Los Angeles Museum of contemporary art

The only museum in Los Angeles devoted entirely to modern art, was founded in 1979. The museum's collection consists of 6,500 works of art in different genres, created after 1940. Today the exhibitions of the museum are located in three buildings: "Geffen Contemporary" - a former police garage reconstructed under the gallery in Little Tokyo, the main building on Grand Avenue and the center of the "Pacific Design" in Hollywood.
Address: 152 N Central Ave, Los Angeles
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  • Juan, 28-12-2012

    Thursdays after 5pm are free. Save some scratch for Japanese food in this neighborhood.

  • Roberta, 04-10-2011

    Under the Big Black Sun Exhibit - watch videos from the Cramps, X + more

  • DTELS LA, 09-08-2011

    See the exhibits for free every Thursday from 5-8pm.

  • Los Angeles, 14-07-2011

    Check out Art in the Streets @MOCAlosangeles. Go @metrolosangeles 2 Little Tokyo Gold Line #dtla - http://ht.ly/5Bx8v

  • K12 Inc, 01-07-2011

    Did you know? Before MOCA moved in, and architect Frank Gehry renovated, the Geffen Contemporary space was home to a hardware store and later, a city warehouse and police car garage.

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