Generously support by its patrons and art lovers, the opening of MOCA’s http://moca.org/museum/exhibitiondetail.php?&id=443″ target=”_blank”>Art in the Streets exhibition is not without criticisms. http://lapdonline.org” target=”_blank”>Los Angeles Police Department stated the increase in arrests relating to graffiti while residents in the surrounding neighborhood called the direction by http://moca.org/” target=”_blank”>Museum of Contemporary Art‘s new director, New York gallerist Jeffrey Deitch, as glorification of vandalism. Whatever side of the debate you might be on, you can still appreciate the artworks on display via another form on a Levi’s Trucker Jacket. 10 renowned artists and participants of the ongoing exhibition were asked to create extraordinary original artworks with http://levi.com” target=”_blank”>Levi’s signature denim jacket as canvas. Each was then store in a special http://freshnessmag.com/2011/04/19/moca-x-levis-trucker-jacket-collaborations-art-in-the-street-exhibition/” target=”_blank”>MOCA x Levi’s packaging and set to launch accordingly to the artists’s start in his or hers artistic journeys. Following Chaz Bojorquez, Crash, and one of the few female graf artist, Lady Pink, http://kennyscharf.com” target=”_blank”>Kenny Scharf started his exploration of murals and graffiti while still a student at School of Visual Arts in New York. Only 50 of the jackets were made with all proceeds from sales go onto charitable community causes headed by MOCA. The MOCA x Levi’s Trucker Jacket Collaborations by Kenny Scharf is exclusive availability now at Geffen Contemporary at MOCA.
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