MOCA Grand Avenue

★★★★★
  • 250 S Grand Ave

    Los Angeles, CA 90012

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  • 213-626-6222

About MOCA Grand Avenue

Hours
Mon 11am–5pm Thu 11am–8pm Fri 11am–5pm Sat-Sun 11am–6pm

Arts & Entertainment

Arts & Entertainment
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If you like unique and artistic stuff for keep or for gifts, this MOCA Store definitely is the place to visit if you are in downtown LA. Price are reasonable.

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If you like unique and artistic stuff for keep or for gifts, this MOCA Store definitely is the place to visit if you are in downtown LA. Price are reasonable.

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The MOCA store is located right next to Museum of Contemporary Art in Downtown LA. It is a perfect spot to stop by and buy unique and artistic goods. I love t-shirts with Yoshitomo Nara's illustration. They have variety of stationery goods that are simple, practical and beautiful. Also, don't forget to check out contemporary art books here. It is always fun to come here and find something hip and cute!

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The MOCA store is located right next to Museum of Contemporary Art in Downtown LA. It is a perfect spot to stop by and buy unique and artistic goods. I love t-shirts with Yoshitomo Nara's illustration. They have variety of stationery goods that are simple, practical and beautiful. Also, don't forget to check out contemporary art books here. It is always fun to come here and find something hip and cute!

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I never thought that a museum with contemporary art can be this awesome. After visiting about 12 major museums in LA area, this is the #1 I would recommend to friends.

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I never thought that a museum with contemporary art can be this awesome. After visiting about 12 major museums in LA area, this is the #1 I would recommend to friends.

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i went to see the warhol exhibit and it was really great. i'm going back to see it again in a week!

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i went to see the warhol exhibit and it was really great. i'm going back to see it again in a week!

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MOCA is the place to go to see artists from the 1940's to Contemporary. If you want to see Impressionist or Flemish Paintings go to LACMA. MOCA has always kept its exhibitions innovative with live performance artists (DJ Spooky), post-war

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MOCA is the place to go to see artists from the 1940's to Contemporary. If you want to see Impressionist or Flemish Paintings go to LACMA. MOCA has always kept its exhibitions innovative with live performance artists (DJ Spooky), post-war

Pros: Curators, Available Information, Varied Artists

Cons: none.

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Well-designed galleries that offer works up to the viewer rather than close them off. The Hockney show was well-done--taking a large and varied collection of a life's work and making good sense of it all. More managable in scope than

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Well-designed galleries that offer works up to the viewer rather than close them off. The Hockney show was well-done--taking a large and varied collection of a life's work and making good sense of it all. More managable in scope than

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I've been to MOCA for art shows (like Hockney in 2001) and architecture retrospectives (like Louis Kahn in 1993), and I'm always amazed at how the gallery spaces are reinvented for each exhibit. For a small museum, this one consistenly

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I've been to MOCA for art shows (like Hockney in 2001) and architecture retrospectives (like Louis Kahn in 1993), and I'm always amazed at how the gallery spaces are reinvented for each exhibit. For a small museum, this one consistenly

Pros: Great setting, Good parking, Good shows

 

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