Time Is Running Out to See moCa Cleveland’s 50th Anniversary Shows

Through Sun 8/11

You don’t have much time left to check out moCa Cleveland’s group of 50th anniversary exhibitions, which close Sun 8/11.

They include Sunrise, a display of artworks (including works by Lichtenstein, Warhol and Grooms) meaningful to moCa’s three founders, Marjorie Talalay, Nina Sundell and Agnes Gund, chosen by their daughters; a display of portraits of people connected to moCa’s early years by noted Cleveland native photographer Abe Frajndlich, Sondra Perry’s A Terrible Thing, a group of video and installation works; and Lee Mingwei’s You Are Not a Stranger, a noted Taiwanese artist whose first solo U.S. museum show was presented by MoCa 20 years ago. These important works show the range of his interests including photography, sculpture, installation and video, including four of his best-known works: Sonic Blossom (2013), The Moving Garden (2009), The Mending Project (2009) and 100 Days of Lily (1995), all but the last interactive.

And now that moCa’s admission is free at all times for everyone, you have no excuse not to stop by!

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