JC Lee, daughter of the legendary Stan Lee officially spotlights the
THE BROAD TO PRESENT COMPREHENSIVE SURVEY OF ICONIC AMERICAN ARTIST JASPER JOHNS, OPENING IN FEBRUARY 2018
Jasper Johns: ‘Something Resembling Truth’ to feature more than 100 work spanning Johns’ 60-year career; The Broad will be exhibition’s only U.S. venue and is the first major survey of the artist’s work to be shown in Los Angeles
Artist Jasper Johns (b. 1930), who rose to prominence with his paintings of flags, targets and other familiar objects, will be the sole subject of a special exhibition at The Broad in early 2018. Johns’ 60-year career of work will be presented in the most comprehensive survey in the U.S. in two decades. Jasper Johns: ‘Something Resembling Truth’
Congratulations to our FAME’US International Film Festival – WINTER 2016 session winners !
Please note that our quarterly sessions are not an actual festival event.
WHAT:With lines continuing to wrap around the block and visitors teeming along Grand Avenue, The Broad museum will celebrate its one-year anniversary with its visitors on Tuesday, Sept. 20. The museum’s entrance will be decorated for the occasion, and throughout the day, The Broad will distribute festive birthday hats and free cupcakes to visitors and hold pop-up art talks throughout the galleries. The Broad’s Founders Eli and Edythe Broad and Founding Director Joanne Heyler may make surprise appearances throughout the day to greet visitors.
Congratulations to our FAME
THE BROAD COLLECTION ACQUIRES 29 ARTWORKS, ADDS SIX NEW ARTISTS DURING THE BROAD MUSEUM’S INAUGURAL YEARMuseum Deepens Holdings of Works by Los Angeles Artists
The overcrowded racetrack parking lot leaving little room for attendees to walk between the hundreds of
ongratulations to our FAME’US International Film Festival –
Muhammad Ali ‘The Greatest’, the former world heavyweight boxing champion whose personality transcended sports, has died at the age 74.
Born Cassius Clay in 1942, he had won his first 31 fights before suffering a loss and was named the world heavyweight champion by the World Boxing Association three different times, in 1964, 1974, and 1978. He was an Olympic gold medalist and a quick-footed dancer in the ring, lithe and smart and ready with trash talk to throw off his opponents.
Ali has suffered from Parkinson’s for three decades and trembled badly while lighting the Olympic torch in 1996 in Atlanta.