Art Exhibits

Distinguished Voices: Lynne Tillman and Adam Pendleton

When: Thu., May 11 2017

Currently on view in MOCA Cleveland's Mueller Family Gallery and Rosalie + Morton Cohen Family Gallery, Adam Pendleton's Becoming Imperceptible includes dynamic wall-based graphic vinyl installations, a multichannel film installation, ceramic floor sculptures and framed silkscreens printed on mirror. The exhibition's title comes from the writings of Gilles Deleuze and Felix Guattari who claim that "to go unnoticed, is by no means easy." Becoming Imperceptible explores and re-contextualizes African, American and European aesthetic and cultural movements, including historic art movements such as Dada and Minimalism, as well as contemporary social concerns such as Black Lives Matter. From 7 to 10 tonight, MOCA Cleveland hosts Distinguished Voices: Lynne Tillman and Adam Pendleton. Joining Pendleton for this special conversation is acclaimed writer and critic Lynne Tillman, a Guggenheim Fellowship recipient with an influential career spanning more than 30 years. Moderating the discussion will be MOCA senior curator Andria Hickey. Tickets are $12 or free for MOCA Cleveland members and students with valid IDs. (Josh Usmani)


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