To shake thing's up at the New York Museum of Contemporary Art, director Jeffrey Deitch will be hosting the MOCA 'Art in the Streets' Exhibition next year. As the United States' first major museum showcase of the history of graffiti, this display will be sure to attract a new audience.
The MOCA 'Art in the Streets' showcase will highlight notable LA and NYC murals and artists. From Europe, the famed Banksy and Space Invader will be participating in the exhibition that will review graffiti from the 1970s until present.
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The MOCA 'Art in the Streets' Exhibition Will Draw a New Crowd
1. Graffiti Art - Exploring the history of graffiti art through museum exhibitions presents opportunities to showcase the creativity and cultural impact of this art form.
2. Street Art Culture - Embracing and celebrating street art culture through museum exhibitions provides a platform for artists to gain recognition and broaden their audience.
3. Urban Aesthetics - Incorporating graffiti and street art into urban spaces can enhance the visual appeal and vibrancy of cities, creating opportunities for collaboration between artists and urban planners.
1. Museum and Art Galleries - Museums and art galleries have the opportunity to showcase the cultural significance of graffiti art and challenge traditional notions of what constitutes fine art.
2. Tourism and Travel - The inclusion of graffiti art in museum exhibitions can attract art enthusiasts and tourists interested in exploring the local street art scene, boosting tourism and supporting local economies.
3. Urban Development and Planning - Integrating graffiti and street art into urban spaces can foster creativity and community engagement, making cities more vibrant and appealing for residents and visitors alike.