The A + D Museum, formerly housed in the landmark Bradbury Building, has moved twice in as many months. The A + D relocated to Santa Monica in November, after the historic downtown L.A. building was sold to a Hong Kong company. But a zoning issue overparking forced a second move, and the museum has reopened on the Sunset Strip in West Hollywood.
“It’s been very expensive,” says Ann Videriksen, a museum spokeswoman. “But this is it.”
The A + D, which focuses on shows about design, architecture and urban planning, is exhibiting a Ray Kappe retrospective through Feb. 6.
-- Louise Roug