MOCA inspires new ways of thinking through the cultivation, interpretation and exhibition of cutting-edge art of our time.
MOCA inspira formas nuevas del pensamiento por medio de la cultivación, interpretación, y exhibición del arte innovador de nuestro tiempo.
In conjunction with New York-based real estate development firm Macro Sea, MOCA will present three code-compliant, street legal mobile dumpster pools in the Great Hall, the former garage where Tucson’s Fire Department No. 1 parked their fire trucks. With twelve roll-up doors and sixteen-foot-high ceilings, the Great Hall is the perfect setting for this unlikely but eminently appropriate endeavor. In accordance with searing summers, Tucson is the ideal location for this combination of artful and inventive design and the pleasure of cooling off and swimming is unparalleled surroundings.
MOCA members may swim in the pools during regular business hours. For information on how to become a member and get pool access, see our membership page.
For the summer of 2015 MOCA has invited six artists to create site-specific installations in each of the East Wing’s six galleries. Each artist will have a room to transform and convert into a showcase for their singular artistic themes and motifs. The impetus is to use their creative foundations to fashion something completely new. These solo exhibitions will be an opportunity to expand upon previous concerns and achievements and create original, site-speicifc, up-to-date artistic environments with a minimum of curatorial interference in which freedom of expression and experimentation is paramount.
Artists include Eli Burke, Bryan Crow, Ishi Glinksy, Jessica James Lansdon, Andrew Shuta, and Jason Wright.
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MOCA is generously supported by the National Endowment for the Arts, The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, The Arizona Commission on the Arts, Cox Communications, and its members and patrons.