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.

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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.

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