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Memorial at MOCA planned for artist Craig Kauffman [Updated]


[Updated at 11:48 a.m.: An earlier version of the post incorrectly said that the service would be open to the public. It will be a private service.]

A private memorial service for artist Craig Kauffman will held on July 21 at the Museum of Contemporary Art, 250 S. Grand Ave., Los Angeles, according to Jay Belloli, who organized a show of Kauffman's work in 2008 at the Armory Center for the Arts in Pasadena.

Kauffman, known for his bubble-like plastic wall pieces, died May 9 at 78.

-- Claire Noland

Top photo: Craig Kauffman in 1998. Credit: Rob Gauthier / Los Angeles Times

Bottom photo: "Untitled Wall Relief (cast by the artist from the irreparably damaged 'Untitled Wall Relief,' 1967), 2008" Credit: Frank Lloyd Gallery


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