Cameron Exhibit at MOCA Closes January 18

The L.A. Weekly warns that MOCA’s Cameron retrospective will be closing at the end of the week, so if you’re in the L.A. area or able to make the trip there, this is your last chance.  The paper teases, “What—or rather, who—do British master of the dark arts Aleister Crowley, experimental filmmaker Kenneth Anger, and actor Dennis Hopper have in common? It’s not the beginning of an esoteric joke, but a statement of fact about the transfixing and mysterious L.A. artist Cameron, who knew and worked with all three. Despite the fact that her life and work influenced many prominent L.A. luminaries, Cameron’s oeuvre of paintings, drawings, and films remained largely under the radar both during her life and after her death in 1995. Until now, that is: since October, MOCA Pacific Design Center has presented an exhibition whose psychedelic emotional wallop belies its compact size. There’s just a few days left to catch Cameron: Songs for the Witch Woman, which closes January 18. – See more at:




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