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The Broad 
221 S. Grand Ave.
Downtown Los Angeles, CA 90012

213-232-6200
info@thebroad.org

 

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Please note, The Broad does not review or accept any unsolicited artworks or portfolios submitted by email, mail, or in-person. Any works or portfolios received by The Broad will not be returned. 
 
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The Broad does not allow private events or rental events. 
 
Donation Requests
We are pleased to offer up to four General Admission VIP Passes to 501(c)(3) organizations for annual raffles, auctions, or other fundraising endeavors. General admission to The Broad is free, but The Broad VIP Pass entitles the bearer to bypass the ticketing and entrance line, and provides access to any free exhibitions, subject to availability.
 
Due to the volume of requests we receive, we kindly ask that you submit your request (including the date of your auction, raffle, or event, and the tax ID number of the charitable institution) via this form. Please allow two weeks for processing, and note that incomplete requests cannot be honored.

 

Rights and Reproductions

How to Secure Images of the Broad collection Artworks for Publication

 

The Foundation's photographic archives include transparencies, slides and digital images of nearly all works which can be provided to institutions borrowing artwork or for publications.
 
Publishers or writers, as well as museums and universities, may utilize the Foundation's archive of visual information by submitting a written request for the loan of photographic material and/or permission to reproduce images of artworks which are in the Foundation collection. In exchange for the loan of photographic material, the Foundation often asks that the publisher provide a complimentary copy of the publication in which the Foundation-owned artwork appears. Emails or letters of request should include the name of the publication, its intended distribution, and its prospective publication date.
 
For photographic archives, please contact Jeannine Guido, Associate Director of Museum Operations, at: jguido@thebroad.org
 
or write to:
 
Jeannine Guido
Associate Director of Museum Operations
The Broad
221 S. Grand Ave.
Los Angeles, CA 90012
 
For Artworks Licensed by VAGA
 
Reproduction of images licensed by VAGA, including downloading, is prohibited without written authorization from:
 
VAGA
350 Fifth Avenue, Suite 2820
New York, NY 10018
212-736-6666
 

Artwork Loan Program

About The Broad Art Foundation

The museum is also home to The Broad Art Foundation, which was created in 1984 as a pioneering lending library dedicated to increasing public access to contemporary art through an enterprising loan program. The foundation has made more than 8,000 loans to over 500 museums and galleries around the world.  

How to Make a Loan Request

The Broad Art Foundation considers written loan requests from accredited institutions, or those whose staff and facilities are similarly qualified. The borrowing institution is required to undertake all costs for packing, transporting, handling and insuring the artworks in transit to and from all venues and during exhibition of the works. Requests are considered on an individual basis and the Foundation's decision to lend is based upon the pertinence of the artworks to the content of the exhibition, the prior loan commitments of the requested artworks, the fragility of the artwork, and the Foundation's goal of exposure to the widest or neediest audiences. Most often, the Foundation gives preferred consideration to lending one work or a small grouping of works to augment major one-person or thematic exhibitions which have a tour schedule of several venues. Periodically, the long term loan of one or two art works to individual institutions may be arranged. 

The Foundation's photographic archives include digital images of nearly all works, enabling us to supply visual material to potential borrowing institutions.

For loan requests, please contact Vicki Gambill, Director of Collections Management, at vgambill@thebroad.org.

Unsolicited Artwork Submissions

The Broad does not review or accept any unsolicited artworks or portfolios submitted by email, mail, or in-person. Any works or portfolios received by The Broad will not be returned.