One of Neutra’s Strathmore Apartments in Westwood can be yours for $815K

By Bianca Barragan

Always wanted to live in a landmark? Here’s your chance. A unit in Richard Neutra’s Strathmore Apartments has come up for sale. This two-bedroom residence is one of four condo-style units in the Westwood complex.

 The National Parks Service has called the building, “one of California’s highest quality examples of a courtyard garden apartment complex designed in the International Style.”

All the apartments are organized around a landscaped central garden. This front unit features large, steel casement windows that take in the light wonderfully. The residence also contains its original hardwood floors and timeless bathroom tile.

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Benefit exhibition and art sale to support the UCLA Margo Leavin Graduate Art Studios

On June 3, the UCLA Department of Art will present a one-time benefit exhibition and art sale featuring work by faculty, both current and former, and alumni to support the renovation and expansion of the UCLA Margo Leavin Graduate Art Studios in Culver City.

Faculty and alumni contributing work to the benefit exhibition and sale include Judy Chicago, Anne Collier, Robert Heinecken, Mary Kelly, Toba Khedoori, Barbara Kruger, Rodney McMillian, Dave Muller, Catherine Opie, Lari Pittman and James Welling, among others.

The benefit exhibition and sale will take place at 3Labs Studios in Culver City, one block from the UCLA Graduate Art Studios.

Details

  • Saturday, June 3, 2017, 12 p.m.
    3Labs
    8461 Warner Dr.
    Culver City
  • A ticketed artists’ lunch and preview precedes the public exhibition opening. Digital images of all works will be provided to ticket holders in advance. Individual tickets are $350 and tables cost $3,000
  • Exhibition opens to the public free of charge at 3 p.m.

For more information, call 310-825-2512 or email benefit@arts.ucla.edu.

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A Look at the Hammer Museum in Westwood

Today, we take a tour through the Hammer Museum. Founded by Dr. Armand Hammer and designed by architect Edward Larrabee Barnes, the museum opened to the public in November 1990. For two years, the museum featured galleries for Dr. Hammer’s collections as well as galleries for traveling exhibitions. In April 1994, the museum finalized a partnership with UCLA to assume the management and operations of the institution. The Hammer Museum is one of three public arts units of the School of Arts and Architecture at UCLA.

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