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SHOSHONE BY ARTIST MARK DiSUVERO IS ONE OF THE LARGEST PUBLIC ART INSTALLATIONS IN DTLA

You know DTLAexplorer loves public art.  One of the largest public art installations in DTLA is called Shoshone (1981) by Mark DiSuvero.  It’s located on the upper gardens of the Citigroup Center at the northeast corner of Flower and 5th Streets.  Shoshone is a … Continue reading

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ONE BUNKER HILL BUILDING IS HOME TO HIDDEN DTLA ART AND ARCHITECTURE

There is beautiful art and architecture hidden all over Downtown Los Angeles, you just need to know where to look to find it.  Next time you are walking at the intersection of Grand Avenue and West 5th Street, take a peek inside the rotunda entrance of … Continue reading

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HAVE YOU EVER NOTICED THE INVERTED CLOCK TOWER ON THE CORNER OF THE GRAND CENTRAL MARKET?

Have you ever noticed the inverted clock tower that is tucked away in the northeast cover of the Grand Central Market building in DTLA?  It’s right where the corner of 3rd and Hill Streets should be, but it’s inverted.  It was … Continue reading

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