Packer processes the horror of 2020 into elegiac mood studies that wrestle with exhaustion, fear, and longing.
Visitors viewed the pair through a glass wall, as they cycled through the eight stages of anxiety, including rage, numbness, euphoria, and acceptance.
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.
About 50 employees of the Museum of Contemporary Art gathered outside of MOCA Director Klaus Biesenbach’s office this morning and read a statement that formally declared their plans to form a union.
In Just a Blink of an Eye, the performers lean backwards, appearing as victims of an unseen violence.
MOCA PDC, which closed this month, deserves parting attention, largely because its evolutions, successes, and sometimes confounding programming often reflected city-wide cultural identity crises.
The way Farber thought about movies shaped the way I watched movies, which meant he shaped my life, because all I cared about was watching movies.
With a scattered display of everyday objects and cryptic legal documents, Cameron Rowland illustrates a long history of systematic racism.
The announcement of Molesworth’s departure shocked and dismayed many in the Los Angeles art world. But some MOCA insiders have also said she contributed to a toxic work environment.
Anna Maria Maiolino’s first major US retrospective is as much about the progression of a career as about the progression of a life.