The GOETHE INSTITUT LOS ANGELES, in collaboration with LA ART MACHINE and supported by the GERMAN FOREIGN OFFICE, is proud to present VOX HUMANA featuring German graffiti legends MA’Claim (AKUT, TASSO, and CASE).
This historic art happening is two-fold. Arriving on Sept. 20, MA’Claim will begin a large-scale mural installation on the side of Boombang, a cutting edge, boutique design firm on the corner of Motor and Palms Ave,in Los Angeles. They will continue the mural through September 24. map it!
Then, on Sept. 25, a live art installation will take place at the Goethe Institut followed by a panel discussion with, MA’Claim, L.A. street artist RETNA, and infamous Swiss journalist and rabble-rouser, Tom Kummer.
September 20 through 24
3459 Motor Ave.
L.A., CA 90034
Wall Commissioned by the Goethe-Institut Los Angeles and sponsored by the German Foreign Office, Montana Paints, and Boombang.
Live Art Happening and Panel Discussion
GOETHE INSTITUT LOS ANGELES
5750 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 100
L.A., CA 90036
2:00 – 6:30 p.m. Live Painting
7:00 p.m. Conversation with Ma’Claim,
Retna and Tom Kummer
Tel. +1 323 5253388
Fax +1 323 9343597
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