Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles (MOCA)

  • Gabourey Sidibe stood inside the “#kerryjamesmarshall” exhibit here in May 2017.
  • Kerry Washington came to the Kerry James Marshall: Mastry exhibit in April 2017 and encouraged, “Stare at this painting. Zoom in. Spend some time. What do u see? Now go see it IN PERSON!”
  • The opening of the Kerry James Marshall: Mastry in March 2017 brought out the likes of Tracee Ellis Ross and Serayah.
  • Eliza Dushku said she was “#DavidLynch” obsessed” when she checked out his exhibit here in January 2017.
  • Lily Allen observed a Richard Nixon-inspired piece of “Art” here in December 2016.
  • America Ferrera had fun posing with the artwork here in October 2016.
  • Scooter Braun checked out the Doug Aitken: Electric Earth exhibit in September 2016, stood by the 100 YRS wall sign and shared, “This one was special for me.”
  • Tina Knowles Lawson stood in front of the “Airplane Parts” sculpture in the MOCA courtyard in November 2016.
  • Repeat visitor Autumn Reeser “loved John Baldessari’s ‘This Is Not To Be Looked At’ piece of work at MOCA in August 2015.
  • Autumn Reeser said she “Took myself on a date downtown to see some art” here in July 2015.
  • Kelly Rowland and Solange Knowles brought their immediate families — as well as Blue Ivy Carter — with them to the Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles (MOCA) in April 2015. Kelly Rowland pointed out “All of the lights” on a MOCA exhibit and Solange Knowles said she was “Experiencing greatness with two of my favorite people” (son Julez and niece Blue) at the Kahlil Joseph: Double Conscience exhibit.

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