moca.org) . The institution - which is on 2 seperate locaytions - has a nice collection. I show here my favorites from this visit.
The couple above is looking at Mathew Barnew`s "Cremaster 4" works (C-print in self-lubricating plastic frame). The prints belongs to his "The Cremaster Cycle", a series of five feature-length films, together with related sculptures, photographs, drawings, and artist's books (wikipedia).
Roads To Infinity?
One room belongs to Mark Rothko alone. Above "No. 301. Reds and Violet over Red/Red and Blue over Red" (1959, oil on canvas) & "Purple Brown" (1957, oil on canvas) and a detail. Gorgeous!
Stuffed Bird Wing
The museum has a dependance in former police car warehouse in L.A.'s Little Tokyo Historic District, called The Geffen Contemporary at MOCA (geffen-contemporary). It looks like that they show there more experimental works. Currently the display: "Don’t Look Back: The 1990s at MOCA" (through July 11, 2016). Below you can see Russell Crotty´s "Hale-Bopp After Perihelion" (1997, India ink on paper pinned to canvas) & Toba Khedoori`s "Untitled (Seats)" (1996, oil and wax on paper) & Sue Williams`"The Art World Can Suck My Proverbial Dick" (1992, Acrylic and enamel on canvas).
Let the images speak for themselves.