Monday, October 08th, 2012

Museum of Contemporary Art Cleveland to open permanent home after 44 years on the move

You might call it the tale of the wandering museum. Or, with apologies to John Milton, "Paradise Regained."
 
The Museum of Contemporary Art Cleveland, which opened in a tiny storefront on Euclid Avenue in University Circle 44 years ago and then left in search of more space, has finally come...

http://www.cleveland.com/arts/index.ssf/2012/10/museum_of_contemporary_art_cle_9.html

Friday, October 05th, 2012

Architect Farshid Moussavi designed MOCA Cleveland as a city ornament, unfolding over time

With Frank Gehry, you get shiny curves. With Daniel Libeskind, you get jagged shards. And with Farshid Moussavi, you get something different every time.
 
The 47-year-old London architect, a native of Iran who has become a new rising star in the world of design, has avoided giving her buildings a...

http://www.cleveland.com/arts/index.ssf/2012/10/architect_farshid_moussavi_des.html

Thursday, October 04th, 2012

Uptown Project in University Circle Primed for its Public Debut

Following a spate of recent openings, the Uptown Cleveland project has more than doubled the number of stores and restaurants previously available along Euclid Avenue in University Circle. It also has brought high-end contemporary design to an area known for traditional, classic architecture.

"All of the...

http://freshwatercleveland.com/devnews/uptowncleveland100412.aspx

Thursday, October 04th, 2012

In Cleveland, a Flashy New Museum But an Even Better Neighborhood

Next Monday, the Cleveland's Museum of Contemporary Art will officially move into its new $27.3 million home on Euclid Avenue. Designed by Iranian-born and London-based architect Farshid Moussavi, the sophisticated, gem-shaped museum reminds visitors that Cleveland can still build the kinds of flashy cultural toys associated with bigger, wealthier...

http://www.theatlanticcities.com/neighborhoods/2012/10/cleveland-flashy-new-museum-even-better-neigh

Tuesday, October 02nd, 2012

Museum of Contemporary Art Cleveland readies new building for public debut

The Museum of Contemporary Art Cleveland, which opened in a tiny storefront on Euclid Avenue in University Circle 44 years ago and then left in search of more space, has finally come back to its roots.
 
On Monday, the museum showed off its striking new building at Euclid and Mayfield...

http://www.cleveland.com/arts/index.ssf/2012/10/museum_of_contemporary_art_cle_8.html

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