Return to The Broad virtually with a new video series celebrating a diverse and vibrant array of Los Angeles-based musicians, poets, and dancers. LA Intersections: Music, Language, Movement is a three-part series that brings performance into the galleries and other public spaces of the museum.
In Part 1, be inspired as San Cha ft. Mx. Matías and serpentwithfeet perform uniquely tailored songs and compositions; Shonda Buchanan delivers her uplifting poem celebrating L.A.; and Mike Tyus activates The Broad with a site-specific dance performance to an original score by Dave Harrington.
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WATCH: Sarah Loyer on Keith Haring
In the latest episode of Up Close, our associate curator Sarah Loyer discusses Broad collection artist Keith Haring’s Untitled (1984), which depicts a pig vomiting green spew and points to a specific, American capitalism.
Check out the clip here!