Hotel Figueroa has been a den for downtown LA since 1926. The Les Clefs d'Or led front desk knows the city inside and out, and they act as your creative partner for navigating DTLA’s history, inspiration, cultural finds and quirky oddities.
From art to fashion, the DTLA hotel’s historic setting is close to world class museums like MOCA, The Broad and the Grammy Museum and a short walk to the Arts District where you’ll find Hauser & Wirth and The BOX Gallery.
If live entertainment is more your speed, the Lakers, Clippers, and Kings play just across the street at L.A. Live, and the Dodgers, Rams, Galaxy and Chargers play just a few miles away. Hotel Figueroa can also assist with tickets to L.A.’s premier venues, The Staples Center and Walt Disney Concert Hall.
Craving a taste of L.A.? Choices abound with all the world class restaurants in downtown and new ones opening almost every week. Allow Hotel Figueroa to direct you to the best coffee, beer, wine, and craft cocktails in L.A., whether they are at one of the hotel’s own five establishments by Chef Casey Lane and Head Bartender Dushan Zaric or at one of our many downtown friends.
The walkable downtown locale also allows you to venture to the Arts District, Financial District, Bunker Hill, Gallery Row, South Park, Little Tokyo, and Historic Core.
17 FEBRUARY 2018 | 1 APR 2018
Opening: Saturday 17 February 2018, 6 – 9 pm
‘Geta Brătescu. The Leaps of Aesop’ is the first Los Angeles solo presentation devoted to the 91 year-old forerunner in the field of Romanian Conceptualism.
17 FEBRUARY 2018 | 1 APRIL 2018
Following recent major solo presentations at the US Pavilion, 57th Venice Biennale and the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, LA-based artist Mark Bradford will present new works in ‘You Remind Me of a Friend of Mine,’ the artist’s first solo exhibition with the gallery in Los Angeles.
22 OCTOBER 2017 | 13 MAY 2018
MOCA presents Adrián Villar Rojas: The Theater of Disappearance, a site-specific installation inside The Geffen Contemporary at MOCA’s warehouse space. Villar Rojas (b. 1980, Rosario, Argentina) has built a singular practice by creating environments and objects that seem to be in search of their place in time. Villar Rojas’s interventions beckon viewers to consider fragments that exist in a slippery space between the future, the past, and an alternate reality in the present. With his post-human artworks, Villar Rojas posits the question: What happens after the end of art?