Posts Tagged ‘SAIC’
I’m going to experiment with a new, more regular (hopefully) feature to summarize the exhibitions I come across. (I still plan on a series of posts about private collectors who build museums for their collections, because “that shit cray.”) Also meet my colleague and art world partner in crime: Bonnie O; she’s going to be blogging about her art adventures (of which she has many).
This Week’s Four Facts:
Light Years: Conceptual Art and Photography, 1964-1977
At the Art Institute of Chicago, through March 11
1 – Early Eleanor Antin work is in the show, and it’s great to see something other than her historical tableaus. Although a personal goal of mine is to be in one of those photo shoots. I look great in a toga, Eleanor! Read the rest of this entry »
J.Lo, Rodarte, and So Much More.
“It’s a new generation of party people.” Yes, yes it is J.Lo. I’ve been listening to this song non-stop for the past few days, ever since I discovered the video. Watch it. You may notice within the first twenty seconds a blatant product placement for Swarovski (see below still taken from the video). What’s could possibly be inside that box?—A huge-ass crystal earring, which J.Lo puts on, and that opens the flood gates to a crystal-filled club world. Huge crystal chandeliers and curtains of crystals everywhere!