FR MoCA reopens with a new collective exhibition, curated by artists Brittni Ann Harvey & Harry Gould Harvey IV, and gathers more than 50 artists and collectives. FR MoCA hopes to exist in a perpetual state of experimentation, seeking to question how Art institutions can best serve their host communities.Collective Exhibition #2
Curated by Brittni Ann Harvey & Harry Gould Harvey IVwith
Kaws, Barbara Krueger, Richard Renaldi, Norbert Garcia Jr., Jon Michael Lavoie, Devin Kyle Cuthbertson, PsychoEygyption, Big Brother, Pretty Boy Sate, Nonotnothing, Sirap, Blue Gregor
Apt 13’s A New Museum’s Triennial
Joshua Abelow, Dylan Ahern, Gene Beery, Maxime Belykh, Joshua Boulos, Andy Heck Boys, Drew Broderick, Brianly Castillo, Joey Cianci, Jacob Ciocci, Baijun Chen, Horacio Alcolea Crespo, Olive Diamond, Wallace Dibble, Raque Ford, Myls Forte, Audrey Gair, Jonathan Gean, Jackie Gendel, John Gianfrancesco, Wiley Guillot, Hector Muños-Guzmán, Erika Hickle, Jason Hirata, Parker Ito, Exene Karros, Zuzia Kiksa, Martin Kippenberger, Jackson Kneath, Amos Lemon, Nandi Loaf, Israel Lund, Adrienne Maki, Laura Marguiles, Kyung Me, Ian Miller, Mark Milloff, A.R. Penck, Michalis Pichler, Eli Ping, Lub Poeem
Michael Pollard, Jack Ryan, Eric Schmid, Lawrence Seward, Trevor Shimizu, Travess Smalley, Joe Speier, Jesse Sullivan, Matthew Thomas Voor, HC Westermann, Eamon Wagner, Guy Weiwei, Clara Wise, Roy Xu, Purvis Young
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Free admission. Limited capacity. Due to covid-19 all visitors must have their mask and guarantee minimum physical distance at all times.
The exhibition can be visited by appointment until September 19th.About FR MOCA
Fall River Museum of Contemporary Art is a cultural institution located on the ground floor of the present-day Merrow building, one of the historic granite mills located on Bedford Street in Fall River, Massachusetts. FR MoCA hopes to exist in a perpetual state of experimentation, seeking to question how Art institutions can best serve their host communities.