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Happy ! Born in Ghana and based in Nigeria, crafts bottle caps, reused aluminum commercial packaging, copper wire, and other materials into giant shimmering sheets of what he calls “cloths.” Learn more about the artist:
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The Broad Apr 19
More than 200 high-achieving individuals have been elected to the , including Broad collection artist Mark Bradford and scholar Kellie Jones. Details: See some of Bradford's work today with free general admission tickets!
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The Broad Apr 19
: Here’s a behind-the-scenes look into the installation of Broad collection artist Robert Therrien’s Under the Table (1994). It was the first artwork installed at The Broad museum’s skylit galleries as we prepared to open in 2015, and is still on view today!
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The Broad Apr 19
See the art exhibition calls "powerful" and "a chance to reconsider what you know about American art history and to discover new favorite artists." Soul of a Nation is open now :
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The Broad Apr 18
’s I...I’m Sorry! (1995) is a portrait of Eve as a modern-day woman. Lichtenstein renders her apology unclear, revealing layers of interpretation. See it with free general admission:
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Free LA Events Apr 17
Save $18 by viewing the Soul of a Nation exhibit when admission is free tomorrow, April 18, 2019 from 5PM-8PM! 🎨 Deets:
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The Broad Apr 17
AfriCOBRA co-founder designed one-of-a-kind clothing items that were meant to bring art out of the museum and into everyday life. See one of her most popular pieces, Revolutionary Suit (on right), on view now in Soul of a Nation :
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The Broad Standby Apr 16
Hello the current standby line wait time is approximately 45minutes. Soul of a Nation tickets are still available. VSA-Marcelino
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The Broad Apr 16
Artist Barkley Hendricks was born in 1945. He was a painter who made pioneering contributions to portraiture, centering the Black figure set against bold, monochromatic backdrops. See his work in Soul of a Nation now through Sept. 1:
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The Broad Apr 16
Join us for a conversation on how African American artists were exhibited in 1970s L.A., featuring artist Suzanne Jackson (co-founder of Gallery 32), Dale Davis (co-founder of the Brockman Gallery) & artist Ian White (son of artist Charles White):
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Daily Trojan Apr 15
“Soul of a Nation,” a new exhibition on view at through Sept. 1, showcases the works of black artists in a historical context.
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The Broad Apr 15
Replying to @candyanlyy
Hello ! Advance online tickets are fully booked for May 4. If you would like to visit on a date that is fully booked, an onsite standby line is available. Admission for the standby line is first come, first served, based on availability:
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The Broad Apr 15
No Monday blues here! We're welcoming the week with a splash of color, compliments of 's Blue Red (1987), on view now ! (📸: Instagram/hilary.heart)
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The Broad Apr 12
Congratulations! William T. Williams was awarded the Lifetime Achievement Award at the 30th Annual James A. Porter Colloquium on African American Art and Art of the African Diaspora. Details: See his work today in Soul of a Nation !
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The Broad Apr 12
"It's freedom for everybody or freedom for nobody." On this day in 1964, delivered his "Ballot or Bullet" speech in Detroit. Wadsworth Jarrell created Black Prince (1971) in homage to the influential human rights activist. See it today in Soul of a Nation.
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The Broad Apr 11
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Hello ! The Broad is offering free admission to Soul of a Nation every Thursday from 5-8 p.m. (last entry at 7 p.m.) during the exhibition’s run. Here's more info: See you !
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The Broad Standby Apr 11
Hello, hello! Standby is a 20 minute wait. - VSA Shan
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artnet Apr 11
At museum, the ground-breaking "Soul of a Nation" exhibition brings a refreshed focus on the struggles of black artists in LA:
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The Broad Apr 11
Today is Thursday, which means admission to Soul of a Nation: Art in the Age of Black Power 1963-1983 is FREE from 5-8 p.m. (last entry at 7 p.m.). Details from : Who will you be bringing with you?
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Los Angeles Magazine Apr 10
If you're not headed to this weekend, then start planning to check out 's exhibit, . "At the heart of this rich and diverse exhibition is an attempt to correct the historical record."
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