The Museum of Contemporary Art comprises of three separate offices and it is devoted to works from the 1940s onwards. Pieces from the lasting gathering are in plain view, and routinely changing displays include new works and developing media. The Museum of Contemporary Art’s Grand, on Grand Avenue, is the gallery's essential office, with the primary exhibitions and in addition the biggest historical center store and a bistro.
The Museum of Contemporary Art Geffen is in Little Tokyo, in what was some time ago a squad car distribution center. The MOCA Pacific Design Center is in West Hollywood and highlights turning displays.