Sunday, May 22, 2016

Return to The Broad

A couple of weeks ago a group of colleagues and I went to the Broad Museum for a "field trip" after school. This was my second venture to the museum this year, which is actually the first year that the museum has been opened in its home of downtown Los Angeles. A few months ago I visited the newly opened Broad and shared some photos of my experience in a post entitled Broadening My Horizons. Since the Broad museum isn't exactly huge, I was already very familiar with the collection and artwork housed in the museum. Additionally,  I had already taken close to 100 pictures on my last visit, so I decided to challenge myself and try to take some picture of both the museum's exterior and interior artwork from different angles. Below you will see the results of my endeavors!

While the above photos represent the impressive exterior of the Broad Museum, below you will see some highlights from the interior including art by Jeff Koons (clearly intended to be among the jewels of the museum), Damien Hurst and Roy Lichtenstein. As I stated, I am trying to improve my photography skills and the Broad was a fun place to practice this. Some people definitely have a knack for figuring out just how to frame their subject matter, which comes effortlessly and intuitively to them. While I am not sure I am one of those people, I hope that through practice I will obtain a keener eye. Enjoy!


  1. You did such a great job capturing some wonderful photos!

    I really must visit this gallery the next time I'm in LA.

    Thanks for sharing!


  2. Thanks for taking us along to the Broad Museum. I really enjoyed your beautiful photos!

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  3. This looks awesome, I'd love to see it in person!

  4. What a unique fun museum! You have some really great ones close to you it seems. I think your photos turned out beautifully too! I am NOT someone who has an eye for knowing how to frame subjects, etc. I wish I were better at photography and hope to take some classes to improve.
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  5. Wow, I love these shots especially the angled exterior shots. Well done. Oh doesn't crisp light make all the difference to photos. I battle some days with bad light over here!

  6. It looks like a great museum. The exterior is so unique.


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