibition that reveals the renowned Mexican muralist David Alfaro Siqueiros as a major landscape painter. This exhibition, which will be on view from Sept. 12, 2009 – January 30, 2011, is  the first of its […]


(The artist installing her work.) Entre tú y la imagen de ti a mí llega / Between You and the Image of You That Reaches Me by Mexican conceptual and installation artist, Mariana Castillo-Deball is currently on view through September 12, 2010. Her installation pieces revolve around two important figures of Aztec mythology: Coatlique, the […]


Last week our members had the opportunity to see the works by Mexican conceptual artist Felipe Ehrenberg at the opening of Manchuria:Peripheral Vision–A Felipe Ehrenberg Retrospective. The evening included music by DJ Chucuchu as well as a live performance by Felipe Ehrenberg and Guillermo Gomez-Peña. The exhibition will be on view until August 15. All […]


Last night En La Noche at MOLAA featured Fernando Llanos, leading Mexican video artist and curator of Manchuria: Peripheral Vision-A Felipe Ehrenberg Retrospective.  He gave a presentation on some of his work and also performed live with his band, mi:reyna.