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A museum is distinguished by a collection of objects that form the core of its exhibitions, education, and research programming – its permanent collection. AMOCA’s permanent collection comprises more than 10,000 objects including functional, sculptural, industrial, and production ceramics from around the world.
The objects highlighted in AMOCA Collects! are a small selection of sculptural objects from our permanent collection. Some artworks have been in our collection for years, such as Cheryl Ann Thomas’ micro-coiled vessel, and other works are recent acquisitions, such as John Toki’s large-scale sculpture.
The images below are virtual views of the exhibition (depending on your internet speed, it may take a few seconds to load). You can click or tap and drag to look around the virtual space. Click or tap the square in the top left of the image to enlarge the image to full screen. Scroll (computer) or pinch to zoom.
The following individuals and organizations are acknowledged, with gratitude, for making this exhibition possible.
Los Angeles County Department of Arts and Culture
Ralph M. Parsons Foundation
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