Why does Charlotte appear to be floating on cloud nine? Maybe it’s because we were able to skirt the six-hour wait time to enter the MoMA’s Rain Room. Or is it the satisfaction from crossing the Rain Room off her list of must-see NYC attractions, before returning home to France the next day. Charlotte is a talented artist studying fine art in Strasbourg.
Annaknits her own clothes, so it’s no wonder we spotted her in the tapestry and woven art exhibition at the British Museum. We then took a stroll through the Grand Staircase to take a couple quick snaps.
Tainá combines my squeamish fascination for Louise Bourgeois and the undefeatable excellence of a little white dress. Here she is with one of Bourgeois’ colossal arachnids at the Museum of Modern Art in São Paulo
At my first Art History class back in college, I arrived late to a crowded classroom, disproportionately dominated by women. These photos by Alisadair McLellan of Edie Campbell for 032c magazine remind me exactly of that first day and my first reaction, which was to plant myself in the front row, away from gorgeous and smarter-than-I distractions. The location of the photos is uncertain but if I had to guess, I’d say that the photos were taken at the Victoria and Albert Museum and perhaps also at the British Museum. I could be wrong.More photos at It’s Nice That.
Tasnim is from DC, by way of Toronto, by way of Bangladesh, by way of London! I’m so dizzy from globetrotting in my head, that I’ll just leave it at London, where she was spotted at the Tate Modern's Structure and Clarity exhibition.
Joyce was spotted at the Mike D (of Beastie Boys) curated exhibition: Transmission LA: AV Club at Geffen Contemporary at MOCA in LA. She struck me as fearless even though there’s nothing dangerous or remotely decapitating about this Peter Coffin light installation.