The Broad 2.0

FullSizeRender 23.jpgDetail of Of Chinese Lions, Peonies, Skulls and Fountains // Takashi Murakami // 2011 // Acrylic on canvas stretched on wooden panel

The first time I went to The Broad museum in downtown Los Angeles, I was mesmerized by the building’s architecture, the natural lighting of the works and the viewable vault. Today was my second trip to The Broad and I found myself even more impressed. The Broad’s collection is impressive, showcasing works from artists such as Jeff Koons, Takashi Murakami and Kara Walker. This museum is worth the trip downtown. However, be sure to get your tickets online before you go to avoid the long queue!

FullSizeRender 40.jpgMichael Jackson and Bubbles // Jeff Koons // 1988 // Porcelain

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Fountain (Buddha) // Sherrie Levine // 1996 // Cast bronze

IMG_6663.JPGAfrican’t // Kara Walker // 1996 // Cut paper on wall

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 Untitled (New York City) // Cy Twombly // 1953 // Oil-based house paint & wax crayon on canvas

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Green Angle // Ellsworth Kelly // 1970 // Oil on canvas

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