Winter/Spring Season Opening Night Celebration

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Museum of Contemporary Art Cleveland MOCA says
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Come celebrate a new year and a new season featuring Adam Pendleton: Becoming Imperceptible and Lisa Oppenheim: Spine. Becoming Imperceptible is the largest solo presentation of the artist’s work to date and it features works that layer aesthetic and cultural movements such as Minimalism, Dada, concrete poetry, and Black Lives Matter. Spine, Oppenheim’s first solo exhibition in the United States, brings together three bodies of photographic work and takes poetic inspiration from notion of the spine and its relationship to the natural world, the body, and labor.

7PM | ARTIST TALK Adam Pendleton and Lisa Oppenheim talk with MOCA Cleveland Senior Curator, Andria Hickey about their exhibitions.

7-10PM | OPEN ART STUDIO Create artwork inspired by the new exhibitions.

8–10PM | DJ Corey Grand + CASH BAR

Cover photo credits: (Left) Adam Pendleton, WE (we are not successive),2016, silkscreen ink on mirror polished stainless steel, dimensions variable. Courtesy of the artist and Pace Gallery. (Right) Lisa Oppenheim, Elizabeth Rudensky. Right dorsal curve. Scoliosis - real spinal case-bad. Showing wrong kind of occupation for this physical defect, 2016, Dye sublimation print on aluminum, diptych: Left panel 33 7/8 inches; Right panel 24 5/8 inches, 42 1/8 x 58 1/2 inches (overall). Courtesy of the artist and Tanya Bonakdar Gallery.
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By: Museum of Contemporary Art Cleveland MOCA

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