Find more than 3,200 works covering 300 years of American and European art across all media platforms.
One of the most dynamic and youthful museums in Southern California opened in 2000 with a new building and 12,000 square feet of gallery space. The building's exterior complements the original 1912 California bungalow, which now houses the museum shop, café and administration, but the interior is strictly minimalist, in keeping with the contemporary and avant-garde art (with a strong bent toward video) exhibited. Shows change often, and the museum closes during installations, so be sure to call first. The view of the Pacific is stunning and the grounds are tranquil.