1960s striped jacket: thrift store
1970s two tone dress: thrift store
Purse: thrift store
Leather loafers: thrift store
Recently, Grant and I went to LA and checked out the Barry McGee show at Prism Gallery in West Hollywood. As to be expected, it was really awesome. It's very easy to zone out while looking at some of his pieces, don't you think? He incorporated some elements of what I assume are references to tribal/ indigenous art in the form of the wooden carvings that were all over the gallery as well as some woven baskets. I'm not sure if you can tell, but these wooden carvings were rigged up to constantly be in motion "spray painting". An ironic bit of commentary on street art, race, and people's preconceived notions of the two. Anyway, If you're in LA you should check out this show, it runs until June 30th.
PS: Thanks to everyone for the nice well wishes on my last post, you all are too sweet :)