The Broad Art Museum

It took two months of waiting, finally, my daughter, son, grandaughter and I visited the the Broad Museum in downtown Los Angeles, CA. The museum is free to enter, but a reservation is needed to attend.  We drove from Thousand Oaks to the underground train station in North Hollywood and then took the train to downtown LA. We only had to walk about 2 blocks to the Broad Museum. Check out the website for more information and too view the collection of art.

https://thebroad.org

Here are a few artworks I particularily liked.

El Anatsui
Strips of Earth’s Skin
Found aluminum and copper wire

Jean-Michel Basquait portrait by Keith Haring

Sam Francis – The Big Orange

Roy Lichtenstein

18 thoughts on “The Broad Art Museum

  1. Osyth says:

    I’m a lifelong devotee of Lichtenstein. The texture in the Orange and strips of the earth are enough to have me trgoing to break the glass on my screen to stroke them and the portrait is simply compelling. Thank you for the private view …. it’s a bit far for me to travel 😉

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