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Go Metro to the Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles (MOCA) and Get Two-For-One Admission


Monday November 02, 2009

Metro and the Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles (MOCA) are teaming up to bring you closer to the arts. Starting Nov. 15, Metro riders will receive two-for-one admission to any of MOCA's three locations around Los Angeles.

A new exhibit, “MOCA's First Thirty Years,” will be on view at both downtown locations from Nov. 15, 2009 through May 3, 2010. This collection will be MOCA’s largest-ever installation of postwar art and feature a selection of more than 500 artworks by more than 200 artists, including Diane Arbus, Jean-Michel Basquiat, Chris Burden, Donald Judd, Barbara Kruger, Jackson Pollock, Robert Rauschenberg and Mark Rothko, and will provide a comprehensive historical survey of the past 70 years of contemporary art.

To redeem the two-for-one general admission, present your valid Metro pass, Metro Rail ticket or Destination Discounts card at the MOCA Box Office. Certain restrictions apply. It cannot be combined with any other offer and excludes specially ticketed exhibitions and events. The discount is valid through May 10, 2010 at all three MOCA locations. For more information, visit or call (213) 626-6222.

MOCA Grand is located at 250 S. Grand Ave., just up the street from the Metro Red/Purple Line Civic Center Station. The Geffen Contemporary at MOCA, at 152 N. Central Ave., is right across the street from the new Metro Gold Line Little Tokyo/Arts District station (scheduled to open Nov. 15). The MOCA Pacific Design Center is at 8687 Melrose Ave. in West Hollywood, along the route of Metro Rapid Bus 704. For customized route information using Metro, go to the Trip Planner at or call 1 (800) COMMUTE.