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Viva La Revolucion at MCASD

As many of you well know, San Diego is certainly the place to be this weekend. Comic Con aside, there are a bunch of great happenings about town, most notably, the Viva La Revolucion show that opened at the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego last weekend. With a veritable who's-who of the international street art scene, MCASD and guest curator Pedro Alonzo have brought the first massive and major street art show (of this magnitude) to a public institution. Of course, word on the street is that with his new appointment at MOCA, Jeffrey Deitch may well be planning something similar for Los Angeles residents in the next year or two.

Hi-Fructose friend and the Oakland Museum of California's marketing director, Adam Reed Rozan, went down a week early to catch the show's opening. Check out some of the photos he brought back with him after the jump.

As many of you well know, San Diego is certainly the place to be this weekend. Comic Con aside, there are a bunch of great happenings about town, most notably, the Viva La Revolucion show that opened at the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego last weekend. With a veritable who’s-who of the international street art scene, MCASD and guest curator Pedro Alonzo have brought the first massive and major street art show (of this magnitude) to a public institution. Of course, word on the street is that with his new appointment at MOCA, Jeffrey Deitch may well be planning something similar for Los Angeles residents in the next year or two.

Hi-Fructose friend and the Oakland Museum of California’s marketing director, Adam Reed Rozan, went down a week early to catch the show’s opening. Check out some of the photos he brought back with him, below.

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