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The MOCA GA is small but very interesting. I was there and saw three different exhibitions, some paintings and some kind of instalations. The three of them have very different styles and make you think which should be the purpose of any art center. The...More
This museum should:
1) be free
2) should not be called a museum (as that title is misleading) given that they only showcase two (and a half) artists.
We visited the two exhibits Upstairs: Cathetine Wilmer's Just Passing Through, and Sheila Pree Bright's Working Artist...More
This small museum (although not as small as many contemporary art museums) is near the end of a dead-end street, surrounded by antique galleries and other shops. It doesn't look like much from the outside, but the inside space is very nice. The exhibits we...More
We visted on National Free Museum Day March 12,2016.
This is a small studio like museum.All the studios were not open on this day.The entrance into the museum is very confusing.The center needs to put up proper signage a upon entering the center.
We visited the Museum of Contemporary Art for the first time on a recent weekday. We were looking for an art museum which we hadn't visited before. MoCA had the benefit of being slightly closer than others, plus it opened earlier; hence we decided to...More
excellent location and magnicent architecture. the regular exhibition items are rather meagher but the place a special exhibit of frida and rivera that was quite large and exhuberant. I had seen some of the work in minneapolis but this museum exceeded it by far.