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MOCA is getting itself a rock that’s bigger and heavier than anyone else’s rock, LA Weekly reported yesterday. The project is a “collaboration” with a corporate entity which is handling the selection of the rock and all of the details around the presentation of the rock. MOCA’s involvement is limited to a James Franco performance [...]
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