|vintage silk blouse // thrifted skirt // vintage loafers|
But it can't rain all the time, so here's some photos from a really awesome day I had at the press preview for the Cindy Sherman retrospective at SFMOMA. Museum press events are one of my favorite things EVAR—you get to view exhibitions before they open to the public, a chance to speak directly with the curators and artists, and the opportunity to meet other writers. And food. Which I'm always a fan of. I'm working on kind of a wacky piece about the show, which should be up on ArtSlant soon (here is the last review I did, of an abstract group show at Hedge Gallery, a fancy design gallery in the financial district).
I got this extremely blousy-blouse at a resale shop near my parents house in Whittier. It's kind of crazy, and my boyfriend says the sleeves look like medieval gauntlets, but I got a lot of nice compliments on outfit, so there. One lady lady actually tapped me on the shoulder to say she liked my blouse, then confessed "I thought maybe you were the artist in disguise."
|closeup of gauntlets|