|Cuándo:||07 oct de 2019 - 11 may de 2020|
|Inauguración:||07 oct de 2019|
|Dónde:||Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) / 250 South Grand Avenue / Los Angeles, California, Estados Unidos|
|Organizada por:||Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA)|
|Artistas participantes:||Gala Porras-Kim|
For her exhibition at MOCA, Porras-Kim seeks to explore the ways in which museums act as stewards of the art it owns. Her exhibition brings together a diverse set of artworks (and other ephemeral materials) to shed light on the role the museum and its staff of curators, registrars, and conservators play in the life of the works in its permanent collection. To do so, she has sought out artworks that challenge the perception that a museum’s permanent collection is comprised of immutable objects frozen in time. Using artworks that are ephemeral, transitional, malleable, decaying, or even made to expire, Porras-Kim’s exhibition will showcase the ways in which museums play an active role in the conservation, display methods, archiving, interpretation, and even the physical form of the works in its permanent collection.
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