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Downtown museum showcasing post-World War II paintings, sculptures, photos, videos & performances.- Google
People talk about permanent collection, sculpture garden, jeff koons, alexander calder and works on paper
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reviewed 3 months ago
Now this is a gift shop! You dont even need to go to visit the museum, just come for the gift shop. They have a wide wide selection of books, anyone of which would make a great conversation piece for your coffee table. But i really like the innovative housewares they have. Neatly designed items for the kitchen will have you rethinking the way you cook and live.
Fredrick Hart Jr.
reviewed 2 months ago
Generally a good experience some really amazing pieces in their collection, but I have to say that I was expecting so much more from the MCA since it is in the third largest city in the U.S. Much smaller cities like San Francisco have a better contemporary arts collection and I wasn't all that impressed with the building itself. Lots of room for improvement.
reviewed 6 months ago
The museum is awsome and I even got the memebership! So I plan on keep going back, but the parking is TERRIBLE!!! Even thought you get $4 off with memebership I still had to pay a lot, and the parking lot is awfully crowded. They ended up have to valet park it because it was so crowded, everywhere was double parked.
reviewed 2 months ago
I love MCA because its wonderful after work programs and events. They constantly change the exhibitions, themes, organize concerts, shows, their very famous First Friday events a very popular hangout place for young professionals, you might even able to meet someone special, who knows, try your luck:)
reviewed 8 months ago
At first the art shown may seem strange and foreign. However, if you focus your eye on the description, you will appreciate the art. The setting of the whole museum is very placid and appreciative. It does give a new spin on art that you will really enjoy. Also the store is very cool. They have a lot of interesting books and objects for sale that will make you laugh and enjoy your experience there even more!
reviewed 10 months ago
I enjoy going to MCA. The art is unique and changes frequently. I went to their First Fridays, however, and would not recommend. Its fun to be in an art museum dressed up with cocktails, but it felt like a poorly organized singles mixer. And of course you couldn't bring your drinks near the art so everyone stood in the main hall crammed together while a DJ blasted techno music, I could find more enjoyable ways to spend my Fridays.