The new exhibition at MOCA's Geffen Contemporary examines the work of thirty-eight major and emerging practices in contemporary Los Angeles architecture of the past twenty-five years.
From the MOCA website:
What unites this group of architects is not a drive towards a singular aesthetic, style or form but rather a relentless commitment to asking essential questions and challenging the very notion of what architecture is and can be. Their work is distinguished by innovative design, inventive use of materials, and a bold visual vocabulary. Many have deep roots in Southern California, while others have been drawn here from around the world by the magnetic lure of an un-constrained creative environment.
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