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Here Are The 15 Best Art Exhibitions Of 2014

As the year draws to a close, we’re looking back at the exhibitions that made our jaws drop, our heads spin and our eyes eternally grateful. Behold, in no particular order, the 15 best exhibitions of 2014.

…4. “Cameron: Songs for the Witch Woman” at MOCA…

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Observer

Deitch Projects Presents the Uncensored Story of LA Artist/Occultist Marjorie Cameron …as told by her friends, and her art

By Alanna Martinez

“Close friends of occultist, artist and iconic Los Angeles figure Marjorie Cameron gathered to share memories of the “Scarlet Woman” who starred in Kenneth Anger films and was married to rocket scientist Jack Parsons, amid a small but historic first East Coast survey of her artwork. The occasion for the panel on the woman and her work was a re-staging of the Los Angeles Museum of Contemporary Art survey, or at least a portion of it, at the dealer’s Grand Street space.”

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The Creators Project

The Trippy Art (and Trippier Life) of Occult Artist Marjorie Cameron

by Tanja M. Laden
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89.3 KPCC

Dark Arts: Artist, occultist Marjorie Cameron featured in new book, MOCA show

by Robert Garrova
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LA WEEKLY

Cameron’s Connections to Scientology and Powerful Men Once Drew Headlines, But Now Her Art Is Getting Its Due

by Tanya M. Laden
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ArtNews

JEFFREY DEITCH ON HIS GRAND RETURN TO HIS STORIED SOHO SPACE

by Nate Freeman
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Los Angeles Magazine

Cameron, L.A.’s Witchiest Woman, Gets a MOCA Retrospective A holy guardian angel meets her match in mid-20th century L.A.

by Lyle Zimskind
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Huffington Post

Meet Cameron, The Countercultural Icon Who Bewitched Los Angeles

by Priscilla Frank
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Huffington Post

How To Bring Out Your Inner Witch, According To Our Favorite Feminist Occult Artist Her name is Cameron, Cinderella of the Wastelands.

by Priscilla Frank
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The CReators Project

The Origins of Visionary Art in Los Angeles | City of the Seekers

by Tanja M. Laden
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The Guardian

Kenneth Anger: ‘The occult never quite goes away’

by Edward Helmore

At 88, the film-maker, writer and occultist is still creating his dark magic, and this weekend is showcasing the works of two women artists he knew – one of whom, he says, was ‘a genuine witch’

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ArtNetNews

Jeffrey Deitch to Restage LA MOCA Cameron Show at Old Gallery Space

by Sarah Cascone
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Paper Magazine

THE 10 MUST-SEE ART SHOWS OPENING THIS WEEK

by Gary Pini
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Huffington Post

12 Books That Will Lift You Up When You Are Down Sometimes you need a pick-me-up.

by Katherine Brooks
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KCET

Marjorie Cameron: Woman on the Verge

by Shana Nys Dambrot
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VOGUE

Vogue’s Fall Art Guide: 24 Shows to See This Season

by DODIE KAZANJIAN
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The Village Voice

Cameron: Cinderella of the Wastelands

By Brian Chidester
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Süddeutsche Zeitung

The Volcanoes of the West Coast Hardly anyone has heard of Cameron, Jay DeFeo and the other women artists of the Beat Generation. Now, at last, they are being rediscovered.

By Alexandra González
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MONOPOL MAGAZINE

Marjorie Cameron

by Mareike Nieberding
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The Guardian

Could it be magick? The occult returns to the art world

by Andy Battaglia
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