This part of our tour was not curated by La La Land [sneer laugh] In order to go to the Art district and see some murals of DTLA, my friend and I walked through LA historic downtown, but we walked into a messy homeless camps. Several streets were filled with tents, and people talking to themselves or strangely passing by. We were in a dilemma. Fortunately, it was still light at this time and there were still a lot of people on the road. We took up the courage of war reporters and hurried forward... After many twists and turns, we finally stepped into a piece of pure land, the Row! This used to be Los Angeles. Vegetable and fruit distribution center. Six large warehouse buildings and courtyards formerly used by industry now integrate retail, restaurants, residences, and creative studios. When we arrived, it was late and the streets were deserted. Fortunately, there was a restaurant that allowed us to rest and be shocked.
Modern and Contemporary ARt
Beautiful and iconic. Everyone has heard of The Museum of Contemporary Art (or by its nickname: the MOCA).
I really liked this museum. It's small but packed with interesting art. I remember having fun and watching an indie movie that was pretty good.