Under the Big Black Sun: California Art 1974–1981

Last night, I attended the The Geffen Contemporary at MOCA for the members opening of Under the Big Black Sun: California Art 1974–1981.  The exhibit is an interesting collection of art, political documents and video from California during a turbulent time in our country’s history.  I’m going back to revisit once I have more time.  As someone born in the mid seventies, I don’t have many vivid memories of this period.  There were many pieces that I would have liked to spend more time reviewing.

Complementing the evening perfectly, Guest DJ Henry Rollins, played a great mix of punk and rock songs from the era.   The exhibit runs though February 13, 2012.

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About Christy Borgman

Professional photographer specializing in rock 'n roll and live concert/event photography. Visually expressing powerful music is my passion.
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