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Article: Murakami @ l.a.'s moca (retrospective)


Murakami @ l.a.'s moca (retrospective)

Murakami One of the biggest exhibitions ever made around the Japanese contemporary artist Takashi Murakami, has just opened at the Moca (Museum of Contemporary Art) in Los Angeles. This exhibition lasts for several months and it is the unexpected opportunity to discover and appreciate the different worlds of the Master over many years with a delusional and gigantic staging. Murakami 1 Murakami 2 Murakami 3 Murakami 4 More images on the blog of The Hundreds where these clichés come from. More information on the exhibition itself on the site of the Moca

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