Events by Region
June 28 through September 21, 2014
MOCA co-owns Drumroll, the video installation artist-director Steve McQueen won the Turner Prize for in 1999, and showed it once in 2005. It's showing it again, now that McQueen is a famous Oscar winner (for 12 Years a Slave).
May 31 through September 28, 2014
Les Leverett was a staff photographer at the Grand Old Opry for three decades. Leigh Wiener photographed John Cash looking rough and tumble. They're in the show and featured in the half-hour documentary that will play at the center of the Annenberg's weird, circular space -- lots of photographers and musicians talking shop.
August 23 through September 27, 2014
Artist Sterling Ruby, known for his drippy stalagmite sculptures, curated this show that’s about the relationship (the trainwreck?) between photography and sculpture. It’s called “Trains” because, according to the all-caps press release, “THE EXHIBITION WILL BE LAID OUT IN LINES” but “THE BOUNDARIES ARE DERAILED,” among other reasons.
July 4 through September 19, 2014
323 Projects is a call-in gallery -- "exhibitions" are pre-recorded. Alex Schub is playing with call-waiting structures in this show, debuting custom hold music and inventing new "we're sorry we missed your call" type messages.