Wish You Were Here

On View: June 15 - September 8, 2024

“Wish You Were Here” is MoCA Arlington’s resident artist summer exhibition, featuring new artworks by Kate Fleming, Emily Fussner, David Ignacio, Stephanie Lane, Marissa Long, Rebecca Rivas-Rogers, Johab Silva, Marisa Stratton, Olivia Tripp Morrow, Milan Warner, Bahar Yürükoğlu and Lianna Zaragoza.

Borrowing its title from the cliché sentence written on the back of postcards, the works in “Wish You Were Here” are anything but, inviting an expansive interpretation of the sentiment. Johab Silva’s humorous digital paintings and the colorful collages of Bahar Yürükoğlu feature scenes from sunny vacation destinations, while Marisa Stratton, David Ignacio and Emily Fussner depict people, places and things from the past. Kate Fleming and Stephanie Lane playfully examine objects that have undergone physical metamorphoses, while absence is given a physical presence in the installations and drawings of Marissa Long and Rebecca Rivas-Rogers.  Meanwhile, Olivia Tripp Morrow, Milan Warner and Lianna Zaragoza all pay homage to nature’s constant cycles of transformation in works of sculpture, painting and installation.


Closing Artist Talk
Saturday / September 7 / 6 pm

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Golden: Fifty Years of New Classics

UPCOMING: Opens June 15, 2024

Curated by Al Miner

Museum of Contemporary Art Arlington is proud to present Golden: Fifty Years of New Classics, an exhibition celebrating the organization’s 50th anniversary.

Summer Camp Registration

June 17 – August 16

Museum of Contemporary Art Arlington offers a wonderful and wide range of creative summer camps for your creative students! Camps are offered for kids starting at age 5 and up to teens ages 18.

Zaq Landsberg: Reclining Liberty

August 5, 2023 - July 28, 2024

Front Lawn
MoCA Arlington and Arlington Public Art are thrilled to co-sponsor the installation of Zaq Landsberg’s celebrated Reclining Liberty on the Museum’s front lawn.