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Seven Stations Installation View 13

Installation view of Seven Stations: Selections from MOCA’s Collection, December 21, 2019–ongoing at MOCA Grand Avenue. Courtesy of The Museum of Contemporary Art. Photo by Jeff McLane.

CANCELED: Exhibition Walkthrough: Mia Locks on Seven Stations


MOCA has taken specific measures to keep our visitors and staff healthy and safe. We have been monitoring coronavirus (COVID-19) closely and in line with suggestions from The Los Angeles County Department of Public Health, we have decided to cancel Exhibition Walkthrough: Mia Locks on Seven Stations in an effort to help with containment. There is no immediate threat or cause for concern at MOCA, but we feel taking these measures are in the best interest of our broader Los Angeles community. MOCA Grand Avenue galleries and WAREHOUSE at The Geffen Contemporary at MOCA are currently temporarily closed. Please continue to check our website for any additional updates.

Seven Stations: Selections from MOCA’s Collection charts a route through the museum’s permanent collection with works from the 1950s to present day. Organized as a series of distinct stops that present dialogues between artists, artworks, and themes, the exhibition departs from conventional art historical narratives to bring forth new and unexpected views of the collection, from mid-20th-century depictions of America in transition and psychologically charged figurative forms to early experiments in video and a gallery of MOCA’s beloved Mark Rothko paintings. Join MOCA Senior Curator and Head of New Initiatives Mia Locks for a walkthrough of the exhibition.