Black Sheep Talks: Mark Skwarek from Museum of Contemporary Cuts on Vimeo.

Black Sheep Talks, a production of the Museum of Contemporary Cuts (MoCC) and Art Administration @ Boston University, launches its first podcast with an interview of augmented reality artist Mark Skwarek.  Mark Skwarek is an artist working to bridge the gap between virtual and physical world with augmented reality. His […]

“Ba, ba, black sheep, and all the rest of it! Here’s a poor tainted mutton for you, without the wind being in the least tempered to him!” (Edmund Yates, Black Sheep, 1868) The Museum of Contemporary Cuts (MoCC) in collaboration with Arts Administration @ Boston University is proud to present the […]

THE SOCIAL is the title of the 4th International Association for Visual Culture Biennial Conference (IAVC2016@Boston). You can visit the conference site at OCR Visual Culture 2016. IAVC2016@Boston invites papers, presentations, interventions, collaborations, and events from researchers, artists, academics, curators, and activists on post- democracy, post-society, anger, violence, future visions, crisis, […]

The Cuts Have Been Made: Welcome to the Aesthetic of Capitalistic Vampirism is the title of a panel which will see Lanfranco Aceti in conversation with Bill Balaskas, Mark Fisher and Irini Papadimitriou. The panel will reflect and discuss the recent issue CUT published by the Journal of Visual Culture. The […]

Following the launch of the special issue CUT with the Journal of Visual Culture, the Museum of Contemporary Cuts is happy to announce Cut Out or Cut In? A Reflection on Contemporary Insurrectional Art and Media. This is the talk and panel that will launch the special issue titled “CUT” of […]



The Museum of Contemporary Cuts is proud to announce CUT the themed issue of Journal of Visual Culture. The issue is a collaboration set up by the Museum of Contemporary Cuts and is supported by Boston University and Kalfayan Galleries, Athens – Thessaloniki. International contributors provide a range of perspectives on the contemporary crisis […]



Soma is a new series of artworks by Lanfranco Aceti exhibited at Supermarket 2015 in Stockholm which focuses on the use of the human body and the contradictions and failures of contemporary social politics in Europe. Soma consists of an installation, a series of drawings, texts (oil paint on canvas) […]



Executed, the new exhibition at the Museum of Contemporary Cuts, runs parallel to Executive Chair by artists Haydn Jones, Fabio Lattanzi Antinori, and Jonathan Munro at Guest Projects in London. The exhibition, themed around issues related to the corporate world and corporate discourses, offers different perspectives on the nature of […]

The Situation is an exhibition by Oliver Ressler for the Museum of Contemporary Cuts (MoCC). Curated by Lanfranco Aceti in collaboration with Jonathan Munro the exhibition presents a series of artworks by Oliver Ressler that engage with the contemporary social crisis. Ressler has worked on the theme of the contemporary post-postcapitalistic […]

National Panties is an exhibition, presented by Museum of Contemporary Cuts at Contemporary Istanbul, of Lanfranco Aceti’s recent artworks that focus on issues related to contemporary economic disparities and social crisis. Curated by Gulsen Bal, the exhibition is composed of a site specific installation and three new video works titled Present which follow the Financial Triptych exhibited […]

The exhibition Capital Failures at the Contemporary Istanbul art fair will showcase a selection of artworks by British artist Jordan McKenzie. The exhibition is part of an international collaboration that questions contemporary aesthetic practices and definitions of capital. Curated by Lanfranco Aceti, the selection of artworks provides the viewer with alternative perspectives […]

My Estate of Mind is a new exhibition for the Museum of Contemporary Cuts by the British artist Jordan McKenzie. In his artworks McKenzie explores the relationship between hierarchical systems of power, mythological representations of grandeur and the constantly incumbent presence of these systems in people’s daily lives. The artist pierces […]

No Rest for the Wicked is a curatorial project presented at ArtInternational in Istanbul by Lanfranco Aceti. The project will showcase recent artworks by Bill Balaskas as well as a series of exhibitions and art projects developed by MoCC (Museum of Contemporary Cuts) since 2012. No Rest for the Wicked […]

“For mankynde in this do pre[ex]cel chiefli brute beaftes becaufe thei helpe one another by mutual communication.” Thomas More, Utopia, ed. Edward Artber (London: A. Murray & son, 1869), 18. Suggestions for Art That Could Be Called Red is the new exhibition by the Museum of Contemporary Cuts (MoCC), curated […]

The Museum of Contemporary Cuts in collaboration with the Internet of Cars presents Car Park, a new public space intervention and participatory performance by Lanfranco Aceti to be held in Southampton from the 7th to the 11th of June, 2014. We are looking for people to model ‘like cars’ in Southampton’s public square. […]