MOCA Grand Avenue
Located in downtown L.A., the MOCA Grand Avenue is the main venue of the Museum of Contemporary Art of Los Angeles.
Building and site
The MOCA Grand is located on Grand Avenue, close to the Walt Disney Concert Hall and The Broad museum. The 98,000 square feet, red stone-clad building, completed in 1987, was designed by Japanese architect Arata Isozaki.
What to see at MOCA Grand Avenue
The museum houses the MOCA’s permanent collection, composed of artworks by European and American artists created from the 1940s to the present day, including pieces by Jasper Johns, Jackson Pollock, Mark Rothko, Alberto Giacometti, Andy Warhol, Robert Rauschenberg, Claes Oldenburg, Antoni Tàpies, Nam June Paik, Glenn Ligon, Ed Ruscha, Sharon Lockhart, Cy Twombly, Barbara Karsten, Julian Schnabel, Richard Tuttle, Wolfgang Tillmans and Andreas Gursky, to name a few.
Additional services and activities
The MOCA Grand Avenue hosts temporary exhibitions, special events, screenings, lectures, learning programs, and workshops. The museum includes the Lemonade cafe, serving hot and cold dishes and beverages, and a store.
Photos: cover by sharium, banner by Roman Königshofer, 1 and 2 by Franklin Heijnen
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