Felix Gonzalez-Torres, "Untitled" (A Corner of Baci), 1990, endless
supply of Baci chocolates individually wrapped in silver foil, ideal
weight: 42 lbs., dimensions variable. The Museum of Contemporary
Art, Los Angeles, purchased with funds provided by the Ruth and
Jake Bloom Young Artist Fund.Photo courtesy of MOCA.
MOCA is displaying a series of exhibitions that asks LA-based artists to explore the permanent collection. The latest in the Open House series is from Gala Porras-Kim. She explores the idea that art is ephemeral, it can be alive and then decay. That concept takes the form of a destroyed piano, and an edible display that encourages viewers to participate in its destruction.
Subscribe to the Art Insider newsletter
Your weekly recommendation of top exhibitions to check out in Los Angeles, curated by Lindsay Preston Zappas.