Posts Tagged ‘contemporary art’

A  sneak peek into our galleries as we finish installing works of art from our upcoming exhibition, Mexico: Expected/Unexpected. Beginning this Sunday, February 20 through May 15, 2011, you will have the opportunity to view the exhibition. The  works of art are  from the Isabel and Agustin Coppel Collection, one of the most comprehensive contemporary […]


(The artist installing her work.) Entre tú y la imagen de ti a mí llega / Between You and the Image of You That Reaches Me by Mexican conceptual and installation artist, Mariana Castillo-Deball is currently on view through September 12, 2010. Her installation pieces revolve around two important figures of Aztec mythology: Coatlique, the […]


Currently our curatorial staff is in the process of installing Manchuria: Peripheral Vision-A Felipe Ehrenberg Retrospective. These are a few images of what is  taking place in our galleries as we prepare for the opening  of the exhibition on May 23.


We are proud to announce two new acquisitions to our Permanent Collection – Cups for Argamenon’s Mask, 1995, by Brazilian conceptual artist, Tunga (Antônio José de Barros Carvahlo de Mello Mourão) and a watercolor drawing, A Plan for a Summer House/ Plano de casa de verano, 2002, by the Cuban collective Los Carpinteros (Marco Castillo, […]


Changing the Focus:Latin American Photography (1990-2005) February 14 – May 2, 2010. This is the first survey of Latin American photography and photo-based art to be presented in the Los Angeles area. All the works in the exhibition were created between 1990-2005. They explore the artists’ personally-charged response to the local and global issues grounded […]


The holidays are right around the corner and since many of you will have time off from work and/or guests visiting in from out of town, you should bring them to molaa. We are the only museum in the western U.S. that features contemporary Latin American art and that showcases exhibitions that you won’t see […]


Unlikely to be Fulfilled, 2007/ Improbable que esto me llene, 2007 Oil on canvas, 4’ x 3’ Courtesy of Walter Otero Gallery, Puerto Rico Currently on view at molaa is Arnaldo Roche: Brotherhood/Hermandad, the first solo exhibition by the Puerto Rican artist, Arnaldo Roche on the West Coast. The exhibition features 20 large-scale paintings created […]