My apologies for giving you the wrong live-listening link on my last post. But you can now hear me (lead-off witness, coming back again near the end), LA Times art critic Christopher Knight and Robert Storr, dean of Yale University’s School of Art, discussing the future of LA MOCA, pegged to Paul Schimmel‘s recent, sudden departure from its chief curatorship. Just click the arrow, below. (Or you can hear us on Southern California public radio KCRWs website, by clickng the blue “Listen” box, here. And you can also leave a comment.) Ours was the first segment in this evening’s “Which Way, LA?”, hosted by Warren Olney.
Notwithstanding Warren’s introduction, I wasn’t physically in Los Angeles for this occasion (although I wish I was).
I’ll have much more reporting and analysis of MOCA”s financial situation in an upcoming post.