July 26, 2013
MOCA’s YouTube channel has gained an international following airing interviews, documentaries, video art and an animated series.
The "Arrested Development" actress explores contemporary artists' rarely seen creative spaces.
As part of "A New Sculpturalism: Contemporary Architecture From Southern California," MOCA rounded up interviews with prominent architects.
The artist goes into detail on the creation of her large-scale works.
A look at the installation of the L.A.-based artist's show "Teeny Tiny Women" at the Pacific Design Center.
The street artist's curated list of YouTube videos that have served as his inspirations, including those featuring Saul Bass, Blondie and George Clinton.
The making of "YES," the artist's 2013 project in which he invited 1,500 people to fill the Geffen Contemporary with their own clay sculptures.