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MOCA’s Censorship of Anti-War Mural Protested

The latest act in the kabuki drama over Jeffrey Deitch‘s whitewashing of Blu‘s anti-war MOCA mural occurred Monday night, when about 20 veterans and self-described “art activists” showed up outside the Los Angeles museum to stage a laser graffiti event

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Artist Victor M. Montanez on MOCA’s Mural Controversy, Censorship and How Artists Help the Elite Censor Art & Culture

Source: OpEdnews.com By Kevin Gosztola A mural painted in Avondale, Chicago, that was later censored or whitewashed after a city official met with the owner of the building. by Corey Lewis * The following article is inspired by Chris Hedges’

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MOCA Los Angeles Censors Street Artist’s Commissioned Mural

This week has seen quite a whirlwind of censorship controversies. The protests at the Smithsonian have dominated the conversation, but yesterday Los Angeles’ Museum of Contemporary Art made its own censoring move. MOCA, newly headed by New York transplant Jeffrey

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