There are many exciting happenings in Los Angeles at this time.
LACMA has a fabulous Alexander Calder exhibit that had not been seen in many years. The space is superbly designed by Frank Geary. After reading about the works and Calder's life, I have a much greater appreciation and admiration of the artist who was brilliant enough to combine his engineering background with physics and astronomy to create unique art. Fabulous exhibition!
LACMA still has the Turrell exhibit which is excellent.
The Getty has just opened the photographic collection of Queen Victoria.
The Natural History Museum has opened "The Silk Road" which looks interesting and probably is very educational for school children.
The Annenberg Space for Photography has the 100th anniversary of National Geographic magazine.
The films and exhibition there are definitely worth a visit or two---and maybe three.
We have many small theaters that have new plays opening. I am scheduled to see "The Whipping Man" at the West Coast Jewish Theatre and "My Name is Asher Lev" at the Fountain Theatre.
Other than these cultural happenings---the real estate market is as busy as ever! The decrease in sales is due to the fact that there is little product available.
Please call me if you have any interest in buying, selling, leasing or investing in real estate.