LACMA is a gem located in the heart of Los Angeles. Under the leadership of Director Mike Govan, the museum has expanded with several new buildings designed by Renzo Piano. Even if you've been to LACMA before, it's worth a visit to check out these grand new spaces. The museum has begun to create programs that reflect the cultural diversity of the region: on any given week you will find artwork from the Pacific Islands, South Asia, China, Japan, India, Latin America and Mexico in addition to a rich collection of Western classics. The museum has a good selection of modern artwork, too. And the Eli Broad collection of contemporary artwork is absolutely first rate: Basquiat, Warhol, Ruscha, Baldessari and many more. Don't miss the amazing steel structures on the ground floor of the new museum. A great place for a visit, a walk, and lunch at the outdoor cafe.
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