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The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles

Categories: Art Museums, Museums
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3.5/5 based on 180+ reviews on the web
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  • I was going to start with the Broad but the general admission line on a Saturday was back around the block. They suggested I try MOCA-Grand, which was pleasantly uncrowded, so I had plenty of opportun...  read more »
  • This museum has a small, but great collection of modern art. If you like contemporary art, it is worth your time. We went on a thursday night with free entry. The Rothko collection is great. 
  • We went on a Sunday, found some close parking, enjoyed walking around and seeing the downtown buildings, and going into MOCA - - nice and spacious to see an interesting collection, including Pollock, ...  read more »
  • Great architectural buildings. Unique. A very memorable day! I loved the Pacific Design Center!
  • This MOCA location can be a hit or miss with their exhibitions. It's free so I cannot complain about that at all but the quality (at least in my opinion) is really unstable. You never know what you'll walk into. I've had the pleasure of working at the Pacific Design Center for 4.5 years before departing recently so I've had the chance to check out a few interesting exhibitions - both great and meh. Parking for this location would be located at the PDC building, which isn't free if you're not working there or having a meeting with a client in the green building. But definitely make your way here if you have an awesome artist you want to check out!
  • Two rooms of contemporary art in a Cesar Pelli-designed folly in the plaza of the PDC.
  • Small place but the pieces were great
  • Mixed bag - not a big space. Depends on what's up. At least it's free.
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