Broad Museum is a welcome addition to the art scene in Los Angeles area. Admission is free, but the weekend tickets are sold out until the second week of January. Your only option is show up early and line up in order to get access to the museum. The weekend we visited was unusually hot and the temperatures were in the mid to high nineties in the mid morning. Of course that did not stop people from lining up. It took us about 40 minutes after the museum’s opening to get in.
The collection was great and was worth the wait in the heat.

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Mark Bradford, Scorched Earth, 2006
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Goshka Macuga, Death of Marxism, Women of All Lands Unite, 2013
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John Currin, Daughter and Mother, 1997
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John Currin, Old Couple, 1993
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John Currin, Hot Pants, 2010
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Chris Burden, Bateau de Guerre, 2001
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Takashi Murakami, Of Chinese Lions, Peonies, Skulls, and Fountains, 2011
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Takashi Murakami, In the Land of the Dead, stepping on the Trail of the Rainbow, 2014
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Takashi Murakami, Oval Silver Buddha, 2008
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Takashi Murakami, End of Line, 2011
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Jasper Johns, Watchman, 1964
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Robert Rauschenberg, Combine, 1954
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Robert Rauschenberg, Untitled, 1954
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Ellsworth Kelly, Green Relief with Blue, 2011
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Ellsworth Kelly, Blue Red, 1968
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Edward Ruscha, Angry Because it’s Plaster, Not milk, 1965
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Chuck Close, John, 1971-72
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Anselm Kiefer, Deutschlands Geisteshelden, 1973
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Roy Lichtenstein, Femme d’Alger, 1963
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Richard Artschwager, Triptych (With Nude), Diptych IV, 1966
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Roy Lichtenstein, Coup De Chapeau II, 1996
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Roy Lichtenstein, Mirror #1, 1969
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Jeff Koons, Balloon Dog (Blue), 1994-2000
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Roy Lichtenstein, Interior with African Mask, 1991
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Barbara kruger, Roy Toy, 1986
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Robert Therrien, Under the Table, 1994
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Jean Michel Basquiat, Untitled, 1981
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Kieth Haring, Untitled, 1984
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David Salle, Demonic Roland, 1987
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Julian Schnabel, The Walk Home, 1985
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