Museum of Contemporary Art
MOCA Grand Avenue
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Museum of Contemporary Art information
A collection that arcs from the 1940s to the present and includes works by Mark Rothko, Dan Flavin, Joseph Cornell and other big-shot contemporary artists is housed in a postmodern building by Arata Isozaki. Galleries are below ground, yet sky-lit bright.
Don’t forget to swing by the bookstore gift shop. Tickets are also good for same-day admission at Geffen Contemporary at MOCA in Little Tokyo, a quick DASH bus ride away – catch it at the corner of Grand Ave and 1st St.