Museum of Contemporary Art

Pasadena Art Alliance

Founded in 1979, MOCA collects, exhibits, and interprets art created since 1940 in all media, and is dedicated to preserving it for future generations. The museum is housed in three locations, MOCA Grand Avenue, The Geffen Contemporary at MOCA and MOCA Pacific Design Center Funds will be used to support the exhibition: MIKE KELLEY: Mobile Homestead. With over two hundred …

Materials and Applications

Pasadena Art Alliance

Materials and Applications is an artist-led, non-profit organization that is one of the most important and influential sites of contemporary visual art and social inquiry in Los Angeles at the intersection of art and public space.  M&A is a research center dedicated to pushing new and underused ideas for landscape and architecture into view. Funding will help support production of …

MAK Center for Art and Architecture L.A. – the Schindler House

Pasadena Art Alliance

The MAK Center was established in 1994 as an alliance between MAK Vienna and Friends of the Schindler House. Unique in its role as a constellation of historic architectural sites and contemporary exhibition spaces, the MAK Center develops local, national and international projects exploring the intersection of art and architecture. The funds will be used to support the exhibition Tony …

Los Angeles Nomadic Division (LAND)

Pasadena Art Alliance

LAND is a non-profit public art initiative committed to curating site and situation specific projects in Los Angeles and beyond. The grant will be used to support three site-specific sculptural installations in Century City by artist Ruben Ochoa. Installations will be sited on the median of Avenue of the Stars, the external campus of the Avenue of the Stars and …

Los Angeles County Museum of Art

Pasadena Art Alliance

LACMA is the largest art museum in the western United States. Its holdings of more than 100,000 works span the history of art from ancient times to the present. Funds will be used toward the purchase of two photographic works of Larry Sultan: Dad on Bed and Discussion, Kitchen Table.

LA > < ART

Pasadena Art Alliance

LA><ART is the leading independent non-profit contemporary art space in Los Angeles, committed to the production of ambitious and experimental exhibitions, public art projects and publications with both emerging and mid-career artists working locally, nationally and internationally. This grant will support the exhibitions: Patricia Fernandez : A Melancholy Walk and Rebecca Morris: Fantastic L.A.  These will be the first solo …

Japanese American National Museum

Pasadena Art Alliance

The Japanese American National Museum is one of the nation’s premier culturally specific museums. Through the building of a comprehensive collection of material culture and development of multi-faceted exhibitions, educational activities, public programs and publications, the Museum preserves and shares for current and future generations the rich and diverse stories of Japanese Americans for national and international audiences alike. The …

Hammer Museum

Pasadena Art Alliance

The Hammer Museum is a fine arts museum and public arts unit of the University of California, Los Angeles’s (UCLA) School of the Arts and Architecture. The funds will be used to support the exhibition Made in L.A. 2014, which will highlight the work of emerging and under-recognized artists in Southern California. The exhibition will run from June 15 through …

Craft and Folk Art Museum

Pasadena Art Alliance

The museum serves Los Angeles through its mission to champion cultural understanding by encouraging curiosity about our diverse world through the universal lens of art.  CAFAM is the only museum in Los Angeles dedicated solely to the support of contemporary craft and folk artists. This grant will partially underwrite the exhibition of work of the contemporary Guatemalan artist Dario Escobar. …

California Institute of the Arts, Gallery at the Roy and 
Edna Disney/Cal Arts Theatre (REDCAT)

Pasadena Art Alliance

REDCAT is a 7,000 square foot state-of-the-art black box performance space, a 3,000 square foot exhibition space, and lounge located in the Walt Disney Concert Hall complex in downtown Los Angeles. It is CalArts’ downtown center for innovative visual, performing, and media arts. 
 This grant will support the first California exhibition of two Puerto Rican based artists, Allora & …