The American Museum of Ceramic Art (AMOCA) in Pomona is one of only a few museums in the nation devoted exclusively to ceramic art and historic innovations in ceramic technology.
The 51,000 square foot facility features a ceramics studio as well as a permanent collection featuring more than 7,000 objects. The museum also plays host to traveling exhibitions, like “Dirk Staschke: Nature Morte.”
The lavish sculptures on display in “Nature Morte” are inspired by the Flemish and Dutch Vanitas still-life paintings of the 16th and 17th centuries and are a commentary on contemporary craving, overconsumption and excess.
Our Concetta DeLuco takes us inside the exhibition this week on California Life. You can check out her story below!
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