When your home becomes more famous than you, what’s the best response?
“I run and hide,” said Nely Galan, former president of entertainment for Telemundo. “People say, ‘It’s the most Instagrammed house in the world.’ About 150,000 photos the last time we checked.”
Her eye-popping Venice Canals home — a compound of three structures married through saturated hues of yellow, orange, pink and fuchsia — was last featured in The Times in 2011. That story, Galan says, helped launched an invasion; the home has been besieged by TV and film crews, tourists, art students, architects, wedding parties and a parade of selfie sticks.