Art is in the eye of the beholder, whereas swollen retinas are in the eye of the bee holder. Get soul-stung by provocative and powerful art with today's Groupon for the Museum of Contemporary Art. Choose from the following options:
- For $25, you get an individual membership (a $50 value). An individual membership gets you unlimited admission, discounts on educational programs, a 15% discount at the museum shop, and invitations to members-only openings and events.
- For $37, you get a family membership (a $75 value). A family membership has benefits identical to those above for a group of four residing at the same address.
After 14 years of displaying innovative, provocative works, the Museum of Contemporary Art is known as the place "where new art is discovered." Feast your eye spheres on impressive current exhibitions which include Shinique Smith: Menagerie, a multi-media array of abstract paintings and found object sculptures. To protect its walls from ennui, MOCA presents eight to ten exhibitions annually. Upcoming exhibitions include Bruce Weber: Haiti/Little Haiti, opening November 19. Though an acclaimed fashion photographer, Weber has a passion for street photography evident in the stirring images of everyday Haitian life he snapped from 2003 until the present. A bevy of soul-stirring pieces call MOCA home; the permanent collection has more than 600 works by the most acclaimed brush masters, aperture enthusiasts, and chronic self-expressers of our time.
People who activate their membership before November 18th will be eligible to attend the opening reception for Bruce Weber: Haiti/Little Haiti and the exclusive MOCA and Vanity Fair International party on November 30, which kicks off Art Basel Miami Beach week.
- MOCA boasts an impressive collection of internationally acclaimed art with a local flavor. It is also known for its forward thinking and ability to discover and highlight new artists. A high-tech screening facility allows for film presentations to complement the exhibitions. – Frommer’s
- Although it's comparatively small, it packs a punch as far as its planning and exhibits. They also have good movies, lectures, and workshops including some for kids. – Maria A., Yelp
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