Sometimes you make the antiquated choice to shoot all your party pics with expired black & white film but then you realize that the wait was totally worth it when the matte finish turns out extra crispy.
I didn’t know it would be my dream to sandwich a babe between two works of art until it actually happened. Such an occasion presented itself when meeting fashion illustrator Meagan MorrisonÂ at the MET Museum as she was spotted in front of Ellsworth Kelly’s "Blue Panel" painting and behind Joel Shapiro’s untitled, beaming red sculpture. (photo by Xavier Aaronson)
21, Danish, and flying solo at the Arken Museum. Karen is a graphic designer who caught her own eye (and ours) at one of Frank Thilo installations, part of his “The Phoenix Is Closer Than It Appears” exhibition.
The little one here is Anna. She’s from London, has an identical twin and currently lives in NYC, getting her Masters in Fashion at Parsons New School for Design. Anna was spotted with one of Imi Knoebel’s shaped paintings from 24 Colors—for Blinkyat the Dia:Beacon. She loves skater boys, which is the main reason why she moved to NYC (London is severely lacking in them). (Photo by Mary Stephenson)
Bella Riza is from London. When she was little, she played Bea, the daughter of Kate Winslet in the film "Hideous Kinky". Bella was spotted in front of Lichtenstein’s "Interior with Mirrored Wall" at the Guggenheim. She works full time at a publishers in London as well as moonlights in a pub to try and make the funds to move to New York one day (so she can be reunited with this painting obviously.) (Photo and words by Ellie King)
Large installations and tattoos are up there in our list of top 10 favorite things. To demonstrate, I bring you Margaux who was spotted at the Peabody Essex Museum in Salem, Massachussetts, checking out the Ansel Adams exhibit. She’s also crazy into hiking. Wahoo!