Jean-Michel Basquiat Exhibition at The Grand
Following a historic run in New York City, Jean-Michel Basquiat: King Pleasure © opened its doors. Open this spring for a limited time, it features over 200 never-before-seen works of art by visionary artist Jean-Michel Basquiat, curated by the artist's family.
The exhibition is open everyday from 11am to 7pm except Tuesdays through January 1st, 2024 . Tickets are required for entry.
Free Family Art Nights on first Thursday of each month from 5-6pm.
Swing by the Emporium store to shop exclusive merchandises from the exhibition, including the “Jean-Michel Basquiat: King Pleasure©” catalog.
The store is open everyday from 11am to 8pm. Tickets are not required for entry.
:botánica, a solo exhibition by Moncho 1929 (Dan Monteavaro) curated by UNPRED is currently on the view.
In a series of 19 new paintings on canvas and wood panel, Monteavaro reimagines the botánica, a space for community and healing for many Latinx people in the United States. Through an exploration of the spirituality of his Puerto Rican upbringing, Monteavaro gives new form to the diversity of cultures, beliefs, and traditions that shape Latinx communities today.
Dining at The Grand
In a city known as a dynamic and delicious food metropolis, The Grand offers an ensemble of indispensable high end restaurants and casual all-day-eateries, each facing the stunning Walt Disney Concert Hall, serving the next generation of defining LA dishes.Explore Restaurant Options
Residences at The Grand by Gehry
Designed by celebrated architect Frank Gehry, with interiors by acclaimed designers David Rockwell and Anthony Ingrao, world-class residences are created at The Grand. From this vantage point, the homes look out to sweeping views of Los Angeles, with access to DTLA's most sought after amenities, on site and around every corner.See the residences
Conrad Los Angeles
Experience bold design, exceptional service, and inspiring amenities in an all-new contemporary setting. Discover 45,000+ SF of thoughtfully-designed wellness, leisure and meeting spaces, plus inspired culinary experiences.Learn About Conrad Los Angeles
A Place to Celebrate The Arts
The Grand is at the center of the Grand Ave Arts Corridor, LA’s most exciting cultural destination. As people explore neighboring museums and performing arts centers, it’s easy to imagine starting or finishing the journey in the open public plaza, The Grand’s expansive outdoor urban room.Discover the cultural scene
The Urban Room
The Grand is a nexus of public space, and will draw visitors to and through the property to live, shop and dine. The open plaza is the centerpiece of Frank Gehry’s iconic design, with multiple access points for organic, connected movement.Learn About The Grand's Access to Public Space
The Shops at The Grand
As DTLA's shopping scene flourishes, The Shops at The Grand will bring together three levels of essential urban retail into one spectacular setting. From elemental to exceptional, this inspired collection of shops will cater to distinct audiences, and every storefront will be oriented around Frank Gehry's stunning "urban room."Explore retail opportunities
The Grand Hosts
A New Entry Point to Access Downtown LA
Located on a sunny, spotless hilltop that spans three city blocks and is one of the most accessible areas of all downtown, The Grand provides the ideal entry point for retailers and restaurateurs seeking a DTLA location in a protected, highly-controlled environment.
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