MOCA’s “A New Sculpturalism” architecture show stalls and restarts amidst a dispute over its curatorial direction. LA architects discuss why they don’t want to be “sculpturalists,” even as they showcase work in an art museum; and they give us a taste of LA’s ongoing experimentation and its effect on the architecture of tomorrow. With Frank Gehry, Thom Mayne, Neil Denari, Christopher Mount, Christopher Hawthorne, Georgina Huljich, Marcelo Spina, Elena Manferdini, Benjamin Ball, Tom Wiscombe, and Michael Webb.
MOCA, Drama and 'A New Sculpturalism'
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Drama in the Making of 'A New Sculpturalism'
A couple years back, MOCA brought in a visiting curator, Christopher Mount, to create a show of LA architecture dating back 25 years. The Getty granted the museum almost...