Los Angeles MOCA

Lately there has been increasing harassments of photographers who take pictures of buildings because of “security issues”. I was surprised that I was asked not to take photos of public arts such as sculptures, murals and even water fountains in front of two buildings in downtown. We are becoming a paranoid society.

So I headed to one place in downtown that people would be sympathetic to photographers, the Museum of Contemporary Art. I met three girls who carried serious gears and we snapped away.

MOCA Sign

Airplane Parts Sculpture

MOCA Pyramid Roof

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