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The Frame contributor Lynell George reviews Soul of a Nation, calling it “a bold and vibrant exultation of presence and passion, unifying disparate approaches and perspectives into vivid visual language.” Listen to the review on :
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in 1967, , legendary jazz saxophonist and composer, passed away. William T. Williams’s work, Trane (1969), conjures the cascades of sound in Coltrane’s music. See Trane on view now in Soul of the Nation .
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DowntownLA.com Jul 16
The Art of DTLA! With galleries ranging from the cavernous to the intimate, DTLA boasts a vibrant & varied art scene. Check out these 5 can't-miss experiences!
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The Broad Jul 16
Cecily Brown explored how painting can illuminate the erotic charge of the human form. In Tender is the Night (1999), the figure is not immediately apparent, but mixed into the yellow and flesh-toned paint is a female form on all fours. See this work on view now !
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The Broad Jul 15
Just two days until our Black Fire Sessions event on July 17! This evening of live music and performance celebrates the landmark exhibition Soul of a Nation, Art in the Age of Black Power 1963-1983. Get your tickets before they're gone! Details:
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The Broad Jul 12
“There are two powers in the world; one is the sword and the other is the pen. There is a third power stronger than both, that of women.”— - Wishing you a very happy birthday! 📷
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Crozier Jul 12
: We’re today working on a special project. More to come... 🎥🎬 @ The Broad
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The Broad Jul 12
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We open at 11 am Tues-Fri and 10 am on Sat & Sun. You just walk up to the standby line and join the line!
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The Studio Museum in Harlem Jul 12
Looking for an entry point into the arts world? Apply to the Studio Museum's (paid) Internship Program and get hands-on training in the museum profession! We are accepting applications for our fall cycle through August 5.
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Red Bull Music Academy Jul 8
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The philosophy and music of Philadelphia’s Black Quantum Futurism collective
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Jennifer Keesmaat Jul 11
Nothing like the evening light hitting ⁦⁩. Magical.
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The Broad Jul 12
. joins Broad collection artists & in their effort to restore Nina Simone's childhood home. Read more from :
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The Broad Jul 11
This week, architect Philip Freelon, who designed the , passed away. He believed museums “have meaning beyond just being a beautiful structure, they’re making a difference in people’s lives in the cities where they are built.” More on
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The Broad Jul 11
Did you know? Ellsworth Kelly's Green Angle (1970) was the longest single piece of artwork on view until the installation of Mark Bradford's Deep Blue (2018), which is 50+ feet long. See them both with free general admission tickets:
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The Broad Jul 10
WATCH: Visitor Services Associate Mariana Castro speaks about Norman Lewis’s America the Beautiful (1960), on view now in Soul of a Nation: Art in the Age of Black Power :
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The Broad Jul 9
That moment when you can't wait to reach the third floor galleries for the first time. We know it well. General admission tickets are FREE! Book yours today: (📸: Instagram/leeeda_v)
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The Broad Jul 8
’s approach to painting reflects a deep knowledge of art, as many of his motifs are either lifted from historical paintings or depict important artists and philosophers. Achilles and the Tortoise (1986) is on view now ! Learn more:
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Pentené Jul 4
Decided to spend this 4th of July to check out the Soul of a Nation exhibit. Proud that I got to experience the art of so many talented African American artists and their depictions of such a historical…
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ARTnews Jul 5
Douglas Crimp, the art historian behind the famed essays "Pictures" and "On the Museum's Ruins," has died at 74
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The Broad Standby Jul 5
Hey all! Current wait for our general admission standby is 30 minutes. Soul of a Nation tickets are also available onsite and there is no wait for those. - VSA André
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