Producing the Downtown LA Market Report each quarter involves a lot of numbers and stats – from occupancy rates and new construction figures to square footage and leasing percentages – and making sense of the patterns and trends in all that data. But as any seasoned developer knows, to really understand what's going on in a market, you must get out there yourself and walk the streets, tour the properties, listen to the people, and experience the environment in real time.
Downtown Los Angeles is a city of art, and for art.
With galleries ranging from the cavernous to the intimate, DTLA boasts a vibrant and varied art scene that is constantly injecting new energies, bold assertions, and inspiring interpretations into the city. From the twin titans of MOCA and The Broad, to secret pop-ups and street art, Downtown LA is sparking with thought-provoking expression spanning the world-renowned to the underground.
No trip to LA is complete without exploring a gallery and here are five spots that are worth the time and will reward the effort.
dOGUMENTA is produced by Arts Brookfield and sponsored by Nature's Recipe. It runs September 14-16, 2018 and September 21-23, 2018 (11am - 6 pm) at FIGat7th on the Upper Plaza, 735 S. Figueroa Street. It's free, but reserving a ticket is strongly encouraged and guarantees entry, but walk-ins are welcome. For tickets and more info: Click Here
Get your leash ready and tell your pooch you're going to an art show ... for them. There are 9 art installations altogether designed specifically for our four-legged friends, where they are free to roam and explore at will. Also, both Sundays will have mobile dog adoption with LA Animal Services until 3 pm and trainers from the Los Angeles Positive Dog Trainer Alliance onsite each day of the exhibition for support.