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Touring the finest properties on the California coast would inspire just about anyone to get behind the lens. But The Agency’s David Solomon isn’t just anyone. He’s one of the top-producing real estate agents in the nation (#170 to be exact, according to the 2019 REAL Trends Inc. “The Thousand” ranking) and an extremely talented photographer, whose two passions have converged in the best possible way. 

David recently held his first solo photography exhibit, displaying some of his personal works at one of his exceptional listings in Santa Monica. David and his guests gathered at 1705 Ocean Avenue #501, which he co-lists with Anna Solomon, to enjoy a private showing of his gallery-sized images (featured below). Guests were treated to light bites,

Blog_CindySherman In a culture consumed by the pursuit of perpetual youth, Cindy Sherman confronts the reality of aging in a long-awaited new collection of photographs. The now 60-year-old artist stars in sixteen life-size, full-color portraits as unidentified women from the Golden Age of cinema, expressing defiance and unmistakable strength in the face of tragedy. Her first body of work in five years is now on display at New York City’s Metro Pictures. CS_Install_070Each work is printed directly onto metal, giving them a sheen that brings their subjects to life while simultaneously flattening them into a netherworld. The digitally manipulated backdrop reflects the old 1920s film sets and photos. From her earliest photographs, Cindy has explored what it means to be a woman in…

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A nondescript warehouse. A door guarded by a single, lonely buzzer. No other visual acknowledgments to hint that, between the walls of the building at Pier 24 in San Francisco, lies one of the largest private collections, square footage wise, of photographic art in The United States. A visit makes one feel like he or she has stumbled upon a great secret. It is quiet and reverent within, the lighting creating the silent wish that the soft and perfect glow of each room could be transported back home. No more than twenty people at a time can reserve a space to visit, claiming a two hour time spot through a website booking system. The charge: Free. Some of the most amazing representations of beauty in this world can be witnessed without cost; the waves

When music legends like Pink Floyd and Bob Dylan were dominating radio waves, another type of artist—sign painters—were enjoying their heyday on the famed music boulevard known as The Sunset Strip. Here to take us on a journey to explore the work of this lost art form is photographer Robert Landau, who, while just a teenager, captured the iconic images in Los Angeles.

[caption id="attachment_25657" align="alignright" width="240"] 1232 Sunset Plaza: The stunning California modern estate at 1232 Sunset Plaza lies just seconds from where iconic rock 'n' roll billboards once lined The Strip. » View Listing[/caption]

An exploratory evening with Robert Landau will take place this Thursday, July 25, at the Sunset Strip Market—a weekly food event and farmers’