The MOCA’s permanent collection of American and European art from 1940 to the present divides itself between three locations. This entry focuses on the MOCA Grand Avenue location.
There are separate entries for The Geffen Contemporary in nearby Little Tokyo, and the satellite gallery at West Hollywood’s Pacific Design Center.
Likewise, the exhibitions are split between the established, and the cutting edge.
Heavyweights like Mark Rothko, Franz Kline, Susan Rothenberg, Diane Arbus, and Robert Frank are a part of the permanent collection rotated at different times into the museum exhibits, while approximately twenty theme shows are featured annually.
Check the schedule in advance, as not only will some shows sell out, especially on weekends, but the museum occasionally closes for exhibit installation.
250 S. Grand Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90012
Most days from 11:00am. See their website for further details.