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Last Chance to See As Far As The Eye Can See
A Lawrence Weiner piece graces the Vienna Skyline | Photo by Gastev via Flickr
If you've been waiting for the hype to die down and waiting for the crowds to thin before visiting the Lawrence Weiner retrospective, you've almost waited too long. Weiner's conceptual art show at the Geffen Contemporary at MOCA ends on Monday and this weekend is your last chance to get in and see As Far As the Eye Can See before all those fancy words are stripped from the walls and floors and ceilings.
Not sure if language as art is your thing? Tomorrow at 3pm, Morgan Fisher hosts an art talk to discuss the Weiner exhibit and to give context to Weiner's approach and the many works on display that span his 40-year career.
Still not sure? Make an afternoon or evening of it. The Geffen at MOCA is ideally situated in Little Tokyo, just blocks from divine shabu shabu, yummy spicy noodle houses, a great mochi bar and the fro-yo trifecta of Pinkberry, Ce Fiore, and Yogurtland. How can you resist?