DEVO exhibition opens in Los Angeles

Exhibit features 400 of their iconic red energy domes

An exhibition featuring DEVO has opened in Los Angeles.

Housed at the Museum of Contemporary Art, it showcases a number of artists who have helped shape Los Angeles over the past 30 years.

Set to run until January 31, 2011, it includes over 400 of DEVO‘s iconic red energy domes, as well as photos and video of the band. For more information,


As previously reported, Devo have been forced to postpone their US tour after guitarist Bob Mothersbaugh severed a tendon in his hand.


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