The Museum Shop at MOCA Jacksonville

It’s the premier destination for those seeking hand-crafted gifts and jewelry, as well as a comprehensive selection of contemporary art books—all inspired by the works of art in the collections and from past and current exhibitions. All purchases support MOCA’s exhibitions, educational programming, and activities. MOCA members receive a 10 percent discount on all regularly priced store items. Visa, MasterCard, American Express and Discover are accepted. Shipping is available.

Featured Items Available In Store

Firefly Jewelry

MOCA is the only premier retailer in the Jacksonville area of unique Firefly “handmade” jewelry. The French ear wires are either sterling silver or gold fill. Posts are surgical steel. The Lever back earrings are on high quality Euro wires which are either antiqued brass or silver-plated antiqued brass. Bracelets are 7” long. Necklaces are 16” (17’ w, extension) unless otherwise noted. The necklaces are either made with silk thread, antiqued steel or antiqued brass chain. The intricately embellished mosaics are inset with a combination of Swarovski crystals and various other materials. Firefly is privileged to be integrating the world’s finest crystal into its designs: Swarovski. Firefly loves color and Swarovski Elements precision-cut crystal comes in such a wide palette of innovative colors that it inspires their imagination for new designs.


Mark Licari: Drawing with an Appetite by Mark Licari and Kristine McKenna

Project Atrium Mark Licari fills the Haskell Atrium Gallery. His most recent work entitled Waterworks, is a testament to the transitory nature of all things. While his drawing will not last, this 180-page catalog of work can be yours to fully explore his imagination. Introduction and interview by Kristine McKenna. Published in 2006 by Honor Fraser Gallery, Los Angeles, California.


Shared Vision: The Sondra Gilman and Celso Gonzalez-Falla Collection of Photography

The Shared Vision exhibition is accompanied by a fully illustrated catalog published by MOCA and produced by the Aperture Foundation. This catalog features selected photographs from the exhibition with historical context about each image and its photographer, remarks by co-curators Ben Thompson and Paul Karabinis and an exclusive interview with the collectors, Sondra Gilman and Celso Gonzalez-Falla.

In addition to this commemorative publication, The Museum Shop will also feature an intriguing selection of books related to photography.


High Fashion Crime Scenes by Melanie Pullen

Melanie Pullen’s long-awaited first monograph, High Fashion Crime Scenes, presents her breathtakingly beautiful works based on vintage crime scene images, first-hand accounts, and documents Pullen mined from the files of the LAPD. In 2002, drawn to the rich details and compelling stories preserved in the criminal records, Melanie Pullen began restaging the events, outfitting the “victims” (her selected models) in current haute couture, and photographing them in her staged settings. To create this work, Pullen at times enlisted the help of up to sixty people per shoot: set builders, makeup artists, models, stylists and stunt crews, among others. Her models have included the actresses Rachel Miner and Juliet Lewis. The collection of more than one hundred images has received considerable critical acclaim in the national and international press. High Fashion Crime Scenes is presented in an oversized format, richly printed and machine varnished on matt art paper. Texts by Luke Crisell, Robert Enright and Colin Westerbeck.
There are a limited number of signed copies available.