I wasn't sure how kid-friendly MOCA's 'Under the Big Black Sun: California Art 1974–1981' was going to be compared to the wildly colorful and blockbuster success of 'Art in the Streets'. Aside from a few exhibits guards advised I steer her away from, Lulu seemed to really enjoy the survey exhibition, stopping a long time to observe French artist, Guy de Cointet's installation. The performance video captured her attention and she stood to watch and listen for awhile. I'm not sure she understood any of it, but who's to guess? Lulu also openly enjoyed the punk-rock segment.
Even though a lot of the work was young-spirited, it really wasn't for the young. Needless to say, I'll keep bringing Lulu back to the museum until she doesn't want to go on her own accord.