In The Neighborhood

We live in Downtown Los Angeles, near where the city’s freeways all knot together at the tangled heart of the city. You can get to anywhere from here.

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The Geffen Contemporary at MOCA

152 N Central Ave

The airplane hangar-sized temple for contemporary art in Los Angeles, The Geffen Contemporary is the largest of the three MOCA branches — housed in a former police garage.

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The Japanese American National Museum

100 N Central Ave

Located in Little Tokyo (a wonder unto itself), the Japanese American National Museum is dedicated to preserving the history and culture of Japanese Americans.

Contact: 213.625.0414– This link will open your default phone application

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The Broad

221 S Grand Ave

A massive contemporary arts hive that kinda looks like a modernist honeycomb, the Broad (rhymes with “road”) houses the mega-millions art collection of billionaires Eli and Edythe Broad. Free admission to the public (by reservation), The Broad is a tentpole in a Grand Ave arts corridor that’s also home to MoCA and The Music Center.

Contact: 213.232.6250– This link will open your default phone application

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