Museum of Temporary Art
May 17 - August 31, 2012
Thursday, May 17, 6-8:30pm
See Line Gallery presents Museum of Temporary Art curated by Janet Levy, an evolving group exhibition in homage to Janet Schmuckal and MOTA. Featured artists are referencing time, space and temporariness. The exhibition includes works on paper, posters, monoprints, photography, objects, collage, video, painting and sculpture.
Nathan Bell, Jesse Benson, Scott Benzel, Travis Boyer, Matthew Brandt, Deanne Cheuk, Michael Coleman, Chris Eichenseer, Jared Eberhardt & Cody Hudson, Alexandra Grant, Katherine Gray, Matthew Greene, Edgar Heap of Birds, Wendy Heldmann, Matthew Hoffman,Chad Kouri, Jow, Karen Lofgren, Matt MacFarland, Christian Morin, Thomas Muller, Eamon O’Kane, Zack Stadel
MOTA was a pioneer alternative venue for the arts between 1974 and 1982, located in Washington, DC. Founder Janet Bell Schmuckal was the heart and soul of MOTA during its existence. MOTA was a cultural museum functioning as a multi-media press, a community arts program, a small press collection and a multi-media performance space.
In conjunction with the Museum of Temporary Art, curator Janet Levy will assemble a pop-up Janet & Janet Shop at For Your Art space located at 6020 Wilshire Boulevard, LA opening August 24, 2012.