Cindy Bernard

MOCA Mobilization

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Artist and co-founder of MOCA Mobilization, a grassroots organization launched in 2008 to help support the museum’s independence

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The art world is all abuzz over the latest offer to help the Museum of Contemporary Art, with its world-class collection of works created since 1945.

MOCA, LACMA and Eli Broad

The art world is all abuzz over the latest offer to help the Museum of Contemporary Art, with its world-class collection of works created since 1945.

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