Credit: Charles E. Young Research Library, UCLA
Famous for the architecture he designed, Richard Neutra
also made art of what he saw, documenting the world around him with pen, pencil, and watercolor brush from the time he was an itinerant student in 1913 until his death in 1970. The Central Library in Los Angeles
presents an exhibition of a lifetime’s worth of the architect’s travel sketches, figure drawings, and building renderings including the Heller House (above), from 1950. Through Sept. 6.