Catherine Opie, Bo from Being and Having (detail) 1991
MOCA Masks (#MOCAmasks) are a collection of limited-production, artist-designed face masks. Each purchase directly supports The Museum of Contemporary Art.
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Our masks are designed for comfort and ease of wear without sacrificing on safety. With one closed loop at the top and ties at the bottom, this mask can be put on effortlessly and tied securely when needed. Made with two layers of fabric, featuring a pocket on the inside with open sides, customers can insert their own filter for extra protection.
This mask shape is meant to fit a wide range of faces comfortably and securely, including children over 10 years old.
Catherine Opie (b. 1961, Sandusky, Ohio) is one of the preeminent artists of her generation working with photography. She earned a BFA from SFAI in 1985 and an MFA from CalArts in 1988. Her work is held in over 50 major collections throughout the world. She is the recipient of numerous awards, including The Guggenheim Fellowship, The Smithsonian’s Archives of American Art Medal and a United States Artists Fellowship. She is the Lynda and Stewart Resnick endowed Chair in Art and Professor of Photography at UCLA.
- Sublimation print on 100% polyester micro-fiber with 100% cotton lining.
- Cotton thread.
- Non-medical grade face mask, not intended for clinical use.
- Closed loop on top, tie on the bottom.
- Wash before first use and after every wear. Hand wash with detergent and line dry, do not bleach.
- Our masks are handmade by Citizens of Humanity in Los Angeles, CA.
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Sales of all face masks are FINAL.
© Catherine Opie, Courtesy of Regen Projects, Los Angeles and Lehmann Maupin, New York, Hong Kong and Seoul