Whenever a new art show pops up on my feed, the first thing I do is message Misha. She’s the best when it comes to attending shows. Not only do we get to talk shit all night, but she’s not shy to just grab my camera and start clicking. Who cares how many pictures we take, just chose the best ones and you’re done. You guys will see them up here. We decided to meet in Soho since there was a group show in Soho Art house titled “October Moon” and what a nice fit, since the skies were looking amazing, and even though it was a little windy it was great for the walking that we did. We arrived at Soho house, which looks like a little hole in the wall, upon arrival. It looks as if it was an open basement concept. Steep stairs, but bright inside. Could’ve been scary, but with the lights and how packed it was, not a chance. And it was definitely packed. Misha and I walked in and the first thing we noticed, which was a little different , the works that were being displayed, were on a screen. Not your usal print nailed in the wall. What was a bit cooler, I thought, that just like the mini digital photo frames you have at home, the images would change. Which meant we had to roam the room more than once to catch all the pieces or to stand in front of one frame until you noticed a pieced being repeated again. We also got to meet Marcus Allen, who is extremely talented. He was actually one of my favorites that was showing his work and it wasn’t just because we realized we already followed each other on instagram, but because his graphics were so vibrant and urban. I have to say, this piece above was one of my favorites, not only was she on an old school canvas, not screen, which truly made you appreciate the details, like the brush strokes. She looks so majestic and beautiful. I dont think I got the name of this artist, but once I figure it out, kudos to you my friend. Apparently I can’t read script. There was a jazz band playing, which was super smooth for the vibe that was being put out. Fancy cheesew and fruits. I grabbed a tangerine and managed to put it in my pocket for later. Yes, I just did that! I noticed most of the work that wqs being disolayed was photography, so were definitely in Misha’s element.
And if you notice, most of the images I out up slightly show the artist’s name at the bottom, so don’t be shy and google your fingers off. Look at the details on this kicks, and look how cute this little old lady is!
Fresca, eating a banana in public!
She fell in love with the Brooklyn Bridge photograph below.
These creppy dolls had me bugging out, I loved it!
This headpiece/mask, wasn’t in the show, but I caught him sneaking under the stairs. This lady’s dress was too awesome, look at those ponytails! Old School wedding gown, imagine if we were all modest this way ๐Another Marcus Allen creation, I noticed he uses a lot of red!Mish caught me networking with a fellow future artist who plans on traveling to Argentina and indulge in his photography.
Directly across the street was this cute little shop, I couldn’t help but to snap a few pics. See you guys next time!