When The Broad, a contemporary art museum, opened up in Los Angeles in September 2015, there was much talk about the Infinity Mirrored Room exhibit by Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama. I saw a bunch of photos of the exhibit on the web and on Instagram, and the Infinity Mirrored Room easily became the reason I… More A photo log of reasons to visit The Broad
Want to blend in with the locals? JAYWALK. Don’t even hesitate: Just do it. If you don’t jaywalk, then… you look like a tourist. I walked 19 blocks with the family to the Rockefeller Center from our hotel and hung out for a bit. And then I went off to meet my friend Sean, who… More July 17: Locals are the Best Tour Guides
We woke up to a rainy morning in Washington Dulles, VA on Saturday, and it was like that for most of the morning. The route we took along the countryside was a nice change of scenery. There was so much green, and my aunt jokingly said all the trees together looked like salad. The roads… More July 14: Hershey’s Chocolate, Glass, and Niagara Falls
New York’s MoMA has six floors, each dedicated to specific types of exhibits. Here are some that I really liked: “Three Ball 50/50 Tank (Two Dr. J. Silver Series, One Wilson Supershot)” by Jeff Koons, 1985 (Click here for more detailed info on the exhibit) “R.S.V.P. I” by Senga Nengudi, 1977 Pantyhose and sand were… More July 9 (part two): Museum of Modern Art, NY
After spending a couple of days in Ohio, I headed out to NYC! For the city that supposedly “never sleeps,” some parts of New York are actually quite calm in the evening. Mini Itinerary 6 a.m. Fly out of Cleveland 7:17 a.m. Layover in Washington Dulles International Airport (which is located in the state of… More July 9: Day one in New York
Since the first piano we visited on Tuesday during our little hunt was right in front of UMOCA, we decided to visit the museum. Here are some photos of two of the exhibits: Adam Bateman’s tower of books. Ignasi Aballi’s inventory of the 7,000 active languages in the world today. I was happy to find… More UMOCA
When I told people I was heading to Utah for a bit this summer, some wondered what in the world I could possibly do in the state. I guess ‘What do you do in Utah?’ is a legitimate question given it’s not as hyped up as other places, like California or New York. But the… More What do you do in Utah?