See MOCA's 'Art In The Streets' Today For Free, On Banksy!

by Emily Green · June 13, 2011

    [Photo via] Happy extra gloomy Monday, everyone. How are we on this bleakest of mornings? If you're doing the sad Charlie Brown walk, here's at least one reason to be glad it's Monday: you can go see a bunch of sweet graffiti in MOCA's "Art In The Streets" exhibition for free, thanks to the ever elusive Banksy.

    As we reported last week, the world-renowned street artist busted a Robin Hood maneuver promising to cover the cost of admission every Monday for the next few months to the comprehensive street art collection currently on display. If you've been living under a rock, "Art In The Streets" is MOCA's controversial exhibition consisting of works by some of the biggest names in the street art world and, by all accounts, is a must-see. So, if Monday's got you down (and even if it doesn't), why not go soak up an entire exhibition dedicated to a form of art whose underlying message is "damn the man", for free? [Photo via]

    Go HERE for more on Banksy's promise to cover admission and HERE for more on Banksy and his activity around L.A.!