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In a tourist book we had read much acclaimed hype about this location. We visited on a Sunday and was there at opening time of 1000. The cost for us two is us to enter the MOCA was $20and at the sales desk we were...More
La MOCA is pretty small and just can't compete with The Broad. There are some quality works here, but, the collection and galleries as a whole are small in size and quality. Adding insult to injury is you have to pay to visit here and...More
We visited on a Thursday when the museum is free. Its a beautiful space, and feels very calm which is a rarity in LA. I liked the collection of works they had, but it is a small collection. I'm not sure I would pay entry...More
This one-story museum of modern art has more than its size would suggest. My favorites included works by Louise Nevelson, Claes Oldenbourg, Lari Pittman, Corita Kent, John Baldessari, and Franz Kline. At the time of visiting, Thursday evenings had free admission. The gift shop has...More
Came here when it was free one weekend. We did have to wait in line but it went by fairly quick. The art is very unique and you probably wont be able to find anything like it at other museums. Would reccommend.
Price was right--FREE on Saturday and perhaps all the time through March, check the website. Parking is amazing right in front. The building itself is a refurbished police garage! We enjoyed our visit because we lucked out and joined a very knowledgeable docent tour. Do...More
Check exhibition info online 1st! some good some crazy stuff! several bicycles clumped together is ART? A stroller is an ART? Two lawn blowers are ART too? come on, give me a break! But nice Miro painting and other surprise artists. $15.00 buy it all....More
As an art lover and an artist myself, I was extremely disappointed with this viewing experience. In fact, I would say I didn't even have one. Every time I wanted to get a better look or inspect the work closer, a docent was quick to...More
We went on Thursday night when it was free to get in. Focus was on an exhibition of Manny Farber. It was very well curated, and the works chosen to complement different aspects of Farber's work were perfect. Lovely
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