Long Beach's Museum of Latin American Art - the only museum in the United States exclusively dedicated to modern and contemporary Latin American art - and Mondo Celluloid - a nonprofit organization dedicated to the celebration of cinema and to providing new and diverse ways of experiencing film in Long Beach - are teaming up to bring our community a fantastic night of live music and classic Latin American cinema as we present Alejandro Jodorowsky's legendary psychedelic work-of-art, 1970's EL TOPO, under the stars at MOLAA's beautiful outdoor Sculpture Garden!
This event starts at 7pm with a live performance by NOPAL - blending "psychedelia to regional Mexican music," NOPAL is the latest project by Lili De La Mora, former lead singer of the popular band The Year Zero.
Your ticket also allows you to explore the museum's latest exhibit, MANCHURIA: PERIPHERAL VISION - A Felipe Ehrenberg Retrospective, featuring over forty years' worth of dazzling multimedia works from one of Mexico's most influential and iconoclastic contemporary artists.
Tickets to this event are available by clicking here, or by calling the museum at (562) 437-1689(562) 437-1689
**Due to the mature subject matter, nudity, and violent imagery in El Topo, viewer discretion is advised.**
Official Website: http://mondocelluloid.com/cinemolaa-el-topo/
Added by la-underground on June 24, 2010