Throughout the 1970s and into the ’80s, artists in Los Angeles created organizations and exhibition spaces to develop the resources they lacked.
Those who want to visit the museum muse have a surgical, KN95, N95, or KF94 face mask.
The unvarnished photographs celebrate the lives, beauty, and resilience of an oppressed group at Chile’s social peripheries in the 1980s, and the series was recently acquired by MOCA in Los Angeles.
Stratman captures charged, if overlooked, histories of Illinois, from the Trail of Tears to Chicago’s Black Panther headquarters.
Nearly all of the museum’s full-time employees will be receiving a full or partial furlough beginning on Friday.
The 97 workers represent half of the museum’s total staff of 185.
Gerard & Kelly’s performance State of unpacks enduring symbols of nationalism, patriotism, and masculinity.
Artists of the Pattern and Decoration movement expanded our perceptions around what is worthy of being called art.
This will make MOCA only the second museum in Los Angeles after the Museum of Tolerance to have a union.
This year’s Community Day is focused on youth affected by the homelessness crisis, which finds its most visible manifestation in the temporary shelters just blocks from the museum.
One Day at a Time: Manny Farber and Termite Art makes a compelling case for why we should be looking at the art of the everyday and why it is remarkable.
Anna Maria Maiolino’s first major US retrospective is as much about the progression of a career as about the progression of a life.