October 7, 2017January 28, 2018

Jason Salavon (1970, Indiana) is a Chicago-based artist who designs computer programs and software that reconfigures data from the Internet such as search results, news headlines, and social media trends. Through photographic prints, digital animations, and real-time software installations, Salavon presents new ways of seeing and understanding the flow and construction of information in contemporary culture.

October 7, 2017January 28, 2018

MOCA will present the first US museum exhibition of this intimate collaborative installation by British artist Phil Collins (b. 1970, Runcorn, UK). The work features six listening booths housing 7” vinyl recordings of original songs that the artist created in collaboration with guests of a homeless shelter in Cologne, Germany, as well as with Collins’ vast network of musicians.

June 2, 2017September 17, 2017

Constant as the Sun is the third installment in MOCA Cleveland’s series of thematic group exhibitions focusing on artists working in or deeply connected to the region, including artists working in cities in Western Pennsylvania, Western New York, and Eastern Michigan. Presenting ten artists or artist collectives, the exhibition features new and recent work that explores diverse approaches to portraying, building, and connecting community.

June 2, 2017September 17, 2017

In My American Dream, his first solo museum exhibition, artist Keith Mayerson offers a distinctive view of the American Dream at a critical moment in our sociopolitical landscape. Presenting more than 100 paintings from a twenty-year body of work, My American Dream weaves together famous figures, iconic events, inspiring landscapes, and personal experiences into a vibrant cosmology.

June 2, 2017September 17, 2017

Lu Yang (b. 1984, Shanghai) creates provocative and imaginative work that interrogates what it means to be human in the 21st century. Lu’s videos, sculptures, and installations investigate how neuroscience, medical and digital technology, and the Internet are changing society. Through her exploration of digital culture and technology, Lu goes so far as to purport to “live” on the Internet.

January 27, 2017May 14, 2017

Adam Pendleton: Becoming Imperceptibleis the largest solo presentation of the artist’s work to date. The title of the exhibition is derived from the writings of Gilles Deleuze and Felix Guattari, who assert that “to go unnoticed, is by no means easy,” and positions Pendleton’s practice as a form of counter-portraiture. The works on view explore visual and cultural framing practices to re-contextualize European, African, and American aesthetic and cultural movements from Minimalism and Dada to Black Lives Matter.

January 27, 2017May 14, 2017
Turner prize-winning artist Jeremy Deller (1966, London, UK) has a powerful ability to connect the past and the present through the juxtaposition of imagery, objects, and music of all kinds with an uncommon levity. As a city grounded in its industrial and working class cultural identity, and with a strong relationship to the founding of Rock and Roll, Cleveland and its people resonate with many of Deller’s core interests. 
 
January 27, 2017May 14, 2017

Lisa Oppenheim: Spine is the artist’s first solo museum exhibition in the United States. Bringing together three bodies of work, the exhibition takes poetic inspiration from the notion of the spine and its relationship to the natural world, the body, and labor. 

January 27, 2017May 14, 2017
Artists Zarouhie Abdalian (1982, New Orleans, LA) and Joseph Rosenzweig (1981, Pascagoula, MS) collaborate to create site specific sound installations and performances. Their projects combine an interest in the history of experimental music with an examination of the interplay between architecture and social encounters. 
 

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