October 17, 2005 - Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego - On view this fall
October 17, 2005

On view this fall

Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego

Raymond Pettibon creates a site-specific work for the Museum’s
Foster Gallery in La Jolla. MCASD La Jolla
700 Prospect Street, La Jolla
MCASD Downtown
1001 Kettner Blvd, San Diego

www.mcasd.org

MCASD La Jolla
700 Prospect Street, La Jolla www.mcasd.org
Southern Exposure
September 18, 2005 through January 3, 2006
Featuring over four decades of work made by artists from Los Angeles to the Mexican border, Southern Exposure draws from the Museums permanent collection to showcase the diversity and aesthetic innovation of contemporary art making in the region.
Raymond Pettibon
September 18 through September 3, 2006
Los Angeles-based artist Raymond Pettibon, known for his loose, illustration-like works that combine pop culture and comic-book style with art history and literature, has created a new large-scale wall drawing in the galleries.

MCASD Downtown
1001 Kettner Blvd, San Diego www.mcasd.org
Barbara Kruger, Twelve
October 1 through December 11, 2005 Twelve is a provocative new video installation from the 2005 recipient of the prestigious Golden Lion for Lifetime Achievement award from the Venice Biennale.
Fresh, New Art From UCSD
September 24 through October 23, 2005
From mock documentary to a new take on border art, Fresh presents work by artists in the visual arts graduate program at the University of California, San Diego.
Cerca Series: Michael Arcega
October 30 through December 11, 2005
With a uniquely humorous take on the politics of identity, Bay Area artist Michael Arcega presents El Conquistadorka fully-functional replica of a Spanish galleon, made of manila folders, rope, nylon, glue, and foam.

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