Prefacing this post with the question: What hasn’t already been said about The Broad? The spacious, light-filled space is one of the city’s finest, housing pieces from contemporary artists such as Barbara Kruger, Roy Lichtenstein, Ed Ruscha and Jeff Koons. The admission-free ticket is a perk that notably takes on a more European approach, granting the public equal access to view Eli and Edythe Broad’s curated collection. The location is undoubtedly forward, and I couldn’t be more thrilled to see it set in the buzzing hub of Downtown LA. Beneath the honey comb exterior are airy, stark-bright rooms accentuated by Jeff Koons colorful installations. The artwork is arranged by period, with pieces in the last 20 years exhibited on the ground floor and mid century pieces located on the second.
A colorful row of paintings winding through a maze that only leaves you in amazement. A huge thank you to The Broad for inviting us to experience #EmptyBroad, here’s a rare but lonely view of Jeff Koons stainless steel rabbit.
The Broad is located on 221 S Grand Ave in Downtown Los Angeles.
Photos by John Price and Olivia Lopez.