MOCA’s standout workmanship assortment centers predominantly around works made from the 1940s to the present. There’s no lack of lights, among them Mark Rothko, Dan Flavin, Willem de Kooning, Joseph Cornell, and David Hockney, in ordinary and unique displays. Their manifestations are housed in a 1986 structure by 2019 Pritzker Prize-winning Japanese planner Arata Isozaki. Displays are subterranean, yet sky-lit brilliant.

Tickets are additionally useful for same-day confirmation at MOCA Geffen in Little Tokyo, a brisk DASH transport ride away – get it at the side of Grand Ave and first St. Guests with a Metro Tap card appreciate two-for-one broad confirmation or park at Walt Disney Concert Hall ($9 with MOCA approval).

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