On our anniversary, N and I went to the High Museum of Art, where there’s a great exhibit on 20th century art. (I also love the permanent contemporary art exhibit on the top floor—the photo above was taken in an amazing, fragmented mirrored shell that reflects back the viewer. It also acts as a microphone if you stand in just the right spot.)
Matisse’s Dance (I)
Warhol’s Campbell’s Soup Cans. I saw this at the MoMA a few years ago; I love it, and it was somehow thrilling to see it again, but in a different setting.
More art/mirrors. I’m guessing the idea here is that the viewer is the art, in which case this piece is, I’m afraid, a bit poor in this iteration.
Afterward, we went for overpriced drinks and then cheap sushi. Priorities, y’all. It was sort of a perfect day.