Monday, June 20

Art In The Streets - MOCA


Finally made it down to MOCA's latest Art in the Streets exhibit. Just a heads up, Mondays are free until the exhibit goes away courtesy of Banksy.

With a great flow, beginning with information dating back to the turn of the century train yard workers all they way up to present times.

When I first walked in I was overwhelmed by how huge the space was. Expecting a few walls & a more information than pieces.

From all areas & all walks of life. The most crowded section was the Banksy area. Two of the many pieces below.

One of my favorites of the exhibit was getting to see the original design of the famous Sex Pistols cover for the album God Save the Queen.

History of the spray paint can. Fabulous wall display.

Really loved the colors on this 80's SF based artist.

Lastly, the always provocative... Ed Templeton Photo Wall

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