Antoni Muntadas and Marshall Reese

July 18, 2016July 24, 2016

Aligned with the 2016 Republican National Convention, MOCA Cleveland is pleased to present Political Advertisement VIII: 1952-2012, on view Monday, July 18 – Sunday, July 24. This ongoing anthology is 30 years in-the- making; artists Antoni Muntadas and Marshall Reese continue to update and expand their video series with each election cycle. Currently in its 8th edition, Political Advertisement presents a continuous stream of more than 102 television commercials spanning 60 years of electioneering without commentary.

January 29, 2016May 8, 2016

The Plain Dealer's Steven Litt sees the current national mood and fraught political landscape in MOCA's Winter/Spring season: "It's clear that at least some of the artists whose works are on view are tapping into the same feelings emerging in the presidential debates. The experience is very much in the moment..." - Cleveland Plain Dealer, February 19, 2016.

January 29, 2016May 8, 2016

The Plain Dealer's Steven Litt sees the current national mood and fraught political landscape in MOCA's Winter/Spring season: "It's clear that at least some of the artists whose works are on view are tapping into the same feelings emerging in the presidential debates. The experience is very much in the moment..." - Cleveland Plain Dealer, February 19, 2016.

Huma Bhabha, Valérie Blass, Sascha Braunig, Antoine Catala, Ian Cheng, Simon Dybbroe Møller, Cécile B. Evans, Andro Wekua, and Lynette Yiadom-Boakye

January 29, 2016May 8, 2016

"Utterly captivates ... a crowning jewel and not to be missed."
Fresh Water Cleveland (2/2/2016)

January 29, 2016May 8, 2016

"One can lose oneself in both [Stranger and abduct]. Be ready to spend several hours -- maybe even several visits -- at MOCA Cle. . . . [An] embarrassment of riches."Cleveland Jewish News (2/2/2016)

September 25, 2015January 10, 2016

This exhibition surveys recent work by internationally-renowned artist Do Ho Suh. Suh creates architecturally scaled, fabric installations informed by his personal experiences, that recreate specific domestic spaces where he has lived, including his childhood home (a traditional hanok-style Korean house), a house in Rhode Island where he lived as a student, and his apartment in New York.

September 25, 2015January 10, 2016

This sound installation can be experienced in Stair A.

Fatima Al Qadiri is a New York-based artist, musician, and composer. Born in Dakar, Senegal, she grew up Kuwait, where her family is from, before moving to the United States after the first Gulf War. Her music mixes multiple influences, moving across time scales, cultures, and countries. 

September 17, 2015January 10, 2016
Note: OFF THE RULING CLASS is installed in MOCA's public event space. The installation will be unavailable for viewing at certain times. If you have questions about these instances, please contact the Museum and speak with a Visitor Services Associate. 
 
Nevet Yitzhak creates multi-media installations that absorb viewers in the construction of new narratives. Using found imagery and archival materials, her works challenge perceptions of the past and raise questions about history, conflict, and collective memory.
 
June 12, 2015September 5, 2015

How to Remain Human continues MOCA Cleveland’s focused engagement with artists connected to Cleveland and the surrounding region, including neighboring cities in Pennsylvania and Michigan. It features emerging, mid-career, and established artists, working across a wide variety of media, who question and affirm humanness.

June 6, 2015September 5, 2015
In his expansive drawing practice, Tony Lewis uses action and language to explore communication, presence, and authority. Focusing on graphite powder as a basic material element, his works emphasize the body through scale, tension, and imprint. Tony Lewis: nomenclature movement free pressure power weight is the artist’s first solo museum exhibition. In keeping with the process-driven, non-hierarchical nature of Lewis’ work, the word order of the exhibition’s title will be kept in flux.
 

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